Located in the centre of the city, in an uncanny historic building, the Hotel Gutsa offers a gratifying atmosphere and awe-inspiring views on Kostava Street.
The hotel is placed on the second floor of a three story house. It can be accessed from Kostava street through the entrance hall. Hotel Gutsa offers 4 rooms and 2 apartments. All the hotel rooms have views on Kostava Street, and only one of them overlooks the inner courtyard.
The two apartments that are run by the Hotel have separate entrances from the main hall. Both apartments feature a bedroom, a living room with an open plan kitchen and a bathroom.
The original wooden doors and window shutters, antique furniture and modern paintings create a charming atmosphere in the interior of the hotel. The coffee and tea area is arranged to warm and comfort the guests.
The building which places the hotel is a registered cultural heritage monument. It was designed in 1910 by Aleksandr Ozerov, the architect of many outstanding edifices in Tbilisi.
The building’s eccentric facade bears the traits of romanticism architecture, which expressed itself through imitations of older architectural styles. The asymmetric façade features a mezzanine, an attic, a bay window, a dome, a tower and a wooden balcony which contributes to a somewhat fairytale outlook.
In the 1980s, in this section of Kostava Street, where the building is located, the first floors of the houses were freed and a covered gallery-passage was arranged, in which a sidewalk was inserted, as a result of which the rather narrow road was widened.
It is within walking distance from here that city landmarks, such as Tbilisi Concert Hall, The Opera House and The National Museum can be reached.