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The Best Hotels In Athens (Greece) For Business Travelers, 2019

Birthplace of democracy, Athens is full of history and culture. Acropolis and the temples on it have a massive significance in Greek Mythology. The hotels here are just as rich as the history of this city. For those who are planning their next business trip, here are the ten best hotels to stay in Athens, Greece.

  1. Hotel Grande Bretagne Athens.
    1 Vasileos Georgiou A, Syntagma Square Str, 10564, Athens, Greece
    Located near Syntagma Square, the Hotel Grande Bretagne has countless attractions nearby. Its hospitality is unparalleled thanks to magnificent rooms, brilliant service, a sumptuous spa, and amazing rooftop garden restaurant. The crème-de-la- crème of society stay here whenever they visit the city.
  2. Electra Metropolis Hotel.
    15 Mitropoleos, 105 57, Athens, Greece
    Like Hotel Grande Bretagne, Electra Metropolis is also located near Syntagma square. Acropolis Suites come with stunning views of the Acropolis. The roof terrace is the highlight of this hotel, thanks to the small pool and scenic views of the Parthenon.
  3. Divani Caravel Hotel.
    2 Vassileos Alexandrou ave. 16121, Athens, Greece
    A member of the Leading Hotels of the World, Divani Caravel is located in the heart of the city. Easily accessible from the airport, they provide great rooms and deluxe suites. It offers amazing views to the city, especially those of the Acropolis and Lycabettus Hill.
  4. Hotel King George Palace Athens.
    3 Vasileos Georgiou A’ str., Syntagma Square, Athens 105 64, Greece
    Delicious Greek cuisine served in the backdrop of splendid views of the Acropolis makes the Tudor Hall Restaurant standout in this luxury hotel. As it is quite close to its sister hotel, the Grande Bretagne, guests can also access the GB Spa and the GB Corner Gift and Flavors shop.
  5. Four Seasons Astir Palace Hotel Athens.
    40 Apollonos Street, Vouliagmeni, 16671, Athens, Greece
    Greece’s first Four Seasons hotel, the Astir Palace Hotel is set in the Athenian Riviera. Thanks to its spa center and a private beach area, a visit to this hotel is one brilliant indulgence for your body and mind.
  6. NJV Athens Plaza.
    Leof. Vasileos Georgiou 2, Athina 105 64, Greece
    Another hotel in the situated in the heart of the city, the NJV Athens Plaza is a stone’s throw away from the Greek Parliament. Even museums, historic sights, and nightlife areas are nearby. Overall the interiors and amenities are exceptional. Some of the suites come with brilliant views of the Acropolis. Imagine yourself waking up to the stunning views and enjoying breakfast in a private patio with your loved ones.
  7. Royal Olympic Hotel.
    Athanasiou Diakou 28, Athens, Greece 117 43
    Situated right in front of the Temple of Olympian Zeus, the Royal Olympic Hotel is equipped with an outdoor pool and a fitness center. the admirable suites and the roof garden restaurant-bar, “Ioannis” are the highlights of this hotel. Ioannis offers mesmerizing views of the Acropolis and Lycabettus Hill. Why not dine and wine in style in the on-site restro-bar of this hotel?
  8. Grecotel Pallas Athena.
    65, Athinas str. & Likourgou, GR-10551, Kotzia sq., Athens, Greece
    Located next to the Athens City Hall, the Grecotel Pallas Athena is known distinctly for its artistically decorated accommodations. Art is such an integral part of its identity that it is known as the “Art in the Heart of Athens”. An artistic stay with all the modern comforts is all you need for your Greek holiday, right?
  9. Coco-Mat Athens BC.
    36 Patriarchou Ioakeim str., Athens, Greece
    Just like its parent company, the Coco-Mat Athens BC hotel advocates for perfect sleep and extreme comfort. Equipped with an indoor pool and a spa center, major museums, Acropolis, and the Plaka are all within a walkable distance from the hotel. Characterized by modern décor, rooftop bar has some picturesque views to offer.
  10. St George Lycabettus Hotel.
    2 Kleomenous Street 106 75, Athens, Greece
    Ideally placed at the foot of the Lycabettus hill, one can enjoy the spectacular views of the Acropolis and Athens from the breakfast room and the restaurant. The amenities here are slightly offbeat – cinema, yoga sessions, and art gallery. Book this hotel for an experience like never before.

Some other noteworthy hotels that narrowly missed out on making our list:

  • Electra Palace
  • Athens Hilton
  • NEW Hotel
  • AthensWas Hotel
  • Wyndham Grand Hotel

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