Stamba Hotel

The Stamba Hotel is not just a top choice in Tbilisi, but also “one of the best urban hotels in the northern hemisphere” as touted by Condé Nast Traveler. Set in a former Soviet printing house, the Stamba Hotel proudly embraces its 20th-century industrial foundation, with its raw concrete pillars and exposed brick walls, while also introducing quirky design elements such as lush plants, repurposed furniture, floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and oversized warehouse windows. This playful contrast softens the Brutalist look to create a design-forward trendy hotel that is uniquely Tbilisi. These details carry well into the spacious sun-drenched guest rooms, each featuring stylish touches such as plush leather-framed super King-sized beds, old-school vinyl record players, mini espresso machines, free-standing brass bathtubs, colorful mosaic tiling, wood paneling, creamy carpets, mod geometric furnishings, and a natural muted palette that brings it all together in a cozy fashion. Within the soaring hotel lobby is a library, bar, and lounge space, the signature Café Stamba, and the Stamba Chocolaterie which offers artisan chocolate and coffee. Also available for dining is Shio Ramen which serves a menu of selected Asian dishes, while the Pink Bar is a chic drinking den. Tuck on the rooftop is a glass-bottom pool, while the basement is reserved for a casino. Beyond the main building, the Stamba boasts a series of outdoor spaces including a courtyard garden and an amphitheatre, as well as Space Farms which grows organic produce, a concept retail store, and Photo Museum. The Stamba Hotel is a 25-minute drive away from Tbilisi International Airport.

Why We Love This Hotel

Design: The Stamba’s style and character is undeniable, with its Brutalist splendor on full display. Warehouse windows, exposed brick, raw concrete pillars make up the building’s bones while thoughtful green touches, a balance of modern and vintage furnishings, and an eclectic mix of textiles collaborate to create a beautiful and comfortable space to stay.

Sustainability: The property is home to the first urban vertical farming project in the region, called Space Farms. The project is able to conserve energy, water, and space while growing organic baby greens, strawberries, and miniature vegetables that are handpicked for its restaurants

Location: The Stamba is at the end of Tbilisi’s main thoroughfare, located in the up-and-coming Vera neighborhood which is studded with the trendiest in boutiques, wine bars, and nouveau-Goergian restaurants. The Stamba itself offers open working space for individuals and businesses working in the Tbilisi’s creative industries, establishing itself as a hub for local visionaries.

Destination
Tbilisi, Georgia
Hotel Type
Boutique
Location Type
City

Amenities

  • 24hr Room Service
  • Bar/pub
  • Boutiques
  • Coffee Shop
  • Concierge
  • Garden
  • Library
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Safety Deposit Boxes
  • Wi-Fi In Public Areas
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With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.

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