Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel Tbilisi
Rose Revolution Square 1
Phone: +995 32 2 402 200
Fax: +995 32 2 402 201
This 5-star hotel is located in the heart of Tbilisi, a few minute-walk to the old town. It features a rooftop pool, a shopping area and an art gallery. Guests can step outside to find dining, shopping and nightlife on Rustaveli Avenue.
How to get there
The easiest way to get from the airport to the hotel is by taxi.
Tbilisi International airport is located 18 km east of the city centre. Please see here the itinerary from the airport to the hotel.
The airport facilities include a car park, taxi services, eateries, duty free stores, ATMs, lounge services, souvenir shops, medical services, pharmacy, banking and currency exchange. Security procedures are adequate. Immigration and customs procedures are normally straightforward, but there can be a long wait for baggage reclaim. Valuables should always be kept in hand luggage.
It is recommended to arrange an airport pick-up prior to arrival.
Bookings can be made with the Radission Blu as follows:
Mercedes S Class - 1 Way - 40 USD + VAT 18%
Mini Van (5 persons) - 1 Way - 100 USD + VAT 18%
T: +995 322 40 22 00, D: +995 577 24 55 55
Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel, Rose Revolution Square 1, 0108 Tbilisi, Georgia
Or, more economically advantageous, with: http://www.euro-taxi.info/en/prices/
Alternatively, you can use the taxis at Tbilisi International Airport that are available outside the arrival terminal. They provide 24-hour service. The journey time to the city center takes 20-30 minutes depending on traffic. Taxi fee depends on taxi meter indication (from 30 to 50 GEL). The usual taxi rate is 30 - 35 GEL, which is approximately 10 - 11 €. Prices are negotiated in advance.
You can exchange money at the airport in case you want to pay taxi by cash.
Do not use unofficial taxis. Reputable hotels often have their own taxis, which are reliable.
Ride share apps are available and considered safe (Taxify app is commonly used; there is no Uber in Georgia.) These services are permitted to pick up from the airport terminal.
When taking a taxi in town, be aware that English is rarely spoken. It is advisable to keep the name of your destination written in Georgian or Russian on a piece of paper. Taxis usually try to overcharge foreigners, so the fare should be agreed in advance. Carry low denomination laris as taxi drivers often do not have change.
Although the centre of town can be navigated on foot, visitors should avoid walking alone after dark. You should not use bus, trolleybus, metro services particularly during rush hour and at night, as they suffer from higher crime rates.