Modern Rustic retreat in Georgia by architect Levan Mushkudiani — Bakuriani, Georgia

Entrance hall of Hotel Kokhta with rustic decor and furniture, clay pots and art on the wall
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Amongst the spruce at the foot of Kokhta Gora, a 2,200 metre peak in a newly-developed resort just a hop and skip from Bakuriani, where Georgia’s Winter Olympians traditionally hone their skills, Rooms Hotel Kokhta is the latest addition to Temur Ugulava’s sleek design-oriented lifestyle chain.

The ark-like wood and glass ski-in ski-out affair, conceived by architect Levan Mushkudiani sits at the confluence of ski runs, hiking and horseback trails, making it ideal for year-round use.

For those who prefer indoor pursuits, expansive views from the health club and pool bring the outdoors in. Best described as Modern Rustic, interiors are the work of designers, Nata Janberidze and Keti Toloraia, who met whilst training at the Tbilisi Academy of Arts; warm, organic spaces, with a hint of place that make loving use of wood, stone and polished clay.

Dining area with rustic kitchen appliances hanging on the wall at Rooms Hotel Kokhta

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Dining room area with wooden walls at Rooms Hotel Kokhta

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Long dining room table and chairs with black and cream astronomy art on the wall at Rooms Hotel Kokhta

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Lounge area with bookshelves at the Rooms Hotel Kokhta

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Lounge area with cream couches, a fireplace and Egyptian writing as art on the wall at Room Hotel Kokhta

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Borough Bakuriani
1204 Borjomi Region


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