Silk Development has made significant contributions to large-scale hospitality projects in Georgia, which are now operated by Silk Hospitality, a sister Silk Road Group company. Silk Hospitality manages a wide variety of assets, ranging from upscale hotels to local restaurants, casinos, and other leisure facilities. Each one offers bespoke accommodations and quality entertainment for guests, as well as significant long-term value for our investors. Our hotels, casinos, and hospitality venues can be found at three key tourist destinations: Tbilisi, Batumi, and Tsinandali. These assets are operated by over 2,000 staff and are managed and supported from our central office in Tbilisi.
One of the most exclusive hotels in Georgia, Tsinandali Estate is located in Wine region in the middle of a historic and well-manicured 18-hectare park, which includes the Tsinandali house-museum of Prince Alexander Chavchavadze. The museum features a memorial to the founder of Georgian Romanticism and is an important cultural attraction.
Ingo Maurer’s masterful interior design, complemented by historical building restoration, creates a captivating blend of past and present at Radisson Collection Tsinandali.
The hotel opened in 2019.
Tsinandali Estate is the cradle of classical winemaking in Georgia and is where Georgian wine was first bottled. The renowned and historical Georgian winery offers premium quality wines in limited quantities. Wine tours, tastings and masterclasses are available for visitors of the winery.
The Park Hotel has been fully developed in-house by Silk Hospitality and represents an emblematic centerpiece for the youth lifestyle and culture that is emerging in Georgia. The guest experience is tailored to the unique needs of each individual. Attractive all year round, the hotel is surrounded by a park with centuries-old trees and lush pathways.
The hotel has an exceptional location on the main avenue of the city within walking distance to shopping areas, the old city, governmental offices, the Tbilisi Opera House, Rustaveli Theatre, Tbilisi Concert Hall, and other cultural and business points of interest. It is easily accessible from both sides of the river. The hotel was built in 1967 by the Soviet government as the premier luxury hotel in Tbilisi.
The hotel was renovated and reopened in 2009.
An upper upscale hotel on the Black Sea coast, in the heart of the beautiful city of Batumi. Just a minute away from stunning beaches and the Batumi Boulevard, this is the perfect choice for a relaxing getaway.
Michele De Lucchi’s visionary design for Radisson Blu Batumi showcases the marriage of contemporary elegance and cultural integration.
The hotel was opened in 2011.
Located in the center of the city, our multifunctional space combines a venue for events with an interior designed by contemporary Georgian architects and a sampling of two distinct concepts of delicious Georgian cuisine: Restaurant Republic and Republic 24.
The historic site combined with a modern design building, a beautiful terrace overlooking the city, monthly concerts featuring world-renowned DJs and artists make republic a prime and favorite place for guests.
Opened in 2017.
A high-profile entertainment venue in Tbilisi that makes full use of the urban landscape and Soviet architecture it is built into. Noble Savage mixes contemporary sounds with a historical setting, and the venue is quickly emerging as a lifestyle destination for people from around the world.
Botanico is a sustainable complex of beachfront apartments on the Black Sea shore, set across from the pebble beach and nestled at the top of the evergreen subtropical foliage. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide stunning views and airy apartments. Alongside providing best in-class-service by the professional Silk Hospitality team, Botanico offers numerous leisure spaces. Thanks to its prestigious location, the Green Cape is a strikingly scenic resort in the Adjara Region.