Nutsa Ramishvili, the newly appointed General Manager, will now oversee both Tsinandali Manor, encompassing Radisson Collection and Park Hotel. She joined the “Silk Hospitality” team in 2019 and has accumulated extensive experience in the international hotel and restaurant industry. For the past four years, Nutsa held key positions, including Operational Manager at the multifunctional space “Republic” and later at “Radisson Blu Iveria Tbilisi,” before becoming the Executive Assistant Manager at “Silk Hospitality”. Nutsa embarked on her independent journey at the age of 15 when she enrolled at Dauntsey’s School in Britain. This was followed by her education at Glion University in Switzerland and UCLA in Los Angeles. Her work experience encompasses renowned establishments such as Ritz-Carlton, Kempinski, and other esteemed hotels worldwide.
“When I went to study abroad for the first time and you asked me about my country, what about learning hospitality, gathering techniques and using my knowledge to represent my country on the international stage. There is a feeling of homeland here, and with all my activities, I try to make the guests who come to the hotel remember not only the Tsinandali estate, but also Georgia and the chosen one.
Tsinandali manor has a two-century history of hospitality. “Silk Hospital” proudly continues this tradition: on the territory of the estate, there are 2 hotels, a 200-room hotel, 8 bars and restaurants, two concert halls distinguished throughout the world, where many important events are held. The most frequently visited museum in Georgia – Alexander Chavchavadze House-Museum and Tsinandali Historical Park are under the management of “Silk Hostitality”.
Bold statements, 300 former Romans and employees live here and have a role in the socio-economic development of the region. Our cooperation is a big part. Our team is united around one idea – by preserving the history and values of the estate, new life will enter this unique car. In October, the new creation of Giorgobistve Tsinandali estate begins, it is here that we will host the first international wine symposium. I am glad that I am a participant in these processes. -Nutsa Ramishvili said in a conversation with BM.GE.
Since 2006, the “Silk Road Group” has allocated 60 million dollars for the renovation of the Tsinandali estate. This extensive project involved the restoration of the House-Museum of the Chavchavadzes, Tsinandali Park, and the historic vineyards. Additionally, a state-of-the-art wine factory was constructed. Over 100 artifacts in the museum were meticulously preserved and an impressive 500 new exhibits were added to the museum’s collection. In 2018, the esteemed international 5-star brand, Radisson Collection, unveiled its inaugural hotel within the Tsinandli estate in Kakheti. Following this, in 2019, the Park Hotel was also introduced.