There is a Georgian word, ‘Tsutisopeli’ which means life is only a minute. As it goes by fast, we often forget to stop, even for a moment, to focus on ourselves, take care of our body and soul, ‘disconnect’ from everything.
At P’AUSA, the SPA at the Sheraton Grand Tbilisi Metechi Palace, Tbilisi ‘s iconic 5-star hotel and just opened in its renovated and fully refurbished version, wellness is a real philosophy of life.
The wellness space includes an indoor and outdoor pool, four customized treatment rooms , a variety of saunas and hammams, an ice-water pool, and relaxation areas with fireplaces, as well as a menu of relaxing rituals, beauty treatments, and draining, anti-cellulite, and reshaping massages. In particular, the SPA specializes in rituals to relieve the stress of travel by relieving tension and contractures.
Rounding out the offerings is a fitness center with state-of-the-art cardio equipment.
The spa is part of a luxury facility ideal for a weekend of wellness and fun in the Georgian capital. The Sheraton Grand Tbilisi Metechi Palace, has just received the designation of ‘Sheraton Grand’ because it perfectly embodies the heritage and sophisticated design that characterizes this category of hotels.
Located in the heart of the capital, Sheraton Grand Tbilisi Metechi Palace is just a few minutes’ drive from the old city and in the vicinity of the ancient Narikala Fortress, which towers over the city, the Presidential Palace, Tbilisi Botanical Garden and other cultural attractions, while Tbilisi International Airport is only 15 minutes from the hotel.
The 220 finely appointed rooms and suites have a contemporary design with interiors that echo a palette of delicate pastel hues, which set off the exhibits created by a Georgian photographer. Panoramic views of Tbilisi’s iconic monuments, the Mtkvari River, and the picturesque mountain range can be enjoyed from the hotel. The hotel also includes the Sheraton Club Lounge, an exclusive space to relax. Cuisine is a highlight: you can choose from the Feast restaurant with a menu of international and local cuisine, the Craft House bar, the exclusive Wine Library, and the rooftop restaurant with Mediterranean fusion cuisine.
A wellness treat not to be missed during your stay in Tbilisi: a visit to the traditional Abanotubani sulfur baths-loved in the past even by Alexandre Dumas and Pushkin-to relax in the naturally warm waters.