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    About The Villas

    Silk Development presents an exclusive opportunity to be a part of the historic Tsinandali Estate by offering land plots for development situated between the Radisson Collection Hotel and the organic vineyards. The project, which includes 26 land plots, is the first of its kind and features a range of amenities such as a park, pedestrian and bicycle paths, and a private parking lot. Owners of these land plots have the chance to build their own villa in their preferred design, subject to the approval of the Silk Development team or by choosing from one of our three prototype homes that pay homage to Georgian architecture. By purchasing a land plot, you become a part of the legacy of Alexander Chavchavadze and gain access to the services and amenities of the 5-star Radisson Collection Hotel, Chavchavadze Museum, Oenotheque, Vineyard, 18-hectare garden, and the great Tsinandali Festival, curated wines and so much more
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    Bespoke Design

    Ingo Mauer, a renowned German designer, contributed to the design of Tsinandali Estate - A Radisson Collection Hotel, particularly with its lighting and modern interior elements. During the project, Ingo collaborated with Georgian artist Tamara Kvesitadze to bring vibrant colors and life to the interior. Tamara’s work has been recognized worldwide, including at the prestigious Venice Biennale. Her artistry has been brought to life at the Tsinandali Estate, where she hand-painted the walls of our first villa and meticulously crafted all interior details. The legacy of Ingo Mauer and Tamara Kvesitadze from the Radisson Collection Hotel lives on in the Tsinandali Estate Villas, with their stunning walls and interiors forever preserving their contributions.
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    About the Estate

    The history of the Tsinandali Estate, as one of the most important centres of cultural life in Georgia, stretches back more than two hundred years. Prince Alexander Chavchavadze, a prominent figure of aristocratic Georgian society of the time, turned his family estate into a cultural-intellectual center of European culture. It became a hub for musicians, writers, poets and other prominent foreigners visiting Georgia, as well as for local public figures. He also dedicated attention to winemaking, introducing European styles of wine. The highly regarded dry white Tsinandali wine is still produced in the Estate. Today his house stands as a museum showcasing his historic belongings and hosting guests from all over the world. Today, visitors from around the world come to see the legacy of Alexander Chavchavadze that has been preserved and enjoy everything the grounds have to offer, including the historic Chavchavadze Museum, the stunning garden and vineyards.
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    • 19th Century
    • 20th Century
    • 21st Century

    21 st Century Villa

    Live the contemporary lifestyle in harmony with new techniques.

    20th Century Villa

    Capture the senses of diversity with postmodernism approach to design.

    19th Century Villa

    Experience the synthesis of old-world charm and the future.


    Tsinandali Lifestyle

    Tsinandali Estate is more than a home - it’s a year-round destination with a wide variety of events taking place on its grounds. One of the most significant events is the Tsinandali Festival, which is a celebration of classical music that takes place annually in September. The festival features world-renowned musicians and attracts visitors from all over the world. Additionally, the Estate also hosts the Jazz Festival, which brings together some of the best jazz musicians from Georgia and beyond. Apart from these two major events, there are numerous other events that take place throughout the year, such as wine tastings, art exhibitions, literary readings, and cultural festivals. Whether you are interested in music, art, wine, or history, there is always something happening at the Tsinandali Estate that will capture your interest.
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    Silk Hospitality is the top hospitality management company in Georgia that provides best-in-class services to the 5-star Tsinandali Estate - A Radisson Collection Hotel. Their expertise and experience ensure that guests at the hotel receive exceptional service and experience a luxurious stay. At Tsinandali Estate Villas, we strive to provide our guests with the same level of comfort and service. Our team is dedicated to ensuring that your stay with us is comfortable and enjoyable, and we offer must-have amenities to ensure that you have everything you need at all times. From housekeeping to concierge services, we aim to make your stay at Tsinandali Estate Villas as relaxing and stress-free as possible.
    01 Housekeeping
    02 Property Maintenance
    03 Technical Support
    04 Laundry and Dry Cleaning
    05 Pool & Garden Maintenance
    06 Concierge
    07 Driver
    08 Event Planning
    09 Renting Out Villas
    10 Farm To Table Food Service
    11 Food Delivery From Hotel Restaurants
    12 Top Chef’s Pop-Up Dinners
    13 Best Hotel Rates
    14 Priority Ticketing For Festivals & Events
    15 Restaurant Discounts
    16 Massage Treatment
    17 Hotel Pool, Spa and Gym
    18 Sports Equipment Rental
    19 Kids Zone Entertainment
    20 Helipad
    21 Heliskiing


    Tsinandali Estate is the birthplace of classic winemaking in Georgia. Prince Alexander Chavchavadze brought European wine-making technology to Georgia in the 19th century, creating a new standard of Georgian wine. The estate is also where wine was first bottled in the country. Today, the estate houses the Enoteca of Alexander Chavchavadze, which preserves the Prince's collection of 16,500 bottles of wine, including the oldest wine in Georgia, bottled in 1841 and called 'the Saperavi of Tsinandali Estate, 1839'. The Tsinandali vineyard spans 40 hectares and is situated 700 meters above sea level, boasting 11 varieties of Georgian grapevine including Saperavi, Rkatsiteli, and Mtsvane, among others. The only foreign grape variety grown there is Pinot Noir. As a villa resident you will have first-hand experience of the Tsinandali Estate Winery’s winemaking process during the harvest season and exclusive access to curated wines and special edition bottles from the Estate’s Oenotheque.