Sheraton Hotels & Resorts has unveiled the transformation of the iconic Sheraton Grand Tbilisi Metechi Palace following a full-scale renovation.
Set in the historical heart of Tbilisi, the Sheraton Grand Tbilisi Metechi Palace is a short drive from the old town and close to the ancient Narikala fortress overlooking the city, the Presidential Palace, Tbilisi Botanical Garden and other cultural attractions.
The hotel’s 220 rooms and suites are well-appointed, featuring a contemporary design and soft-pastel interiors highlighted by inspirational artwork by a Georgian photographer. There are panoramic views of Tbilisi’s iconic architectural monuments, the old town, the Mtkvari River, and the picturesque mountain range.
The Sheraton Grand Tbilisi Metechi Palace’s elevated F&B experiences celebrate the new Sheraton brand positioning: “Where the world comes together”. Guests can savour international and local cuisine in Feast, the all-day dining restaurant; bar Craft House; the unique Wine Library; and innovative Mediterranean fusion in the rooftop restaurant with striking views. The Lobby Lounge is the perfect place to connect with friends and colleagues, with light bites and signature cocktails available 24/7.
In terms of leisure facilities, the hotel offers a fitness centre with state-of-the-art cardio equipment, an indoor and outdoor pool, a p’auza Spa with luxury amenities, four treatment rooms, a variety of saunas and hammams, an ice pool, and relaxation areas, as well as a pampering spa menu.
Business travellers are also well catered for, with 2,600 square metres of versatile meetings and event space. There are pre-function areas, twelve meeting rooms, and a large hotel ballroom.
“Following a stunning transformation of this iconic property, we are very proud to welcome the Sheraton Grand Tbilisi Metechi Palace into this distinguished set of hotels,” says John Licence, Vice President Premium and Select Brands Europe at Marriott International. “The designation of the Sheraton Grand status celebrates a new era for the renovated hotel, maintaining its reputation as the most recognised gathering place in Tbilisi.”