Each of the 21 guestrooms at Hotel Kabadoni is designed with oriental Georgian features and most include a king-size or queen-size bed. The Presidential Suite also provides a private terrace.
All rooms include the following:
The restaurant is wheelchair accessible as is one Hotel Kabadoni guestroom, which also includes a bath equipped with accessibility bars and shower chair.
Hotel Kabadoni provides both an elegant restaurant and an adjacent terrace, the wine bar, for alfresco lounging.
Start the day with breakfast in the restaurant, but come back in the evening to enjoy an innovative fusion of European and Georgian cuisine cooked with locally produced eco-friendly products and complemented with an impressive selection of Georgian and international wines.
The rooftop terrace makes a perfect stop at any time of the day. Whether you've ordered a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, you'll enjoy it with the panoramic views of the majestic Greater Caucasus mountain range and famed vineyard's valley.
The history of wine and the history of Georgia seem as entangled as the abundance of grapevines that weave their way throughout the wine-growing region of Kakheti, in the eastern tip of Georgia. Within Kakheti province is the growing tourist destination of Sighnaghi, where grapevines have even been spotted growing from the balconies of this charming town.
With seemingly 1,000s of years of wine history and 100s of types of grapes, you must consider a tour, a tasting, and a thorough understanding of the toast, which is rumored to last for hours.
The area is a sort of living museum dedicated to the art of wine where at least one winery still promises to produce wine in precisely the same way it was made in Georgia in 6,000 BC - fermented in large clay jars buried up to the neck underground in traditional wine cellars.
Hotel Kabadoni is next to the former city walls and the Sighnaghi Museum. Other local attractions include: