Piazza Batumi is one of the most beautiful squares in Georgia. Built around a 5700 sq/m area, Piazza Batumi is distinguished by its one-of-a-kind mosaic and stained-glass art. Completed in 2010, the piazza's chief architect was Vazha Orbeladze. The Estonian artist Dolores Hoffman designed and created Piazza Batumi’s unique stained-glass windows. The author of the biggest figurative marble mosaic in Europe is Georgian designer Natalia Amirejibi de Pita.
There are several hotels and café restaurants located on Piazza Batumi.
In just a few short years, the square has become a popular international entertainment venue. In recent years, it has hosted the concerts of famous Georgian and foreign performers, including Placido Domingo, Chris Botti, Sting, Macy Grey, Michel Legrand and Tamar Gverdtsiteli.