Planning to travel to Georgia soon? Great!
Looking for the best places where to stay at in Georgia, in different locations like Tbilisi, Kutaisi, Batumi and Kazbegi that would fit your budget? I’ve gathered the best option for you, for all of those locations and for every budget.
There are many reasons why you need to travel to Georgia, but after you’re here, you must already know that, so let’s get to the point.
Where to stay in Georgia – Tbilisi, Kutaisi, Batumi and Kazbegi
Where to stay at Tbilisi, Georgia
There are so many cool and fun things to do in Tbilisi. It’s an amazing city that has a lot to offer. I’ve stayed there for 5 nights in total in the first listed option below.
Budget option – Pinn Hostel & Hotel
Pinn Hostel & Hotel is my recommendation for a place where to stay at in Tbilisi on a budget. I’ve stayed in this place during my time in Tbilisi and I absolutely loved it.
The hostel is located very close to the heart of the city. It’s very well maintained and clean. The kitchen is equipped with everything and you can also have free coffee and tea.
If you want to know more about my stay in Pinn Hostel, you can check my review about it on this link.
Mid-range option – Betsy’s Hotel
Betsy’s Hotel is a lovely and well-located hotel. It’s close to the Freedom Square and Rustaveli Avenue. It’s a bit uphill but that guaranteed nice views over the city.
The hotel offers sauna and gym and the delicious Georgian breakfast is included in the price when booking your stay.
Luxury option – The Terrace Boutique Hotel
The Terrace Boutique Hotel is also located a bit uphill but that guaranteed nice views again. The Tbilisi Funicular is in 5 minutes walking distance and it takes you all the way up to the Mtatsminda Park.
The breakfast is included in the price when booking your stay.
Where to stay at in Kutaisi, Georgia
Kutaisi is a nice Georgian city, which is perfect for the start, or the end of your Georgian journey. In my case, it was both. I flew directly from London and then I flew out directly to Berlin. I’ve spent two nights in Kutaisi.
Budget option – Hostel Bude
The first night when I arrived there and in Georgia, in general, was around 4 am in the morning. Before that, I contact the hostel via their Facebook page and they were kind enough to wait and welcome me.
The hostel is located near the centre of the city, within a 5-10 minutes walking distance and the staff is very helpful.
Mid-range option – Aaetes Palace Hotel
Decorated in classic style, Aastes Palace Hotel has an excellent location in the centre of Kutaisi. This one is a very good deal because you get both breakfast and dinner included in your price when booking your stay. Nice, a?
Luxury option – Best Western Kutaisi
Very stylish, well-located and wait for it.. pet-friendly!! (If I ever visit Kutaisi with my dog, I know where I’m going to stay now)
It has many great reviews from fellow travellers and also includes breakfast in your stay.
Where to stay at in Batumi, Georgia
Batumi is actually very liveable and vibrant city. The Black Sea sunsets on the Batumi beach are wonderful! In the evenings it’s even more full of people.
I’ve spent only one night in Batumi and although I didn’t love it (that doesn’t mean that I didn’t like it, or that it’s bad), I think it wouldn’t be a bad idea to give it a little bit more time and spend there at least two night.
Budget option – Batumi Surf Hostel
Batumi Surf Hostel is very well located. It’s close to the beach, close to the ”marshrutka station” and basically to everything. Right next to the hostel there are many restaurants, which offers traditional Georgian cuisines.
The staff at the hostel is very friendly and helpful.
Mid-range option – Hotel Old Town
If you’re visiting Batumi on a holiday this might be the best choice for you.
The Hotel is only 2 minutes from the beach. It has an awesome terrace with amazing views of the Sea and the city. Also, the breakfast is included as well.
Luxury option – Boutique Hotel O. Galorge
10 minutes away from the beach, this hotel also offers a rooftop terrace with nice views.
My personal opinion is that the Old Town Hotel is better and it even cost less.
Where to stay at in Kazbegi, Georgia
Kazbegi is one of the most beautiful regions I’ve ever been to! Seriously, these big and impressive mountains surrounding you from everywhere… the feeling is amazing!
I’ve spent two nights in Kazbegi, but I would happily spend even a month there!
Budget option – Anano Guest House
My stay in Anano Guest House was wonderful! The house is located close to the main road and to where the marshrutkite are coming and leaving. From every window of the house, you get the opportunity to enjoy amazing views, like Mt, Kazbek itself. Oh, it was such a pleasure to admire it.
Note: The Anano Guest House doesn't offer dorm type of rooms. So, if you're a solo traveller, you would need to book a whole room for your self. When I booked it, I thought that I'll be in a dorm type of room, but then I found out that I booked a room for four just for myself and I ended paying for four instead of just for myself. However, it was still very inexpensive and I'm not sorry for this at all, but just have it mind.
Mid-range option – Verdana Guesthouse
Ok, every place here offers amazing views. However, the Veranda Guesthouse has a nice sunny terrace where you can sit and enjoy them with a cup of tea (or wine).
Luxury option – Rooms Hotel Kazbegi
This place is shut up and take my money! It’s stylish, it’s luxury and it offers breathtaking views to the surrounding mountains.
If you’re looking for a place where to relax and feel spoiled, this is the place in Kazbegi to do so like a king.
P.S. In Kazbegi, you can also camp if you’d like. Not in the village, of course, but in the Gergeti Trinity Church area and above.
So, there you have them, my top suggestions for places where to stay at in Georgia – Tbilisi, Kutaisi, Batumi and Kazbegi.
More posts about Georgia that you might be interested in:
- 25 Cool & Fun Things to do in Tbilisi
- Hiking to the Gergeti Glacier in Kazbegi, Georgia
- Paragliding in Gudauri – an epic experience with Fly Caucasus
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