Hausart Project, Rooms collaborate for Starwood’s Le Meridien Batumi

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide will open its Paris-born Le Méridien brand in Batumi, marking the brand’s entrance into in the Republic of Georgia.

Scheduled to open in 2018, the 110-room newly constructed hotel will showcase modern architecture and design within the Batumi Tower, a mixed-use development project that will also include a casino and unbranded residences. Designed by Hausart Project, the landmark Batumi Tower will be the tallest structure in the city and will have an eight-cabin carousel wheel on the 27th floor.

The property will have, among others, the Le Méridien Hub (the company's take on the hotel lobby) and the Latitude Bar.

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The guestrooms and suites, which will offer Black Sea views, will have the Le Méridien Bed, a work area, and interiors by Tbilisi-based design firm Rooms.

The hotel will also include an Explore Spa, swimming pool and fitness center.

Le Méridien Batumi will be situated on the boulevard along the Black Sea, near the port of Batumi and adjacent to the Dancing Fountains.

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