Adjara Group announces the development of a new project in the historic resort of Abastumani.
Located in Southern Georgia, Abastumani stands out for its exceptional nature, unique climatic conditions and thermal waters with healing powers.
The iconic building of an old sanatorium, initially constructed in 1924, will be transformed into Rooms Hotel Abastumani. Nestled in the woods with exquisite forest views, the hotel will focus on health and wellness.
True to the company’s signature approach, the building will be restored and reconstructed while preserving its original character and paying homage to its legacy.
Rooms Abastumani will be the fifth hotel of the Rooms brand after Kazbegi (2012), Tbilisi (2014), Kokhta (2019) and Batumi (2020).
Source - adjaragroup.com
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