Accor, a French multinational hospitality firm, signed a
cooperation settlement with Fujin Silk Properties, an organization primarily based
in Georgia, to open a brand new 72-room resort, underneath the world-famous
ibis model, in “one of the most important hubs” of Georgia –
Tbilisi International Airport in 2024, Alexis Delaroff, the Chief
Operating Officer of Accor New East Europe introduced on Monday,
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Delaroff stated the opening of the resort on the airport, which
welcomes greater than three million folks yearly, could be a “actual
discover” for vacationers and friends of Tbilisi, in addition to for enterprise
travellers and transit passengers, with the resort providing
“convenient mobile check-in and affordable prices”.
We have a long-term imaginative and prescient to create a brand-new journey and
leisure hub at Tbilisi International Airport. The 1st ibis
airport resort is the very 1st step in the direction of lots larger & bolder
plans. Following undertaking phases at Tbilisi International Airport
embody over 30.000sqm developments to convey the outdated glory to the
Silk Road route”, the Chief Executive Officer of Fujin Silk
He expressed gratitude in the direction of the Georgian Government for his or her
“continuous support and appreciation” of international investments,
including “we could not have done it without them”.
A French award-winning architect, Clement Blanchet, who shall be
concerned within the undertaking, emphasised it will be a “first step”
towards the “urban mutation” of the Tbilisi Airport space, marking
its “future development”.
The new ibis shall be positioned in a “convenient location” permitting
friends to simply attain the centre of the capital. The resort shall be
providing rooms designed in accordance with the “world trendy
design idea” of ibis model – Plaza, in addition to trendy enterprise
centre, and a wine store showcasing chosen collections from
“well-renowned producers”, as a tribute to Georgian wine-making
traditions and heritage, courting again 8000 years.