The Fourth Official Ceremony of the Welcome to Georgia! National Tourism Awards
31 October, 2018
The Fourth Official Ceremony of the Welcome to Georgia! National Tourism Awards
On December 17, 2018 Rustaveli Theatre will host the most remarkable event of the Tourism and Hospitality industry of Georgia - the Fourth Official Ceremony of the Welcome to Georgia! National Tourism Awards.

On the Awards Ceremony winners and finalists of 20 different nominations, out of more than 350 nominees will deservedly receive recognition of “The Best in Tourism and Hospitality”.

Welcome to Georgia! National Tourism Awards is the Annual Awards Ceremony, which is held in Georgia for the field of
tourism and hospitality since 2015 and has successfully established itself as a unique platform to develop Tourism industry of the State.


Welcome to Georgia! National Tourism Awards is the Annual Awards Ceremony, which is held in Georgia for the field of tourism and hospitality since 2015. It is kind of "Oscar" to celebrate the achievements of Georgian tourism and hospitality industry!

Award Ceremony is closed and will host to 800 guests: General Managers and owners of the best hotels, restaurants, wineries of the country, the market leading developers, the main businesses of the country, Government officials, national and local authorities, representatives of the largest hotel operators, travel agencies and tour operators, mass media and industry press.

The venue of event is national and cultural monument of Georgia - Rustaveli Theatre. Exquisite culture, centuries old traditions and unique hospitality will come together in Rustaveli Theatre on the Fourth Official Ceremony of Welcome to Georgia! National Tourism Awards to celebrate success of Georgian Tourism and Hospitality!


After Party host is Republic – newly opened multifunctional venue which combines cool and contemporary interiors by the worldwide renowned Georgian architects and artists. Located in the very heart of the city with panoramic windows offering a spectacular view over the city center and the Caucasus Mountains, Republic with its slick design and gorgeous views is an elegant addition to the historical center of Tbilisi.

For the fourth year already Georgian National Tourism Administration on behalf of Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia is Co-organizer of the Award Project. Also Co-organizer of the project is Bank of Georgia. Official Supporters: Tbilisi City Hall and Partnership Found. General Sponsor - Alliance Group.

For more information visit the website: awards-tourism.com

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