Set within 200 m of Freedom Square and 0.6 mi of Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theater, Boutique Fantaisie offers rooms with air conditioning and a private bathroom in Tbilisi City. The property is located 0.7 mi from Rustaveli Theater, 2.2 mi from Tbilisi Zoo and 0.7 mi from Saint George’s Armenian Cathedral. The property features free private parking and free WiFi.
All guest rooms in the guest house are fitted with a flat-screen TV and free toiletries.
A à la carte breakfast is available every morning at Boutique Fantaisie.
Presidential Palace and Georgian National Academy of Sciences are 1 mi from the property. The nearest airport is Tbilisi International, 11 mi from Boutique Fantaisie, and the property offers a paid airport shuttle service.
The elegant and exceptional 19th century neighborhood In the place of today's Sololaki, the king's and queen's gardens had been planted since the late Middle Ages. The toponym Sololaki comes from the Arabic words "sulu lah", which means an irrigation canal. In the second quarter of the 19th century, the rapid growth of Tbilisi was followed by the urbanisation of the territory of Sololaki. The development of the district proceeded along the road from Kala to Kojori and towards the foot of Mtatsminda. Obviously, the construction was accompanied by the clearing of the old gardens. By 1850, the whole of Sololaki was lined with streets, and the development already exceeded the boundaries of the gardens. It became the most prestigious place of residence for wealthy merchants and industrialists. By the early 1880s, the entire area from Leonidze Street to Sololaki ridge was made up of residential houses. From the 1870s, a new construction boom commenced in Sololaki. Larger, mostly two- and three-story houses were built instead of the older, relatively small ones. The current architectural appearance of the district was mainly formed in 1870-1910. Over time, Georgian intellectuals, scientists, writers and artists choose Sololaki as their place of residence. The construction of public, educational and commercial buildings in Sololaki started only at the beginning of the 20th century. To this day, Sololaki is one of the most prestigious residential areas of Tbilisi, meantime it is home to many famous landmarks, restaurants and cafes. Its opulently embellished houses and cobblestone streets maintain an air of mystery and an artistic vibe.