About Us

About Our Hotel

Mukhrantubani Hotel opened for guests and all comers in September 2021.
The concept of the project combines two architectural styles:

  • modern European “Swedish Lagom”, revealing the philosophy of moderation and balanced comfort
  • and classic Georgian style, formed under the influence of East and West, but retained the original elements of ancient architecture, creating the unique image of Tbilisi.


In this manner you can immerse yourself in the atmosphere of millennial history of the old city, with its inherent elements, and enjoy all the components of high modern service of our cozy and technologically advanced rooms.


The hotel is located in the city center, not far from the Freedom Square , between two streets named after the ancient Georgian holy poets – Shavteli and Chakhrukhadze.

Also, it reflects the eponymous name and the amazing history of this old district.


Mukhrantubani district is one of the 4 ancient districts of Tbilisi, perhaps with the most interesting history, after the ancient Narikala fortress, which is located in the neighbourhood.


In ancient times it was the most well-appointed and comfortable quarter of old Tbilisi, surrounded by the city wall, with several city gates, one of which is located in the immediate vicinity of the hotel entrance. It was also called the “Tsarist District” because of the large number of members of the royal family living there.

Therefore, the slogan of our hotel is “Feel the pulse of our city’s history.”

Free Cancellation

The guest can cancel free of charge until 1 day before arrival. If the guest doesn’t show up they will be charged the total price of the reservation. No prepayment is needed.

Payment Options

Credit Card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Maestro, Diners Club), Payment In Cash

Best Locations

The hotel is located in the city center, not far from Freedom Square

Things to do near

Location: 11 Ioane Shavteli St


The Orthodox Church, the oldest surviving structure in Tbilisi, was built in the VI century. The church was named after the icon of the Savior that belonged to Queen Tamara, which was brought from the Anchi Cathedral, translating "Anchi Icon".
Location: 22 Daniel Chonqadze St


The Tbilisi funicular is one of the largest and most beautiful structures of this kind in the world. It was designed by the Belgian engineer Alphonse Roby and built in Tbilisi in 1905. One of the most popular tourist spots in the city, it rises to Mtatsminda Mountain, which offers the best panoramic view of Tbilisi.
Location: Mtatsminda, Old Tbilisi

Narikala Fortress

the most famous and ancient monument of Tbilisi antiquity, the symbol of foundation of the city, is located on the spur of Mtatsminda Mountain, and is visible from almost any part of the old city. Its impregnable walls are the excellent example of the city's self-defense, and its ancient name, Shuris-Tsikhe, translates as Invidious Fort.
Location: 13 Ioane Shavteli St

Gabriadze Theater

The Rezo Gabriadze Puppet Theater is one of the most special and magical places in the city, with unique and interesting architecture. The face of theater is the clock tower, which was created by Rezo Gabriadze himself. Once an hour the angel comes out of its door and knocks the bell with a hammer, and at 12:00 and 19:00, the full miniature puppet show "The Cycle of Life" is played on the tower, which gathers both tourists and locals to watch.
Location: 25 Shota Rustaveli Ave

Tbilisi National Opera and Ballet Theater

The center of cultural life in Tbilisi and one of the oldest theaters in Eastern Europe, with a history of 167 years. The architectural masterpiece in Moorish style by Italian Giovanni Scudieri was noted on the opening day of 1851 by Alexander Dumas, traveling in Georgia: "I can say without hesitation that I have never seen a bigger and more attractive hall than the Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theatre" - this is how he described the event in his book "The Caucasus".
Location: 3 Vekua Street

Orbeliani Bazaar

Trade and exhibition space in the place of historical agricultural market of Tbilisi. Orbeliani Bazaar is a collaboration of agrarian market and food hall. The first floor of the complex houses agrarian market with agricultural goods from all over Georgia, the second floor has 35 food outlets, workshops of Georgian cuisine, a culinary school and a wine tasting room, while the third floor has open terrace with a beautiful view of the city. Orbeliani Bazaar, like the world-famous Eataly, Mercado, Time Out Market, and Chelsea Market, is the cultural and culinary face of the city.