This is a typical case of a hotel living by its name. Located just off the center on a very loud street, it used to be an old Soviet hotel that later became a refugee asylum. Hastily renovated with cheap furniture, rooms are poorly distributed, giving you a claustrophobic sense, most with a semi open bathroom. Simple breakfast, impolite security personnel and a timely restricted concierge service don’t help neither. Best features are two large pools: one outdoor and one indoor with a good spa. The terrace is also wonderful. But all in all it is definitely not worth the price, there are now much better options in Tbilisi, Georgia.