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How to Make Women Happy on March 8th - The Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi's Best Offer
05 March, 2020
Women's Day is celebrated around the world but for some reason, it is mostly loved in Georgia . All the women, children and older generations receive flowers and different kinds of gifts on this day. Without a doubt everyone is excited, but do not be nervous as The Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi offers you the best ways to make a woman happy.


March 8 is a Sunday and you can invite your favorite woman to a Sunday brunch. In this case,
the best offer is the delicious brunch of The Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi. The hotel restaurant Sonnet offers a wide range of dishes from 12:30 to 16:00 with live music. Generally, it is really important for women to spend time with their children. That is why Biltmore Tbilisi's brunch provides an entertaining program for children. The program includes animators, face painting, special games, and many more fun activities. This is another proof that you will make a woman happy by inviting her on a Sunday brunch in The Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi. What could be better for them than spending time in a family-friendly environment with delicious food and sparkling wine?


Flowers are being sold anywhere but be careful while choosing. Do not buy it in any booth you meet on the way. Try to make sure which flowers does your beloved woman prefers for a gift. Women tend to love flowers as it is the sign that you care about them.


After spending a nice brunch with your family, it would be best to invite your beloved woman to a romantic dinner. The best place in Tbilisi for a romantic dinner is the Xeme Bar & Restaurant located on the 30-31st floors of the hotel. Amazing views of the new and the old part of the city can be seen from the Xeme Bar & Restaurant.

It is not difficult to make your beloved woman happy if you are motivated enough to make this day an unforgettable one.

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