Tsinandali Guesthouse is located in 19th century park of Tsinandali, across the Prince Chavchavadze Hose Museum . Guesthouse is comprised of two small buildings stylized to resemble local, Kakhetian architecture of late Middle Ages. The dining room located on the groundfloor was designed by renowned Georgian-Russian sculptor and painter, Zurab Tsereteli. The engraved walls and four-ton chandelier are true artifacts of the Soviet era. The Tsinandali Еstate, including the hotel, is an undivided historical complex and has Immovable Cultural Heritage status. The park was designed by Arnold Regal (1946-1917), a prominent landscape architect from St. Petersburg and is the first park in Georgia developed in a traditional European Style.
The lodging complex is comprised of twenty-one rooms, all of which offer guests a comfortable stay in an area of Kakheti known for its serene beauty with an exquisite view of the Georgian countryside. Each room is furnished in a simple, contemporary style with a private bathroom with all the standard amenities, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs with full cable packages and a balcony overlooking the garden.
Guests of the Guest House will be able to enjoy traditional Kakhetian cuisine accompanied by a local specialty - orange wine. The Tsinandali Museum Guest House is the ideal place to stay if you are looking for scenic and calm lodgings whether you are on a business trip, getting together with family or friends or simply want a few days for self-rejuvenation. The resort also offers a comfortable conference room perfect for hosting small-scale conferences or a traditional Georgian “supra” feast.