A UNIQUE SKY SCRUB HOTEL OPENED IN THE CENTER OF TBILISI, THE CAPITAL OF GEORGIA. LUXURY HOTEL THE BILTMORE HOTEL TBILISI BECAME AN ELEGANT LINK OF CHAIN MILLENNIUM & COPTHORNE, ACTIVELY DEVELOPING A PREMIUM SEGMENT.
The Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi is the first representative of the brand in the post-Soviet space and the second - outside the United States. The construction was carried out by the Emirate investment company Dhabi Group, owned by His Highness Sheikh Nahayan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan; It has been conducted since 2012 and cost the investor US $ 140 million. The opening was accompanied by a 3D, laser show and colorful fireworks.
According to Sheikh Nakhayan, the hotel will occupy the VIP segment in the hospitality industry of the capital of Georgia, which until now has been empty. In particular, it will be used as a hotel to receive government delegations and members of royal families, and also serve as a venue for cultural forums and events - the hotel has a unique amphitheater hall specially designed for these purposes in Tbilisi.
As Ali Hamad Lahraim Al Zaabi, president and chief executive officer of the Millennium & Copthorne network in the Middle East and Africa, noted, “The Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi will provide an exceptional service for the region, which, together with the sights of the hospitable Georgian capital and its unique charm promises guests an unforgettable vacation. "
The Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi is a 34-storey building of original architecture located on the central avenue of Tbilisi - named after Shot Rustaveli, on the embankment of the Kura River. The hotel has 214 rooms of eight different categories, including a royal suite. In the near future, it is planned to open six restaurants, including a rooftop bar with panoramic views of the city, as well as a SPA complex with a winter garden and an indoor pool.
FROM THE HISTORY
The Biltmore hotel brand was born in Hollywood: the hotel in the Pershing Square district is known for participating in the films Chinatown, Ghostbusters, Famous Baker Brothers, Bugsy, Spider-Man.
In the 30s, it hosted the Oscars.