Rooms Hotel Kazbegi is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Stepantsminda, offering a luxury environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
For those interested in checking out Gergeti Trinity Church (1.6 mi) while visiting Stepantsminda, Rooms Hotel Kazbegi is a short distance away.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, a minibar, and a refrigerator, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Rooms Hotel Kazbegi features room service and a concierge, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and free breakfast. If you are driving to Rooms Hotel Kazbegi, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the cafes, including Cafe 5047m, Anno`s Sweet Corner, and Awtobus, all of which are a short distance from Rooms Hotel Kazbegi.
If you are interested in exploring Stepantsminda, check out a waterfall, such as Gveleti Waterfall.
Enjoy your stay in Stepantsminda!
Everything was beyond perfect. for anyone needing really great chillout place and is really in love with mountains, just stop searching, this is place for you. Food - 9/10 Service -10/10 Spa etc.. - 10/10 Location - 100000/10 Random relax hammocks and comfy chairs - 100000/10 And everything else was 10/10 as well
The profit margin of this hotel is made by lack of employees and as a consequence the organisation fails at each step. Each order at the restaurant was a nightmare. There is an obvious hierarchy for the servants. One can only take the order, one is responsible to bring the food and one to take the payment. We waited 50min just to get our main course and the appetizer at the same time (???) and additional 30min to get our wine bottle. Meanwhile we received twice a wine glass which we did not order, but obviously the lady that brought the glass had no charge of the order, so our complaint was not reaching the appropriate employee. In the end we complained to a third employee who tried to explain us that we should have made clear that our appetizer should come before our main course (come on...). Blaming customers is just a big no no. In the end they appologized and it would be ok if we didnt have to take our breakfast at the same chaotic restaurant. Whoever came to the idea to make these corona measures by putting only 3 employees to serve a buffet for more than 300 ppl, should try to do their job for one day! More than 30 were standing in line for breakfast next to each other. So how is that helping not to spread the virus?? Only one spot for the coffee creates a chaos where you can be happy to get a cup. The few employees working at the restaurant are avarage age under 25. This is a cheap workforce taking the blame for the management failure to organise the hotel. No fancy panorama view can make up for this chaos each day. We are currently on our road trip in Georgia and also booked the Rooms Hotel in Tbilisi. However, this experience makes us considering to cancel it.…
We made a booking here for our much delayed honeymoon and were left terribly disappointed. The lobby is well set up and gives the impression that this really is a 4 star retreat in the mountains but the rooms are shoddy at best. At about $200 a night you'd think there'd be a closet at least if not a safe? Some instant coffee in the rooms? We paid for the mountain view but the balconies offer zero privacy as you're literally overlooking the next room. I'm not so fussed that the rooms are small or that most of the staff speak little to no English, but you'd expect basic amenities to be provided at that price point. Instead there's one bathrobe provided for a room for two and a shower that barely works right and floods the entire bathroom. Really regretting our decision to spend the night and wish we'd opted for a local guesthouse instead! At least they'd be more hospitable.…
We absolutely loved the hotel and will definitely be back! The rooms were on the smaller side, but it was not a big deal at all since we only slept there. The common areas were very relaxing and enjoyable with perfect design for the area. The breakfast was great. I felt like the beds were a bit hard. Did not care for the bathroom amenities (shampoo, etc.) at all: very strong and harsh fragrance. Overall the hotel is very comfortable welcoming with multiple cosy areas that flow into one another. The restaurant menu and the wine list were quite nice too. We did experience some inconsistencies with the way the dishes were cooked between the 2 dinners we've had there, but I would definitely eat there again. In my opinion the common areas were some of the best I have ever seen, the way they are designed makes you want to hang out at the hotel. …
Very luxurious hotel, amazing view (choose the mountain view room). When there's a fog, you'd see nothing. The value for money is unbelievable, although there are small things to be improved like the shower, and the fact that due to covid waitresses pick the breakfast for you in the buffet, and their English is quite poor.