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Our hotel has a self-check-in system.
We ask you to study the way to the hotel.
If necessary, you can always contact the hotel manager by phone
+995 595 6000 46
Dmitriy
Hotel address: Tbilisi, st. Georgy Avkhladiani, 6
Bike on Rose Revolution Square
The main landmark of our hotel is the Bicycle Memorial on the Rose Revolution Square in the center of Tbilisi. If you look at the bike itself, then we need to go to the left.
Bike on Rose Revolution Square
The main landmark of our hotel is the Bicycle Memorial on the Rose Revolution Square in the center of Tbilisi. If you look at the bike itself, then we need to go to the left.
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A metal sculpture of a bicycle was installed in 2011 on the Rose Revolution Square in the center of Tbilisi. A two-wheeled bicycle, eight meters long and four meters high, has two handlebars on one side and the other.
The author of the project is the famous French artist and architect Jean Dupa. "This monument is a reflection of the ideas of those people who support a healthy lifestyle and love to travel by bike."
Y-shaped intersection
To the left of the "bike" we will see a Y-shaped intersection. We need to follow the left road. This is Avkhladiani street. We walk along this street until the first turn to the left.
Y-shaped intersection
To the left of the "bike" we will see a Y-shaped intersection. We need to follow the left road. This is Avkhladiani street. We walk along this street until the first turn to the left.
Avkhladiani street
To the left of the "bike" we will see a Y-shaped intersection. We need to follow the left road. This is Avkhladiani street. We walk along this street until the first turn to the left.
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It arose in the second half of the 19th century. On the city map in 1887 it is designated as a new street, originally - Malaya Koraganovskaya, later renamed Anastasievskaya (1901-1918), in honor of Anastasia, the daughter of the Russian Emperor Nicholas II. Under this name, it is included in the list of streets compiled by the Tiflis Council in 1903.

In 1923 the street was renamed by the Soviet authorities in honor of the Russian revolutionary Sophia Perovskaya (1853-1881).

The modern name, since 1990, in honor of the Georgian Soviet scientist-linguist, academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Georgian SSR Georgy Akhvlediani (1887-1973).

First left turn
In this small alley, you will need to find a black door with a plaque dedicated to Shalva Nitsubidze. You're at the place. Our manager has sent you the code for the lock. The room key is in the room door. The key has a magnetic door lock. Welcome.
Hotel door
In this small alley, you will need to find a black door with a plaque dedicated to Shalva Nitsubidze. You're at the place. Our manager has sent you the code for the lock. The room key is in the room door. The key has a magnetic door lock. Welcome.
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