Finding an ideal hotel in Akhaltsikhe does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Lomsia Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Lomsia Hotel is a hotel offering air conditioning and a refrigerator in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage. Plus, guests can enjoy a lounge, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Akhaltsikhe.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Piccolo Bar and SL Company, which are some Italian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Akhaltsikhe is also home to Rabati Castle, a popular castle that is not too far from Lomsia Hotel.
Lomsia Hotel puts the best of Akhaltsikhe at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
When we checked in to our supposed non smoking room, it reeked of cigarette smoke that affected my asthma. The front desk person was not helpful but I stood my ground and we were allocated another room which was ok. The hotel is multi storey and central to town but very basic. We found all the staff completely unfriendly or helpful. Breakfast was very basic.
The rooms are large, clean and comfortable, the showers hot, the breakfast very acceptable and the staff friendly. It is not a five star hotel but it does provide all that we need at a reasonable price. The view from our room over the floodlit fortress was good but the walk to the centre was rather long.
Stayed for two nights. Very spacious and clean room. Beds are really comfortable. Our room had a refrigerator, A/C, and the wifi worked well (a little slow, but good connectivity). Hotel is right in the centre of town. Service is friendly and helpful. Breakfast is adequate.
The Lomsia Hotel is a perfectly reasonable hotel in an ‘out of the way’ sort of place. Quite large and rather bland but right in the centre of town. The rooms were large, clean and comfortable. Breakfast was adequate - just! We had 2 nights there - breakfast the first morning was OK but on the second morning, with quite a few patrons, choices were limited.
The Lomsia should have been better than it was. On the plus side it is within (long) walking distance of the castle. My room was large with a good sized bathroom that had a very good shower but no tub. The room was in good repair with nice bedding and a large window onto the street in front. This was good because it provided lots of light and not so good in that the street dogs were very noisy the first night howling and barking into the early hours. There was also a communicating door with the next door room that was not sound proofed so that the neighbors could be heard clearly although they were not particularly loud. The wifi was patchy, switching on and off and also quite slow. I suspect the on/off effect was due to an uneven power supply which seemed to be a general problem in the area. On the "well that's odd" list was a TV that switched on whenever the power did which was every time I entered the room and popped the card in the slot. That was not such an issue but it also happened with the occasional small power cuts including one at 6.35AM. I resorted to unplugging the set from the wall. The restaurant food was good and reasonably priced but breakfast was a farce. Many guests were from large tour parties all of whom wanted to eat at the same time because of their scheduled tour departure. Breakfast dishes were crammed into a tiny, awkwardly shaped area that ended up a mob scene. There was a completely empty, long bar just to the side of the chaotic huddle that could easily have been used to spread out the dishes, coffee etc in a straight line given that it is not in use in the morning. The dining room was also over air conditioned and uncomfortably cold. Overall, this is not a bad hotel but it could and should be better.…