Radisson RED opens in Tbilisi
The first Radisson RED hotel in Eastern Europe has arrived in Tbilisi, Georgia.
Situated in a 100-year-old former post office building on the iconic Davit Aghmashenebeli Avenue, Radisson RED Tbilisi blends culture, history, and contemporary design.
The hotel is also a culinary destination thanks to its modern and cozy Posta Restaurant & Bar which fuses Georgian, Asian, and international flavours, and serves as a social hub with a unique style and friendly service.
The new Radisson RED Tbilisi is housed in an historic post office building, which dates back to the 1920s and features an imposing façade with wrought iron balconies and modern, black, Crittal-style windows.
It is ideally located close to the many important cultural institutions in the city, making it the perfect base for exploring local culture.
Radisson RED Tbilisi offers guests an opportunity to experience the city’s rich history of art and gastronomy, within the hotel itself and in the surrounding area.
The four-storey hotel includes 111 rooms spanning from standard to junior suites, all featuring Radisson RED’s signature design.
In line with the Radisson RED brand’s focus on the local creative and cultural scene, guests can find a variety of paintings by local artists inspired by historic Tbilisi throughout the hotel, as well as traditional Georgian Shushabandi balconies and a courtyard inspired by the unique Tbilisi design.
Radisson RED Tbilisi also has three fully equipped meeting rooms for up to 70 people, perfect for events and private gatherings, as well as a courtyard that accommodates up to 500 guests.
Georgia is known for its traditional architecture, gastronomy, the arts, and its stunning location where the Caucasus Mountains meet the Black Sea beaches.
The country’s capital, Tbilisi, reflects the country’s long, complicated history.
Its diverse architecture encompasses Eastern Orthodox churches, ornate art nouveau buildings, Soviet Modernist structures, and a historic, cobblestoned old town.