Flights to and from London Luton and Kutaisi, Georgia, will be suspended until April 20th, while flights between London Luton and Tirana, Albania, will be suspended until April 3rd.
Located in the heart of the renowned wine country, the Radisson Collection Hotel, Tsinandali Estate Georgia in Kakheti invites guests to explore the many vineyards and the region’s rich history from one exclusive vantage point. Here Maria Korelina calls in for the night to get a taste of the local flavours
As Batumi prepares to host the World Travel Awards Europe Gala Ceremony in 2021, Breaking Travel News chats with Tamar Kaikatsishvili, first deputy chairperson of the Ajara Department of Tourism & Resorts, to discover more about this one-of-a-kind coastal resort.
Found in the heart of Georgia’s capital city, Tbilisi, Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel is nestled between the beautiful Mtkvari River and nearby mountain ranges. Here Maria Korelina visits for Breaking Travel News
Sheraton Hotels & Resorts has unveiled the transformation of the Sheraton Grand Tbilisi Metechi Palace following a full-scale renovation. Carrying the Sheraton Grand designation, the property truly delivers on the heritage and sophisticated design that characterises these hotels.
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts has welcomed the debut of flagship upper-upscale hotel brand, Wyndham Grand, in Georgia with the opening of Wyndham Grand Tbilisi. This new opening adds to Wyndham Hotels & Resorts’ growing portfolio of hotels in Georgia and the CIS region.
Kempinski Hotels has signed a management agreement with m2 at Mtatsminda for a luxury hotel development in Tbilisi, Georgia. The property, consisting of at least 95 rooms and suites, is set to open in quarter three of 2020.
Tbilisi, capital of Georgia, has continued to grow on the international hospitality scene, with both Wyndham Hotels & Resorts and Radisson Hospitality signing new properties to open in the next two years.
Autograph Collection Hotels has announced its debut in Georgia with the opening of Paragraph Resort & Spa in the Black Sea coastal resort of Shekvetili.
With Georgia currently experiencing a surge in interest from the international hospitality community, the destination offers one lucky guest a surprise welcome.
Sitting on the south-eastern edge of Europe, at the cross-roads with Asia, Georgia has often been overlooked by international travellers. Now, following a concerted campaign by the national tourist board, that is beginning to change as the unique wine, fine food, and fantastic sights begin to receive their dues. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole finds out more.