KMM Hotel, Tbilisi
No frills, basic accommodation, but often in the most exciting of places
Our rating: Superior | Property style: Hotel
Boasting panoramic views of Tbilisi cityscape, KMM Hotel has a wonderful location within the Old Town district. Since its opening in 2006, the hotel has gone through developments to improve its services, with a spa and restaurant expected to open late 2019. The fifty guest rooms, spread across two buildings, feature a classic charm with plenty of natural light and modern amenities. In the mornings, enjoy a breakfast buffet in the dining room or in the hidden courtyard. After a long day of sightseeing, a drink on the rooftop terrace is the perfect accompaniment to the setting sun.
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Stamba Hotel, Tbilisi
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