Marjan Plaza Hotel – The First Halal Hotel in Tbilisi

With beautiful golden decor shining at the entrance, paintings of calligraphy hung on walls and an elegant, classy vibe welcoming guests, Marjan Plaza Hotel (MPH) is a delightful cozy stay tucked in the center of Tbilisi. This place is said to be the first halal hotel in Tbilisi, according to their website, and provides a relaxing stay for all kinds of visitors and tourists.

One of the newest and best hotels in Tbilisi, Marjan Plaza provides a great accommodation for families and for business travelers alike. Located next to the bustling street of Uznadze, MPH is a comfortable stay with all the amenities of a four star hotel and is a quick access to and from tourist spots, restaurants, and local markets.

It’s a great stay to experience all that the city has to offer including trying out halal Georgian food in Tbilisi for the Muslim travelers from the Middle East. So if you are wondering where is the best place to stay in Tbilisi, then you’ve got your answer!

Location & Neighborhood

The street next to the hotel

The hotel is located right in the center of Tbilisi making it relatively easy to get to the city’s popular sight-seeing locations and tourists spots. Tbilisi’s famous places like the National Garden, Narikala Fortress, and the Meidan bazaar are all just 15-20 minutes drive away. While the hotel does have a restaurant of its own, those who would like to explore the city’s cuisine can step into the street that has tons of restaurants featuring Indian, Turkish, Middle Eastern as well as local dishes. There are also options for halal foods in some of the restaurants.

Other than for foodies, the street also has a vibrant night life and you can find anything from clothing stores and supermarkets to bookstores and clubs. Quick car rides to most spots and easy access to various shops and necessities makes this hotel location one of the best area to stay in Tbilisi for tourist.

Dining Experience

Marjan Plaza Hotel’s Limestone Restaurant

Marjan Plaza Hotel serves its own delish Georgian food in its Limestone restaurant. The first of its kind, the hotel combines the taste of local cuisine in halal traditions. Depending on your booking, you can also choose to have their humble yet tasty daily international breakfast buffet.

The restaurant also provides an a la Carte menu for lunch and dinner with an enticing choice of both Georgian and Arabic options. Highlights include their Machboos which comes in a silver platter, this rice based Arabic style dish is fit for two and delicious to chow down as well as their pizzas, and fresh juices. For some fresh air and quick bites, guests can head to Horizon Terrace for some relaxed shisha and tobacco time.


The hotel has a total of 98 rooms in four categories – standards, superiors, suites and a deluxe. All their rooms are equipped with air-condition, flat-screen TV with cable channels, fast free WI-FI connection, free coffee/tea making facilities, free toiletries, shower in the bathroom.

Their Deluxe Corner suite is their best room with enough space to walk around, includes a sofa and has beautiful views of the Mtatsminda mountain. If you book the room for three people, it also includes an extra bed in the price. The Deluxe Corner’s best feature is their luxurious bathroom with a glamorous freestanding bathtub. The room is also great for a business stay as it includes a work table and a comfy large chair.


MPH gives tons of delightful services that are too many to list. From free- Wifi and airport transfers to conference halls and great room services, the hotel makes sure that all their guests are treated like royalty. Their stand out facilities include a temperature controlled indoor swimming pool, a gorgeous spa, a fitness room/gym, full service laundry and a conference hall.


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