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3-star apartment in Batumi
2 Twin Beds and 1 Double Sofa Bed
2 Twin Beds
1 Double Sofa Bed
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Rental basis: Entire house or apartment
Number of bedrooms: 2; Number of other rooms with beds: 1
Apartment is located in Batumi, Ketevan Tsamebuli street ?17a, 15min walk from the Batumi Boulevard and sea. With panorama view balcony on the entire city
This apartment is in the heart of Batumi. On the 5th floor of the 6-story newly built house. Fully renovated, air-conditioned. It had 2 bedroom with double bed, living room with double-sofa. Comfortably can accommodate 4 people.
The following appliances will be for your use: airconditioner, washing machine, iron and ironing board, Led Tv, hair dryer, fridge.
Batumi—the “Pearl of the Black Sea,” as it is often called—is located in the autonomous republic of Adjara. European architects undertook numerous projects in Batumi at the beginning of the 20th century, and today it remains a hub of architectural innovation.
General Information about Adjara
One of the most beautiful regions in Georgia, Adjara is situated in southwest Georgia on the Black Sea coastline. Turkey borders Adjara to the south.
Adjara’s visitors especially admire the region’s pristine and unaltered nature, and it is particularly intriguing for eco tourists.
atumi was an Ancient Greek colony, a Roman port and was fought over several times in battles between the Georgian Kings and invading Ottoman forces. In 1878 Batumi came under the rule of the Russian Empire and the city soon experienced rapid expansion. Today it is Georgia’s main port and seaside holiday destination.
Batumi is blossoming. It is Georgia’s summer playground and has seen much development over recent years, much of it with new building, but some with a sympathetic understanding of the city’s history. Batumi had a previous period of prosperity in the 19th century and a lot of recent renovations of the old town have been carried out with that in mind, using archive documents to preserve authenticity. The result is a charming series of low-level buildings with delicate railings and balconies, moulded facades and quiet cobblestone streets, where the air is filled with the aroma of fresh coffee, the fragrance of citrus plants, and of course the sea breeze.
Despite the developments the ongoing construction does have its critics, with some arguing that it is damaging the city’s character. Yet there is no arguing that Batumi has an energetic and growing tourist infrastructure that makes it an easy and enjoyable place to stay.
In this guide we also provide you with tourism information on the Ajara region, one of the most beautiful and diverse regions in Georgia.
If you’re into quirky tourist attractions then Batumi, Georgia is your place. This city is full of unique and bizarre things to see. Read on for a list of weird and wonderful things to do in Batumi.
Batumi was our first stop in Georgia and our first few days in the country constantly left us with a big question mark hanging over our heads. Being a lover of strange attractions (and an avid follower of Atlas Obscura) Batumi left me impressed and bemused in equal amounts. There are so many odd things to do in Batumi that try and slip past as ‘normal tourist attractions’ or everyday parts of the city.
If you require a visa to enter the country, your property may be able to help with the supporting documents needed to obtain one. To learn more, you can reach out to the property via the contact details included on your booking confirmation. The property may charge for this assistance, even if you end up cancelling your reservation. All arrangements are solely between the property and yourself.