• Rcheuli Palace Double Room

    Rcheuli Palace Double Room

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    Room facilities:Air conditioning, bath room, breakfast, cable TV, flat-screen TV, free toiletries, hairdryer, make-up and shaving mirror, minibar, Pay-per-view Channels, Telephone, Towels, Wardrobe/Closet, WI-FI, Working table

  • Rcheuli Palace Single Room

    Rcheuli Palace Single Room

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    Room facilities:Air conditioning, bath room, breakfast, cable TV, flat-screen TV, free toiletries, hairdryer, make-up and shaving mirror, minibar, Pay-per-view Channels, slippers, Telephone, Towels, Wardrobe/Closet, WI-FI, Working table


Hotel Rcheuli Palace

Hotel Rcheuli Palace 2* is located in a very centre of Kutaisi. 2* Hotel Rcheuli Palace is located 10km far of Sataplia Nature Reserve and 15km far from Gelati Monastery. It is possible to arrange a day trip to Prometheus Cave, which is 25km far from Hotel Rcheuli Palace.

Rooms are comfortable with air conditioning, TV with flat screen, bathrooms with bath amenities, free WI-FI.

Restaurant of Rcheuli Palace is decorated in warm colors serves buffet service in the morning.

24hr front desk service and luggage office, currency exchanges are also available. Hotel 2* Rcheuli Palace staff is friendly, will help you any time and speak you language.

We provide the best prices when booking a hotel online. The best hotels  and apartments are available. You just need to click the “Book Now” button. The hotel is within walking distance from the city’s main attractions. Churches, temples, museums, restaurants – all that is needed for a good holiday in a new country.

Hotel surroundings:

  • Bagrati Cathedral 3,3 km
  • Motsameta Monastery 7,8 km
  • Gelati Monastery 10,7 km
  • Prometheus cave 20,4 km
  • Martvili Canyons 49,7 km
  • Kutaisi International Airport 20,4 km
  • Batumi International Airport 146 km

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Accepted Credit Cards

  • American Express
  • Visa
  • Master Card


  • No pets allowed


  • 24-hour front desk
  • Air conditioning
  • bar
  • Business facilities
  • City view
  • Concierge service
  • Family rooms
  • Heating
  • Honeymoon Suite
  • Interconnected room(s) available
  • Ironing Facilities
  • Laundry
  • luggage storage
  • meeting room
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • parking
  • room cleaning
  • security
  • Wake-up service

Children and Extra Beds

  • Children under 3 years stay free of charge on existing beds
  • Extra beds are available on request and at an additional cost


  • Wireless internet in the entire hotel


  • Private parking next to the hotel

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KutaisiKutaisi Kutaisi – is the city of May and roses is located on both banks of the Rioni River. Since ancient times the city was considered to be the capital of the ancient state of Colchis. Its name Kutaisi is obliged to the Georgian word “qva” – stone. Temples, monasteries and other cultural places of

Sport and Entertainment

Sport and EntertainmentIn 1946, the football club Torpedo was founded in Kutaisi. For many years the club played in the higher league of the USSR championship. There are a lot of football fields, where local children play football and arrange competitions in good weather. In Kutaisi there is a school for rafting on the Rioni River. The Rioni River is one of the largest rivers in Transcaucasia, which originates from a glacier on the slopes of the Greater Caucasus. It rushes through the territory of Racha and Lechkhumi, attracting extremists to Georgia, guaranteeing an active way of life, a powerful adrenaline rush, a test for wit, resourcefulness, and boldness. In Kutaisi, sports such as basketball, volleyball, judo, wrestling, rugby and much more are also developed.

Night Life

Night LifeIn the summer months, Kutaisi transforms and revives. Clubs and discos open, when the heat drops, local residents go out for an evening walk with their families, local cafes and bars start functioning.

Culture and History

Culture and HistoryKutaisi was formerly the ancient capital of the Colchis and Imereti kingdoms. Today is the second largest city in Georgia. Kutaisi is located in the valley of the Rioni River, on the Colchis lowland. The Rioni River is mentioned in the myths of the Golden Fleece. And this is not accidental: it was in Rioni where local residents extracted gold. Right into the riverbed they laid sheep's skins, stood for several hours, and then combed the gold grains of sand. The symbol of the sheepskin covered with gold, and was called the Golden Fleece. This rich fertile river valley, saturated with cold springs, green lush forests became the center of the oldest Colchis kingdom, and Kutaisi its capital (from the 80s of the VIII century). From the end of the 10th century until the liberation of Tiflis from the Seljuk Turks, Kutaisi was the capital of the united Georgian kingdom and for about 150 years fulfilled this honorable mission. At the end of the XV century, the Imereti region separated from the Georgian state into an independent Imeretian kingdom with its capital in Kutaisi. In the XVII century it was captured by the Turks, in the XVIII - the Russian troops were liberated. And in 1810 the Imeretian kingdom is part of the Russian Empire as Imereti region. In the beginning of the 20th century, it was a quiet provincial town. During the years of Soviet power, Kutaisi has become a major industrial center of the republic. Today, there is not much existing industry, but Kutaisi remains the second most important city in the country - the center of the Imereti region. About 200 thousand inhabitants live here. The city managed partially preserve the features of medieval architecture and development in the form of entangled streets and lanes. The city is located on both banks of the Rioni, which is decorated with unique by structure and beauty bridges. They give Kutaisi originality, unlike any other city. More interesting is the old right-bank part of the city. Here are 1-2-storey houses with hanging glazed verandas, located one above the other on the steep slopes of the mountains, drowning in greenery. Nearby are the stunning medieval temples: Gelati, where David the Builder is buried, the half-ruined Bagrat Temple, in which services are still held. These churches belong to the protected sites of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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