Lopota Lake Resort & Spa, Telavi

Lopota Lake Resort & Spa

Hotel Rating

The best of the best, the ultimate in luxury
Outstanding service and facilities, giving you the 5* experience
Excellent standards offering a higher-end experience
Good quality service and overall comfort
No frills, basic accommodation, but often in the most exciting of places

Our rating: Premium | Property style: Resort

A beautiful lakeside resort hidden within the Caucus mountains of the Kakheti region, Lopota Lake Resort & Spa is ideal for escaping the crowds when exploring Alaverdi Monastery and Tbilisi. Enjoy your paradise set on a private portion of the lake, which can be viewed from your room’s private balcony. The resort has something for visitors of any age with children and adult swimming pools, a Russian Banya, a spa, a jacuzzi, a mini golf course, tennis courts, volleyball courts and a wine cellar. The restaurant provides all day dining using local organic products and the Kakhetian Corner restaurant encompasses a traditional Georgian culinary live-cooking experience. Sip on Georgia’s famous wine on the wine tasting terrace as you soak up the breath taking and soothing natural surroundings of Lopota Lake.

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