From lush Alpine valleys, golden sandy beaches and snow-capped mountains, to ancient monasteries, magical cities and incredible cuisine, a hotel break in Georgia is a truly unique experience.
Situated at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, Georgia offers stunning landscapes, a rich history, and the legendary hospitality of its people. A hotel break in Georgia is a paradise for fans of the Great Outdoors, whether it’s hiking against a picturesque Alpine backdrop along the Chaukhi Pass, climbing the steep slopes of Mount Kazbegi, rafting along the Aragvi River or exploring the beautiful Tusheti region on horseback. Another major attraction is the unique Georgian cuisine, a delicious and distinctive array of meats, pastries, fresh vegetables, herbs, nuts and beans, as well as the excellent local wines – unsurprising for the country which claims to have invented viniculture. The many spectacular sights in Georgia include the stunning 12th century cave monastery at Vardzia, the wine-growing region of Kakheti with the lovely towns of Signagi and Mestia, and the remote, mountainous Swaneti region, which is famous for its many koshki, defensive stone towers built between the 9th and 12th centuries. On the Black Sea coast, the city of Batumi is known as the summer holiday capital of Georgia, and offers great beaches, a laid-back atmosphere and fantastic nightlife. Meanwhile the lovely capital, Tbilisi, has a vibrant arts scene, great dining and hip bars and cafés, as well as an atmospheric, UNESCO-protected Old Town with eclectic architecture that reflects the city’s rich history.