Towering over the centre of Tbilisi, Mount Mtatsminda offers majestic panoramic views of the Georgian capital and is a prime location for visitors to Tbilisi who need to get their bearings and take in the sights. Known as the Holy Mountain or David Mountain, Mtatsminda is famous for being home to Narikala, Tbilisi's most ancient fortress, as well as its Pantheon of famous Georgians.
Ideally situated near all the city has to offer, the Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel is the perfect base for visitors looking to explore the sights of Mtatsminda, Narikala Fortress and beyond. Located just a five minute walk from the Metro Rustaveli station, visitors to this central hotel in Tbilisi can enjoy comfort and convenience during their stay in the capital.
Learn more about Mtatsminda, Tbilisi
Mtatsminda was named in honour of Saint David Garedzhi, who lived as a recluse in a cave on the steep slopes of the mountain. St David Church occupies the top of the mountain plateau, home to the well-known necropolis, the Mtatsminda Pantheon of Writers and Public Figures.
Some of Georgia's most famous and prominent scholars, artists, writers and heroes are buried in the churchyard, including Russian writer Alexander Griboyedov and his Georgian wife, Nino Chavchavadze. The Pantheon, established in 1929, attracts many local and international visitors to the top of Mtatsminda.
Explore Mtatsminda from the Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel
There is no better place from which to explore the sights of Mount Mtatsminda and beyond than the five-star Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel Tbilisi. Boasting an enviable location, magnificent views and upscale amenities, guests of the Radisson Blu hotel can make the most out of every moment of their stay in Tbilisi.