Bed and Breakfasts in Kutaisi

8 Bed and Breakfasts in Kutaisi, Georgia
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Bao Hostel
Hostel- 0.55km from city centre
Bao Hostel offers you private and shared rooms with competitive prices.
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Dingo Backpackers Hostel
Hostel- 0.68km from city centre
Dingo Backpackers Hostel is located in the heart of the city.
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Black Tomato
Hostel- 0.56km from city centre
Black Tomato is a hostel with a wonderful wine bar in the heart of the old district of Kutasi.
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The Friends Hostel
Hostel- 1.03km from city centre
The Friends Hostel offers shared and private accommodation in Kutaisi.
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Art Hous Hostel Aleksandr
Hostel- 2.88km from city centre
Discover peace in Nikea, Kutaisi's heart. 9-min public transport to old town, 3-min to a delightful cafe, and 7-min walk to a 24/7 supermarket.
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Coworking & Coliving New Level
Hostel- 7.89km from city centre
Nestled in the beautiful countryside of Georgia, our eco-friendly coliving space offers clean air, and the soothing sounds and colors of nature.
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Hotel 1870
Hotel- 1.12km from city centre
Well set in Kutaisi, Hotel 1870 offers private rooms with great rates!
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Globus Hotel
Hotel- 0.48km from city centre
Kutaisi Hotel Globus is situated close to city center!
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About Kutaisi

As one of the oldest settlements in Europe, Kutaisi in Georgia is full of old-world charm. Its honey-hued buildings sit closely together along the Rioni River and ancient landmarks such as the Bagrati Cathedral rise over its roofs. Through its streets, you’ll find colourful spice-filled bazaars, vintage-themed cafés and UNESCO-listed monasteries. Kutaisi is also the jumping-point to the lush Imereti region, where caves, mountain slopes and a canyon provide some impressive day hikes. 

You can find Kutaisi hostels all across town, whether close to the river or in the city’s historic district. Many are housed in Kutaisi’s old buildings, which feature wooden floors, tall ceilings and stucco sculpturing. Some have balconies with views over the city, while others have gardens with barbecue areas. Look out for a Kutaisi hostel that organises events like walking tours, pub crawls and day trips if you’re after a social vibe. You can also find hostels with in-house bars, as well as home-cooked breakfasts with ingredients provided by local farmers.

Kutaisi is built around the Rioni River with the city centre on the left banks, and the old city on its right banks. The Rustaveli Bridge sits in between the two sides and takes you along Rustaveli Avenue where you’ll find beautifully decorated cafés, as well as the main information centre. On the outskirts of town, Tskaltubo is known for its abandoned sanatoriums (spas), which are well worth a visit if you’re into architecture. A 30-minute drive outside Kutaisi’s centre will take you deeper into the Imereti region, home to some of the country’s most dramatic scenery. 

While in town, check out some of its impressive monuments, like the Colchis Fountain in Tsentraluri Moedani Square and the Kutaisi State Historical Museum. Slightly out of town is the Gelati Monastery, a Georgian medieval masterpiece with World Heritage Site status. The Green Bazaar is the city’s vibrant marketplace, where you can pick up spices, fruit and Georgian delicacies like churchkhela, a nutty sweet. Within an hour’s drive, you'll find Okatse Canyon, which has a thrilling walkway hanging off the cliff's edge, and the stalagmite-filled Prometheus Cave. 

Kutaisi’s nearest international airport is 24km away in Kopitnari. To get into town from here, you’ll need to hop on a marshrutka (minibus). You can also get a marshrutka from Tbilisi (a 4-hour journey). Travelling by train? The station is 1km south of the city centre and runs from various cities. Use the city bus to get around town – it follows a circular route linking the station with the centre. 


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