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Divan Suites Batumi Location and Attractions

Jordania/Z. Gamsakhurdia Str. 8/15 Batumi, GEORGIA

Phone:+995 422 25 55 22
Fax: +995 422 22 86 85


Divan Suites Batumi

Kostava/Z. Gamsakhurdia Str. 8/15 Batumi, GEORGIA

Phone: +995 422 25 55 22

Batumi International Airport

Batumi Airport

Batumi 6000


+995 422 23 51 00

Batumi International Airport is 6,6km and approximately 10 minutes by car from Divan Suites Batumi.

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Services provided by the Hotel
Taxis, rental cars, valet parking and limousine services are available. For more information, please contact the Concierge.

Batumi Attractions

There are many fun and exciting things to do in and around Batumi, whether your preference is to stretch out on the beach and soak up the rays, dive into history and absorb fascinating history and culture, or discover natural wonders. Best of all, they are all close by and easily accessible from the Divan Suites Batumi’s location in the centre of the Old City.

Batumi Boulevard

Batum Bulevard

Is the promenade that first earned Batumi its popularity as a holiday destination over a century ago. Stretching for several kilometres (about two miles) along the beach and Black Sea coast, Batumi Boulevard’s broad sidewalks are lined on one side with lush vegetation and on the other with cafés, kiosks and restaurants. Featuring two boardwalks out over the sea, Batumi Boulevard is a gracious and relaxing place for a leisurely stroll and perfect watching the sun set gloriously over the water.

Batumi Botanical Gardens

Batumi Botanical Gardens

Are located 10 kilometres (6 miles) outside the centre of Batumi but are easily reached by taxi. What are now the Botanic Gardens were first established by the nobleman Mecheslav D’Alphonse, who built a private retreat graced with exotic species of plants and trees imported from France. Today referred to as “the Lower Park,” his original estate at Green Cape remains one of the prime attractions of the Batumi Botanical Gardens. Officially established on November 3, 1912, this 111 hectare (275 acre) historic park features more than 2,000 species of plants, most notably exotic tropical and sub-tropical species that will delight the casual visitor and serious enthusiast alike.