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TravelPod Member ReviewsBetsy's Hotel Tbilisi
We chose Betsy's Hotel because of the very positive reviews regarding its service, furnishings and comfort - and also its fantastic views of Tbilisi city. We were not disappointed. The hotel is actually a conglomerate of buildings perched on a high ridge, with rooms cleverly positioned to maximise the outstanding views. The hotel featured unusual exotic furnishings with numerous lovely hand woven carpets strewn across its floors. Our room was tasteful and comfortable, with fine views from our tiny balcony. The outside restaurant overlooking the city was outstanding, with excellent food and very professional and friendly service. The hotel however was looking a little tired and in need of some rejuvenation. We noted that some reviews were critical of the location as it is some distance from the centre of Tbilisi. Although we had a little difficulty in negotiating the tiny traffic bound maze of lanes leading to down town Tbilisi, it was perfectly manageable for a person of average fitness. We would definitely recommend this hotel.
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The outside terraced restaurant at Betsy's Hotel overlooking the magnificent city of Tbilisi, was brimming full of international conference delegates. Most were smartly attired women, with a smattering of rather eccentrically dressed men. There was a lot of stylised and somewhat insincere …
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From what we witnessed, the city …
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