The Hotel is located on one of the main avenues of Tbilisi – the Agmashenebeli avenue, which is a part of the Chugureti district, and situated on the left bank of the Mtkvari River. The modern name of the avenue was in honor of the King of Georgia David IV Agmashenebeli (the Builder). Aghmashenebeli Avenue is a unique architectural open-air museum and one of the most beautiful streets of the Georgian capital.
38 out of 45 buildings located on this avenue have the official status of a cultural heritage monument.
The district, located in the historical center of Tbilisi, was built up in the XIX - early XX century. The best architects of the time worked on the facades of the buildings, and each house has its own history.
In 2011, the Tbilisi City Hall carried out the restoration of the avenue in the framework of the remarkable project “New Tiflis”. As a result, the buildings have retained their historical appearance and continue to delight modern visitors.
Agmashenebeli Avenue is an extremely convenient location for both tourists and guests of the capital who are on business trips. Just a few minutes’ walk away are: the square and the metro station Marjanishvili, Saarbrücken square, Dry Bridge, Orbeliani square; in close proximity to the hotel City Avenue is the Kakhidze State Music Center, the former buildings of the Palace of Culture of the Railway workers and the Apollo Cinema. It takes only 10 minutes to drive from the Avenue to Freedom square and Rustaveli Avenue; there is a 15 minutes’ drive way from the hotel to the famous Sulfur Baths and the Narikala Fortress; Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport is in 20 minutes away from the Hotel.