The Tsinandali Estate is the first Radisson Collection hotel to open in Eastern Europe and Russia. The property will open its doors in October 2018 in the iconic wine region of Kakheti, Georgia.
The Tsinandali Estate, which will establish a new benchmark of quality in the country, will set out to shine a light on Tsinandali’s rich history and build the region’s profile as an emerging travel hotspot.
A truly unique property, the hotel is set amidst the Tsinandali Estate’s own remarkable vineyards, amongst the finest in a region renowned for its diverse selection of wines. The hotel grounds also neighbor an historic 18-hectare park, only a short distance from the Tsinandali Palace Museum of Prince Alexander Chavchavadze – a memorial to the founder of Georgian Romanticism and an important cultural attraction in its own right.
Elie Younes, Executive Vice President & Chief Development Officer of Radisson Hotel Group said: “The Tsinandali Estate, A Radisson Collection hotel is welcome addition to our expanding portfolio in Georgia; offering its guests a unique authentic experience and our owners the opportunity to develop an individualized property that benefits from a glocal network.”
John Losasso, Chief Executive Officer of Silkroad Hospitality Group said: “We are pleased to further strengthen our business relationship with Radisson Hotel Group by launching the first Radisson Collection in Georgia with this incredible property. The Tsinandali Estate is a destination in its own right and we can clearly see an alignment between the estate and the Radisson Collection brand. We are positive that our guests will naturally enjoy an exceptional experience, enjoying the delightful Georgian countryside and the rich heritage of the estate itself – not to mention the famous Georgian winemaking culture.”
The hotel will offer 141 stylish guest rooms and suites and a range of exceptional hotel facilities. These include an infinity rooftop pool, with stunning vistas of the Caucasus Mountains; an energizing hotel spa; an exciting variety of restaurants; an open-air amphitheater, for 1,200 guests; sophisticated meeting facilities; a helicopter landing spot and – of course – exclusive access to the Tsinandali Estate park.
The on-site Tsinandali Vineyards offer an authentic Georgian experience for our guests, with a unique vinotheque, wine-tasting bar and Prince Alexander Chavchavadze’s personal wine cellar collection. It will offer a truly inspiring experience for wine lovers and an insider journey into the heritage of Georgian wine production.
The Tsinandali Estate, A Radisson Collection Hotel will be located 104km from Tbilisi, the Georgian capital. It will feature stunning MICE facilities, designed in a Georgian architectural style by world-renowned industrial designer Ingo Maurer in collaboration with celebrated Georgian artist and sculptor Tamara Kvesitadze.