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Welcome to Leon rooms

Guest house "Leon rooms" is located in the center of Old Tbilisi, near to the Liberty square.

Guest house is special for its location and vintage style rooms. 

Guests have opportunity to see collections of old books, theatre documents, paintings and furniture as well.

Leon Rooms is offering different categories of rooms : twin and triple rooms with shared bathroom, twin and double rooms with private bathrooms and apartments with all necessary facilities . All apartments have its own private  kitchen and dining area, other rooms have access to shared kitchen and dining areas. 

We can fulfill all requirements of different categories of guests.

Be our guest and feel the real history of old city of Georgia.

Our Story

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Natalia Burmistrova, the famous Soviet Union artist had been living in the territory of Guest house. Some of her furniture and documents are kept in our guest house. 

Born Mar. 14, 1918, in Borisov. Soviet Russian actress. People’s Artist of the USSR (1972).

After making her debut in 1936, Burmistrova performed at theaters in such cities as Petropavlovsk and Gorky. In 1948 she joined the Griboedov Tbilisi Russian Drama Theater. Her roles have included Nina Zarechnaia in Chekhov’s The Seagull, Nora in Ibsen’s A Doll’s House, the title role in Arbuzov’s Tanta, and Val’ka in Arbuzov’s Irkutsk Story. She has also appeared as Nila Snizhko in Salynskii’s The Drummer Girl, Elena Kol’tsova in A. and P. Tur’s Ambassador Extraordinary, and Mariia L’vovna in Gorky’s The Summer People.

Burmistrova was a deputy to the fourth and fifth convocations of the Supreme Soviet of the Georgian SSR. She has been awarded three orders and various medals.

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“There was a huge moon over the western mountains, and it made the city seem even more mysterious and old, and the great black castle on the ridge stood out in front of the moon. And if there are ghosts anyplace in the world, they must be here, and if there is a ghost of Queen Tamara, she must have been walking the ridge in the moonlight that night.”

John Steinbeck

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