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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Diplomat Tbilisi
Hotel Diplomat had decent sized rooms, good breakfast offerings, and helpful staff. I had tried to find a hotel closer to Liberty Square. I thought from the description that Hotel Diplomat was not that far away, but I found when I walked that is was quite some distance and I briefly lost my way the first time I walked back up the hill to the hotel.
When I mentioned that I needed to find transport back to Yerevan, they readily offered to help arrange it and I was quite happy with the outcome.
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