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Number of Hotels in Georgia -Statistics

According to declared indicators, a total of 1496 economic entities provided hotel services in 2017, which owned 1595 hotels and hotel-style facilities. According to Geostat, national statistics service of Georgia, a total of 66 900 hotel beds were registered in Georgia in 30 700 suites, including luxury apartments (9.9%), one-bed suite – …

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Eighteen New Hotels Open Since January

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A total of 18 new hotels were unveiled in Georgia since January 2018. According to National Tourism Administration, a total of 1624 new beds and 812 new suites were added to the tourism sector of Georgia. Seven hotels of 17 ones are branded ones. The most part of suites (505) …

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Most Active Hotel in Georgian Media – Radisson Blu Leads the List

IPM Research continues statistic analysis of media activity of active industries and presents hotels that are mostly popular in Georgia media. If there were only 89 active hotels in media in 2017, this number increased to 108 in the same period of 2018 year. Although while comparing 2 years data we found …

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Eighteen New Hotels Open in Georgia From January

Since January 2018 eighteen new hotels launched operation in Georgia, including 7 branded hotels. According to National Tourism Administration, as a result, the country has acquired 1624 beds and 812 suites in addition. The major one Stamba hotel comprises 205 suites and 400 beds, Ramada Encore Tbilisi comprises 152 suites …

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Hotel Prices Increased by 3.4% in April

According to PMCG In Georgia, the average cost of a room in a 3-star hotel was GEL 136 per night in April 2018. The most expensive 3-star hotels in April in Georgia were in Mtskheta-Mtianeti region (exceeding the average price by 20%). The average cost of a room in a …

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Georgia to Open 34 New Hotels in 2018-2019

Ten new hotels will open in Adjara in 2018-2019, including Courtyard by Marriott, Babylon Tower, Swissotel, Le Meridien, Interstate Hotels and Resorts, Pulmann Hotels & Resort, Wellness Resort & Spa on Mtsvane Kontskh, Ramada Resorts, Metro Sky Tower, Twin Tower. As a result, 2039 new hotel suites will be introduced …

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More than 30 New Hotels Are Due to Open in Georgia

According to the 2018 January indicators, Enterprise Georgia has approved 38 projects as part of hotel industry development program. Total investment value of the projects exceeds 113 million GEL. The hotels will offer 1174 new suites in addition and create more than 1200 new job places.  Giorgi Chogovadze, head of …

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How Much Does New Year Cost in Georgia?

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Georgia-based premium-class hotels have already introduce New Year packages to consumers. New Year nights, traditionally, differ from ordinary days. Prices and services are diverse and tariffs start from 250-260 USD on average. The Caucasus Business Week (CBW) has explored how much visitors have to spend at premium-class restaurants at the …

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Why Hotel Suites are Expensive in Georgia

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Georgia, as the best tourism destination country, is able to offer many opportunities to visitors, including picturesque nature, diverse landscape, Caucasus ranges, Black Sea subtropical zone, rivers and waterfalls, underground cities, resorts and mineral waters, historical monuments, cities and settlements, traditional Georgia hospitality and distinguished Georgian cuisine – all these …

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New Hotels and Ropeways Underway in Gudauri

New Hotels and Ropeways Underway in Gudauri

Three new ropeways are being constructed in Gudauri. Minister of Economy Dimitri Kumsishvili has visited the working sites. The rope-way construction works are being carried out by Black Sea Group under the general design developed by Canadian company EcoSign. Rope-ways system of Doppelmayr, the world’s one of the leading companies …

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Marriott International Officially Merges With Starwood Hotels

Marriott International Officially Merges With Starwood Hotels

With more than a million rooms combined, Marriott and Starwood now make up the largest hotel company in the world. After months of rumors about a takeover of the struggling Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide hotel company, in the end, it was Marriott International that sealed the deal. Marriott announced …

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220 Hotels Shut Down as Occupancy Collapses in Tourist Areas

220 Hotels Shut Down as Occupancy Collapses in Tourist Areas

The number of closed hotels has increased nationwide during the current period, as the current tourism crisis continues. The number of closed facilities in all tourist areas registered 220 hotels so far, according to Ahmed Balbaa, chairperson of the tourism committee in the Egyptian Businessmen’s Association (EBA). Sharm El-Sheikh acquired …

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