Literally meaning "bath district", Abanotubani, or Tbilisi Old Town, is best known for its ancient sulphuric baths. This historical section of the city is an important part of Tbilisi and is the place where, according to legend, the falcon of the King of Iberia fell, leading to the founding of a new Georgian capital.
With an ideal location in the heart of the city, surrounded by the historical landmarks of Abanotubani, the Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel offers majestic views and upscale facilities, making for the perfect Tbilisi accommodation for both business and leisure visitors in the Georgian capital.
Historical sightseeing in Tbilisi
Numerous ancient sights can be found throughout Tbilisi, including the Mamadaviti and Suini Churches, Sameba Cathedral, the Mtatsminda Pantheon of Writers and Public Figures and the ancient Narikala Fortress, with its unbeatable views over Abanotubani Old Town and beyond.
The winding streets and old churches and buildings of Abanotubani offer the historical enthusiast a plethora of interesting sights, with the famous Sulphur Baths being a must-see attraction for visitors. Several small baths and massages are available at both the Sulphur Baths and the neighbouring Royal Baths. Outwith Abanotubani, sulphur baths can be found in other city districts, including Kiev-ulica.
Explore Abanotubani from the Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel, Tbilisi
With 249 spacious rooms and suites, the Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel offers guests five-star comfort coupled with modern convenience. Visitors can easily explore the sights of Abanotubani from this ideally situated hotel, as well as enjoy spectacular views, international restaurants and world-class spa services.