Situated in Bakuriani, under the shadows of the breathtaking Caucasus Mountains, Rooms Hotel Kokhta is a strikingly contemporary ski-in ski-out resort in winter and a perfect gateway to alpine experiences year-round.
The concept of the hotel was inspired by its location – specifically by the vastness and wilderness of the mountains surrounding it. This idea was reflected in our usage of locally crafted, natural materials like reclaimed wood, stone, and clay - materials that, for centuries, were associated with Georgian heritage. We used these materials in their purest, most organic forms to revive a sense of primitivity and to highlight the permanence of nature.
Hotel Interior has a modern, minimal feel to it and yet it unfolds hidden treasures of our historic roots. Ancient timber beams, terracotta-tiles, wooden floors and ethnic collectible design pieces are complemented by custom-made stone floors and hand carved bespoke wooden objects. Most of the furniture featured in the hotel are from our limited edition Wild Minimalism and DNA Archives collections. Distinguished by human–made feel and symbolic shapes they give the Hotel a signature vibe.
Specially created Monumental fireplace in the middle of the lounge acts as the central meeting point of the hotel. Composed from metal, this sculpture like fireplace features embossed tribal symbols, that to some also reads like a story.
Guestrooms feature a custom lover’s beds handcrafted from reclaimed wood and hand carved stone basins along with terracotta tiles. Overall design encapsulates rebirth of an archaic into contemporary.
Photography by: Nick Paniashvili, Ana Gabashvili and Anna Tsitsishvili