This hostel is a general hostel with nice rooftop views and a place for food just opposite. It is a bit of a climb up, but that is fine. The beds are generally okay. A bit limited number of showers. Very good staff. I only did expect the hostel to be half capacity due to corona. There were no to very little measures. But this might be an issue in Georgia in general.
This hostel is wonderful for so many reasons! The hostel is clean, bright and homey! Staff is knowledgeable and friendly. There are private or shared rooms available, with many amenities. There is a really nice balcony with gorgeous views of the city. The location is wonderful, right in the heart of oldTbilisi. Breakfast is yummy too! And the price is very affordable! Stay here-you won't be disappointed! :)
This is one of the best hostels in Tbilisi. I lived in Georgia for 3 years, a few hours away from Tbilisi. whenever I could come into the capital, this was my hostel of choice. The staff is very friendly and approachable. They speak multiple languages as well. They offer tours that are great and affordable.
We took the Armenia tour offered by Envoy Hostel and had a great time. A full day to explore and experience Armenia with our wonderful guide Qeti. We really enjoyed this visit and Qeti took time to give us the history and culture of the place as well as making it a fun and interesting trip. Thank you for a great visit we hope to return again and this time stay with you guys! Richard and Steven.
Envoy Hostel and Tours was recommended to me by a colleague so I ended up planning my stay in the Caucasus around their day tours in both Georgia and Armenia and I'm so glad I did! The tours proved to be a great way to see the country, learn about the culture, try the local cuisine (lunch each day is prepared by a local family), get to know their fabulous guides (Katie and Giorgi), and meet some other lovely travelers. My first day in Tbilisi started off with a walking tour of the city (Encompass Tbilisi). The tour is free for Envoy guests and only costs a few dollars for those not staying at Envoy. (The only reason I didn't stay at Envoy Hostel was because I opted to stay in a female dorm at a hostel nearby.) It was a great way to get oriented to the city and get an insight into Georgian history and culture. I also traveled with Envoy to the Georgian Military Highway & Kazbegi (Embracing Georgia), on the wine tour (Enticing Georgia), to Vardzia and Borjomi (Enchanting Georgia), Gori & the surrounding region (Enlightened Georgia), & Davit Gareji (Essential Georgia). If I did one less tour, I would choose to forgo the Enchanting Georgia Tour. While the cave at Vardzia was really beautiful and very interesting, I found the Uplistsikhe cave that I visited the following day satisfied my cave craving and the drive was quite a bit shorter. I also did the Enlinking Caucasus trip from Tbilisi to Yerevan, Armenia which was a really great way to see some lovely sights in northern Armenia. I absolutely loved spending the week with two of Envoy's wonderful guides, Katie and Giorgi, and exploring their beautiful country! I can't recommend Envoy Tours highly enough!…