Guesthouse in Batumi

97 Melikishvili Str., Batumi, Géorgie, Distance du centre-ville : 1.8km
Excellent rapport qualité-prix !

Classement : 88 %à partir de 3 avis

  • 93%Ambiance
  • 100%Personnel
  • 93%Sécurité
  • 86%Propreté
  • 73%Emplacement
  • 86%Rapport qualité-prix
  • 86%Aménagements
Guesthouse in Batumi offers Private ensuite rooms at very reasonable rates. All rooms are Private and with own lock and key, no dorm style rooms. Guests will have their own key so they can come and go as they wish. Our towels and linens are soft and washed. All rooms have free Wi-Fi. Misha from Guesthouse speaks English and Russian.
Guesthouse in Batumi is located near the city center, from which you can get anywhere in the city. Distance from Batumi Boulevard and Black Sea coast is about 1,3 km (20 minutes walk).

Guesthouse in Batumi address:
97 Melikishvili Street (former Engels Street)
Batumi, 6010
Georgia.

You can find Guesthouse in Batumi in the 'Map & directions' section with Satellite view. In addition, detailed map is stored in the 'Photos' section.

How to find us?

Guesthouse in Batumi is located about 440 meters from the intersection of Melikishvili and Chavchavadze streets. You should walk opposite of the seaside from the intersection. Most public transport passes through the above mentioned intersection.
1. From Makhinjauri train station (about 7 km from Batumi center):
- Take big yellow bus #22 and ask a bus driver to stop at the intersection of Melikishvili and Chavchavadze streets (mentioned above); or
- Take any minibus which goes to chavchavadze street direction and ask a bus driver to stop at the intersection of Melikishvili and Chavchavadze streets (mentioned above);
2. From Sarpi (Georgia-Turkey border, about 15 km from Batumi center) take any minibus which goes to Batumi direction and ask bus driver to stop at the intersection of Melikishvili and Chavchavadze streets (mentioned above);
3. From Batumi international Airport (about 5 km from Batumi center) take big yellow bus #10 and ask a bus driver to stop at the intersection of Melikishvili and Chavchavadze streets (mentioned above).

Entrance to Guesthouse is through the brown gate (with street number 97).
Payment is accepted in cash on arrival.
We look forward to welcoming you to our Guesthouse!

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Installations & Politiques Bed and breakfast

  • Parking à vélos
  • Petit déjeuner non inclus
  • Plans de ville gratuits
  • Accès gratuit à Internet
  • Parking gratuit
  • Wifi gratuit
  • Accès à Internet
  • Blanchisserie
  • Casiers à bagages
  • Parking
  • Machines à thé / café
  • Serviettes incluses

Politique d'annulation

Cette propriété a une politique d'annulation de 1 jours. Si vous n'annulez pas dans cet intervalle de temps, vous devrez payer des frais d'annulation du montant de la première nuit de votre séjour.

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How to find us?

Guesthouse in Batumi is located about 440 meters from the intersection of Melikishvili and Chavchavadze streets. You should walk opposite of the seaside from the intersection. Most public transport passes through the above mentioned intersection.

1. From Makhinjauri train station (about 7 km from Batumi center):
- Take big yellow bus #22 and ask a bus driver to stop at the intersection of Melikishvili and Chavchavadze streets (mentioned above); or
- Take any minibus which goes to chavchavadze street direction and ask a bus driver to stop at the intersection of Melikishvili and Chavchavadze streets (mentioned above);

2. From Sarpi (Georgia-Turkey border, about 15 km from Batumi center) take any minibus which goes to Batumi direction and ask bus driver to stop at the intersection of Melikishvili and Chavchavadze streets (mentioned above);

3. From Batumi international Airport (about 5 km from Batumi center) take big yellow bus #10 and ask a bus driver to stop at the intersection of Melikishvili and Chavchavadze streets (mentioned above).