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.