The luxury hotel is a $5.3 million investment, marking another milestone in the bank's commitment to the business and hospitality sectors.

In a collaboration with the Bank of Georgia, the Royal Tulip Hotel, a 5-star establishment with 120 rooms, has recently opened its doors in Tbilisi. The bank's investment in the project totals $5,327,500, reflecting its ongoing support for the business and hospitality sectors.

The Royal Tulip Hotel offers a variety of amenities, including a swimming pool, restaurants, entertainment and relaxation spaces, gyms, and conference halls. This upscale establishment aims to provide guests with all the necessary comforts for leisure, relaxation, or business purposes.

Shishu Pal Burdak, a representative of the Royal Tulip Hotel, expressed delight at the opening of the Tbilisi location, stating, "This year, in partnership with the Bank of Georgia, we were able to open a 5-star hotel in Tbilisi, which makes us very happy." Royal Tulip first entered the market in 1960 and has since grown to encompass 1,500 hotels across 41 countries. The addition of Georgia to this list is an exciting development for both the hotel brand and the country itself.