x The average starting price for a place to stay in Tbilisi is £10 per night.
Akhvlediani Khevi 13Excellent 94%
No.11, Alexander Chavchavadzi street from RustaveliExcellent 94%
Orbeliani st. 27/34 Purtseladze st. 32Excellent 93%
45 Betlemi StExcellent 92%
Al. Chavchavadze Str. 11Excellent 90%
ankate i spent a wonderful week in Tbilisi staying in this hostel. it's not the first time i stay in hostel that's why have some experience and can make some comparison. if you prefer all inclusive, european comfort - you should book some hotel, to the reminder i would advice to choose Waltzing Matilda. You can find here the lowest prices for the bed in a dorm, private rooms are available too. There're kitchen with everything necessary, bathroom, 2 toilet rooms, great attic and terrace with the fascinating view of quite a half of the city. The owners keep a fridge full of drinks - lemonade, beer (if you drink beer, you shouldn't miss the local one), also you can purchase different sorts of local wine on the reception. as for the location - it's perfect to get in touch with the most part of main places of tourist attraction. you can get all information you need from the receptionist, they also provide you with maps and useful advices. Everybody is extremely friendly and helpful! i really enjoyed the time i spent there.
die_mondin I stayed there twice for several days(almost a week) and felt very well! It is a calm nice place in a smal road. Not far from the freedomsquare- about 10 to 15 minutes walk. Vasha and Lia-the hosts- are very friendly and helpfull persons. Vasha speaks a little German and Lia speaks a little English. Me and my friends spend very nice times with them having breakfast which last almost the whole day and they offered us a lot of selfmade wine, chacha and even Khingali. :-)) The price is nice! I payed for a private room 25 Lari per night. Ulrike
9 Leonidze Street, Tbilisi, Georgia 2301 Westside DrAwesome 86%
Makhatis Shesakhvevi 22 AvlabariAwesome 86%
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