The House Hotels in Georgia
A historic building hosts guests with a boutique hospitality in the city’s most visited heritage spot.
The strategic partnership with Design Hotels ensures that the focus is on extraordinary brands with original hotels that will continue to revolutionize hospitality and ensure today’s travelers with a purpose have checked in the right place.
Meet the owner
Jamal Inaishvili is the largest collector of contemporary art in Georgia. He served as a president of SRCIC and was also a member of the ICC World Chamber Federation General Council. He is the man behind the three projects that will give a new edge to the hospitality space in the country where he is also a partner in the world’s second largest shipping company: MSC.
Tourism in Georgia
Georgia’s capital is positioned on the global map as Europe’s top design destination and the place where historic buildings’ architecture, fashion and gastronomy go hand in hand. In Tbilisi, hotels turn into cultural hubs, hosting events and workshops with internationally renowned artists, writers, architects, and designers making it a destination for arts and culture lovers as well.
Our three projects in Georgia
Modern Georgian art will be showcased in the House Hotel Kakheti in Georgia’s wine region known for mesmerizing valley yards and mountain reefs. Contemporary artists will be demonstrating their craft in the adjacent gallery part of the hotel and winery complex. In a similar vein, the art scene from all over the world will be the canvas of the first lifestyle destination in Tbilisi including The House Hotel and Residence, serviced offices and luxury food and beverage outlets.
We introduce our footprint expansion in Georgia with a mixed-use project in Vake, Tbilisi, featuring Ouspace coworking space, upscale F&B concepts, and 54 boutique room
Set within picturesque forests, springs and a private vineyard, The House Hotel Kakheti is set to open in 2021, in Kvareli – in the heart
The House Hotel Tbilisi is located in the heart of the old Tbilisi within 5 minutes walking distance of a Georgian orthodox, Armenian orthodox, Gregorian