Hilton Sets Sail in Georgia

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    Hilton Hotels & Resorts has opened its first hotel in the Black Sea Port of Batumi, Georgia following a management agreement with Tourinvest Ltd.The 247-room contemporary property, which includes 15 suites, offers guests breathtaking views over the Black Sea, mountains and the neighbouring Dolphinarium. The property boasts a unique range of dining options from Tandila Lobby Café Bar and all day dining restaurant, Pelion, to the stunning views from the Nephele Sky Bar which offers some of the best cocktails in the city. The hotel provides the perfect setting for any occasion – from business lunches or drinks with friends, to special celebratory dinners.

    Ideally located just 50 metres from the 6 May Park and Batumi Seaside Park Boulevard, the hotel is within walking distance to a number of bars, cafes and restaurants. The hotel is also a great base to explore nearby tourist attractions including the Art Museum of Batumi, Batumi Botanical Garden, Gonio Apsaros Fortress and National Park Mtirala. Hilton Batumi is also conveniently located close to key transport hubs including Batumi International Airport and a central train station, just 6.8 km and 8 km away respectively, making the hotel an ideal choice for both leisure and business travellers.

    Hilton Batumi is an impressive venue for corporate events or grand banquets with more than 864 square meters of flexible meeting and event space, including the Rustaveli Ballroom, the hotel can host functions for up to 750 people. For those guests travelling on business, the hotel also provides an exclusive Executive Lounge, along with a 24-hour business center offering a variety of amenities and services to help guests stay connected during their stay.

    For those looking to relax and unwind, the hotel is also home to the indulgent eforea spa. Complete with indoor pool, seven treatment rooms, lifestyle fitness centre and unique treatments, eforea spa offers guests personalized, transformative journeys to help invigorate, relax and revitalize and enable them to emerge brighter.

    Daniel Fountain / 30.05.2015

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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