Hostel 17/17 is a family run Tbilisi hostel, located on the Rezo Tabukashvili Street No. 17. This place has been just recently renovated and opened for public.
Hostel 17/17 offers great quality for a budget price - you should be willing to spend just EUR 12 per night (per person) to stay at Hostel 17/17.
This hostel is run by Mr. David Iakobidze - a great storyteller and mastermind in finances - make sure to listen to some of his banking experience stories, they are awesome. Interested in cryptocurrencies or Georgian Stock market? David has an opinion. A helping hand to manage this hostel is provided by another family members, like Davids mother - Regina Jakobidze, a long-term chairman of the board at Latvian Society in Georgia Avesol.
Interested in Latvian footprints in Georgia? Ask Regina! See: Jūlijs Straume: Caucasus on my mind; exhibition at Tbilisi State Museum of Folk and Applied Arts of Georgia
Daily tours and excursions can be ordered on site
Hostel 17/17 in Tbilisi
Quite an interesting interior for this place. The hostel has been opened for public since May 2017, it is still new and fresh.
Anteroom at Hostel 17/17
Situated on the street level, this hostel offers 3 bedrooms – One large bedroom for 8 persons and two smaller ones - each for 4 guests.
Hall at Tbilisi Hostel 17/17
There are two halls for public use with furniture, Large and well-equipped kitchen, two bathrooms and a shower room. The hostel also has a cozy courtyard, where you can have a cup of coffee and have a smoke. Free WiFi is available. The host (David) speaks Russian and English (and can say also Labrīt or have a small talk in Latvian), David can help organizing daily tours in Georgia, cultural events and give advice about interesting places in Tbilisi and Georgia.
Let's agree - David is a walking Wikipedia!
Could be lovely to enjoy some glass (or bottle) of Georgian red wine in winter in front of this fireplace.
Small cozy bedroom at Hostel 17/17