Not only has the apartment recently been remodeled, but the entire neighborhood has as well. A charming old street has been turned into a walking plaza, and shops and restaurants are a joy. My place is close to restaurants and dining, nightlife, family-friendly activities, and public transport. You’ll love my place because of the location, the ambiance, the neighborhood, and the people. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers.
Space -- The apartment is a large one bedroom suite with a large separate living room with a comfortable couch and TV, a separate fully stocked kitchen, and a large updated bathroom. The entire apartment has just been renovated and is stylish and comfortable.
Guest access -- The entire apartment will be yours. To enter you will pass through the buildings entry to the common court area in the center. As you enter the courtyard there will be covered steps to the left. Go down the steps and the doorway is on the left with a security keypad for your convenience and protection.
Guest interaction -- If you need anything either my assistant or myself will be available during the day.
Neighborhood overview -- The neighborhood is one of the oldest in Tbilisi with majestic buildings built in the 'German Style' during the 1800s. This means the buildings are well constructed of brick with stout walls often filled with stones; in my building the walls are more than a meter thick. Near the building there is a lovely park that offers a very nice restaurant with wifi and delicious food.
Getting around -- Getting around Tbilisi is easy with public transportation and walking. The little yellow buses get you where you need to go, or taxis are cheap and available. If you enjoy walking David Aghmashenebeli Avenue has just been converted to lovely walking arcade with stylish restaurants and stores popping up. On the South end of the walking arcade is Saarbrucken Square (named after Tbilisi's sister city in Germany) with a number of nice restaurants, shops, and a bus stop with some helpful buses. Take the bridge across the river and you will find the Dry Bridge Art Market. On the North end of the walking arcade, David Aghmashenebeli Avenue continues to Marjanishvili Square with more upscale restaurants and shops. There is also the Marjanishvili Metro Stop to get you where you need to go. I would advise against driving. Traffic can be congested, parking difficult.