Tbilisi, Georgia

Stamba Hotel

Repurposed industrial style

1930s glamour meets modern elegance

With nostalgic references to the roaring 1920s and glamorous 1930s, Stamba Hotel is set in a former Soviet structure in Tbilisi. The old printing house’s original features have been repurposed, with the publisher’s print-drying beam now supporting foliage in the five-story “jungle lobby” atrium. The design in the public areas and rooms highlights the industrial splendor of the Soviet era with modern touches giving it a contemporary edge. Large warehouse windows blur the boundaries between inside and out, while internal steel balconies line the hotel’s upper levels for great views onto the greenhouse-inspired atrium.

When it comes to dining, enjoy Georgian comfort food classics, Asian specialties and European favourites. Stamba Chocolaterie and Roastery serves a fantastic selection of coffee made from beans roasted on site. Treat yourself to handmade artisan chocolates made with cocoa beans imported from Venezuela, Madagascar, Peru, and Colombia.


62 uniquely elegant rooms

Menus featuring Georgian classics

Coffee beans roasted on site

Repurposed and reclaimed furnishings

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