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  • Pirosmani Standard Double Room

    Pirosmani Standard Double Room

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

  • Pirosmani Standard Single Room

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

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

General

Hotel Rcheuli Pirosmani

Hotel Rcheuli Pirosmani has perfect location and is located in walking distance to city centre. Has a good location for seeing the famous sights of Kakheti.

3* Hotel Rcheuli Pirosmani which is rebuilt in traditional Georgian architecture. Spacious rooms, some of them are with terrace, where you can have a rest and enjoy fresh air. Free WI-FI and free parking on site.

Good restaurant with delicious Georgian dishes.

24hr front desk service, luggage office and tour desk are also available. Rcheuli staff is friendly, will help you any time and speak your language.

Hotel surroundings:

  • Museum of History and Ethnography 0.2 km
  • Signagi Fortress 1.2 km
  • Bodbe Monastery 1.8 km
  • Gurjaani 23.1 km
  • Tsinandali Palace 50,9 km
  • Gremi Monastery 76,3 km
  • Alaverdi Monastery 79.9 km
  • Tbilisi Internatioanl Airport 79.6 km

Check-in Time

14:00

Check-out Time

12:00

Accepted Credit Cards

  • American Express
  • Visa
  • Master Card

Pets

  • No pets allowed

Facilities

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

Food and Drink

  • Main restaurant for breakfast

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

Meeting and Business Room

  • Meeting room for 20-30 persons

Internet

  • Wireless internet in the entire hotel

Parking

  • Private parking on site

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Kakheti

KakhetiKakheti Kakheti is one of the most interesting and ancient places of Georgia which capital is Telavi city. The same Telavi, which is known from all beloved movie “Mimino”. Region is famous for its sights and museums, which attracts a lot of tourists recently. Dead cities – Gremi, Nekresi, Kvetera, 9 ethnographic museums, 13 museum

Culture and History

Culture and HistoryThe Kakhetian Kingdom is mentioned in 6th century chronicles. Here Christianity flourished, there were women's and man's monasteries and some of them have reached our times. The most powerful king of Kakheti was Kvirike the IIIrd, nicknamed the great. In 1106, Georgian king David IV captured Agsartan II, the last Kakheti-Eretin king, and annexed Kakheti to the rest of Georgia. Since then, until 1468, Kakheti was part of the united Georgia, ruled by the kings of the Bagratid dynasty, so that for 363 years the history of Kakheti merges with the general Georgian history. In the second half of the 15th century, Georgia is divided into three kingdoms and five principalities: Mingrelian, Guria, Svaneti, Abkhazia and Samtskhe-Saatabago. Western Georgia kingdom of Imereti and the principalities were under the political influence of the Porte of Ottoman, and eastern Georgia, that is, the Kartalin and Kakhetian kingdoms - under the same influence of Persia. The fragmentation of Georgia into several parts was assiduously supported by Turkey and Persia, as one of the means to weaken the country. Another means was the propaganda of Islam, among other things - in eastern Kakheti. Tribute, paid in the era of political dependence on Turkey and Persia, was negligible, but it was obligatory to issue a certain number of children of both sexes who were sent from time to time to Tehran and Istanbul as hostages; the girls went out there to marry the shahs, the sultans and their approximate ones, and the boys, brought up in the spirit of Islam, usually returned to Georgia to occupy higher positions. The external history of Kakheti from 1468 to 1762, as well as other parts of Georgia, took place in the struggle against Persia, Turkey and the Caucasian mountaineers. The time of the reign of powerful Shahs of Abbas I, Sefi and Abbas II (from the end of the 16th century to the seventies of the 17th century) in Persia was a particularly difficult time for Kakheti. At that time, the shahs became especially suspicious of Georgia's relations with Russia. Shah Abbas the first looked with great suspicion at the Kakhetian king Teymuraz I. The king's mother, who refused to accept Islam, Abbas  the first tortured, his two sons mutilated, his daughter took in wives against the will of his father. In the struggle against Shah Abbas II, the third son of Teimuraz was killed and his second daughter was taken prisoner. At the beginning of the 17th century (1615-1616), Shah Abbas I, with countless hordes, twice invaded Georgia, devastated it, robbed churches and took a large part of the inhabitants of Kakheti, who instead moved to Georgia up to 15,000 yards of Azerbaijani Tatars. Under Irakli II, Kakheti reconnected with Kartalinia and, together with them, in 1801 passed under the rule of Russia.

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