The resort town of Borjomi is located in the southeastern part of Georgia, in the Mtkvari river gorge. At between 810-850 meters above sea level Borjomi is one of the lower mountainous resorts in the region. The town rests among a series if mountains that are covered with coniferous and deciduous forests.
The gorge wherein the city lies is protected and maintains a more stable climate and is protected from drastic shifts in temperature. Borjomi is situated in a stretch of a low-altitude forest of the subtropical zone and this is the reason for the particularities of its climate. For the most part, the weather is dry and the sky is blue. Summer is warm in Borjomi but the weather begins to turn cold near the end of October. The Borjomi winter reasonably is mild, with occasional snowfalls between December and March.
Borjomi is well known for its mineral waters that have been revered for centuries for having positive healing affects on people with digestion disorders. Archaeological excavations have revealed the existence of stone bathes in the area, proving that these mineral waters have been utilized by people for thousands of years.
The original name of the gorge was Tori. It has variety of historical sights, including: the castles of three brothers (Petre, Gogia and Sali) and various churches and monasteries built between the 6th and 12th centuries. The Romanov Palace, constructed at the end of the 18th century by Tsar Nicholas, accentuates the role Borjomi has played for royalty and commoners alike throughout its history.
The state has recently established the Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park to help preserve the beautiful and unique nature of Borjomi.
The Hotel BORJOMIS KHEOBA meaning "Borjomi Gorge" is situated in the middle of the town and offers its guests a stunning view of both the city and the Mtkvari River.