Wyndham Hotels & Resorts has marked its growth in the country of Georgia with the opening of the Wyndham Grand Tbilisi.
The property adds to the group’s growing portfolio in the CIS region. It is owned by City M Corporation and operated under a franchise agreement.
Located in Freedom Square, Wyndham Grand Tbilisi was designed by architect Yuri Puchinsky to fit the historic style of the neighbourhood. Nearby landmarks include the National Library of Georgia, and City M Company has transferred 3,650 sqm of the building to the National Museum of Georgia.
The property features 158 guest rooms, including 17 suites and two presidential suites. It also offers five conference spaces including a ballroom, as well as a lounge bar and three restaurants serving a range of local and international dishes complemented by a selection of cocktails and Georgian wines.
The group also operates the Wyndham Batumi and Ramada Encore Tbilisi in Georgia. It has 15 operational hotels across the CIS region, with additional openings planned for later this year.
Dimitris Manikis, president and MD for Europe, Middle East and Africa at Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, said: “Georgia is experiencing unprecedented growth in visitor numbers as travellers discover the beautiful country’s charming architecture, rich culture, delectable cuisine and many significant historic sites. Wyndham Hotels & Resorts is thrilled to be one of the fastest-growing hotel companies in the country, bringing yet another of our internationally recognised hotel brands to Georgia and adding the vibrant capital city of Tbilisi to the list of international destinations where Wyndham Grand hotels can be found.”