Abanotubani hotels

FOLK Boutique Hotel Old Town Tbilisi
99.00
FOLK Boutique Hotel Old Town Tbilisi Mini hotel
56, Grishashvili street, 0105, 0105 Tbilisi City, Georgia
Tiflis Palace
125.00
Tiflis Palace Hotel
V. Gorgasali Street 3, 0105 Tbilisi City, Georgia
Artists Residence in Tbilisi
64.00
Artists Residence in Tbilisi Hotel
Teleti Street 4, 0105 Tbilisi City, Georgia
Hotel Winoterra
76.00
Hotel Winoterra Hotel
2, Teleti Street, 0105 Tbilisi City, Georgia
Wine Hills
49.00
Wine Hills Mini hotel
4 Teleti Street 1, 0105 Tbilisi City, Georgia
Grape House
22.00
Grape House Mini hotel
I.Grishashvili Street 30a, 0105 Tbilisi City, Georgia
Tiflis Hills
41.00
Tiflis Hills Mini hotel
37 Ioseb Grishashvili Street, 0105 Tbilisi City, Georgia
Old Tiflis Boutique Hotel
93.00
Old Tiflis Boutique Hotel Hotel
3/9 Grishashvili Street, 0105 Tbilisi City, Georgia
Mercure Tbilisi Old Town
124.00
Mercure Tbilisi Old Town Hotel
Vakhtang Gorgasali Street 9, 0105 Tbilisi City, Georgia
Epic Meidan Hotel
46.00
Epic Meidan Hotel Mini hotel
7 Mirza Fatali Akhudovi Turn, T'bilisi, 0105 Tbilisi City, Georgia
Tabori Terrace
38.00
Tabori Terrace Mini hotel
Ioseb Grishashvili 25, 0105 Tbilisi City, Georgia
Caravan Hotel
48.00
Caravan Hotel Mini hotel
4 Teleti Street, 0105 Tbilisi City, Georgia
Piano Borracho Boutique Hotel Old Tbilisi
80.00
Piano Borracho Boutique Hotel Old Tbilisi Mini hotel
53 Grishashvili Street, 0105 Tbilisi City, Georgia
Omart Hotel - Gallery
48.00
Omart Hotel - Gallery Hotel
4 Teleti Street building, 0105 Tbilisi City, Georgia
Metekhi Line
40.00
Metekhi Line Mini hotel
29 Grishashvili Street, 0105 Tbilisi City, Georgia
Hotel Janashia
87.00
Hotel Janashia Mini hotel
I.Grishashvili 46, 0105 Tbilisi City, Georgia
Sole Palace
321.00
Sole Palace Mini hotel
39 Ioseb Grishashvili Street, 0105 Tbilisi City, Georgia

Abanotubani is where the story of Tbilisi begins. The name literally means bath neighborhood, so that's exactly what it is.

Archaeological discoveries revealed, that the territory of Tbilisi was inhabited as early as 4th millennium BC. However, the legend tells a story of founding Tbilisi in 4th century, by king Vakhtang I Gorgasali of iberia.

One pleasant morning, the king went hunting in region of Mtskheta; the capital of Georgia at a time. The king's falcon chased a pheasant and eventually caught it, but both birds fell into a hot spring and died. King Vakhtang was thrilled with the discovery, so he decided to build a city on this location. The hot springs played a role in naming the city as well. Tbili means warm in Georgian, so the city was named Tbilisi. There are warm sun and warm hearted people in Tbilisi as well, though.

Besides its world famous and well phrased sulfur baths, Abanotubani is a crossroad of cultures. Tbilisi has been a flagman of tolerance and coexistence in a region for centuries. In Abanotubani you can see a mosque, church and synagogue all within walking distance from each other.

When visiting Tbilisi, Abanotubani is an absolute must see. It has it all: flowing Mtkvari river, Botanical garden, Narikala fortress, mountain or flat riverside. With its sulfur baths and colorful balconies, that are hung from the cliffs Abanotubani is the most picturesque neighborhoods of Tbilisi.