The 203-room hotel is part of the brand's plans to expand with the addition of approximately 50 new hotels in the next three years.
The property is the second Sheraton hotel in Georgia, alongside the Sheraton Metechi Palace in Tblisi.
Sheraton Hotels and Resorts senior vice president Hoyt H Harper said: "The Sheraton Batumi is emblematic of our continued focus to grow the Sheraton brand's already robust presence globally by working with our proven development partners to ensure we have best-in-class properties wherever our guests want to travel."
The property offers two restaurants, a spa and indoor and outdoor pools.
Event spaces include a 929sqm ballroom, six meeting rooms and a business centre.