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Many four and five star hotels in Athens

On March 15, 2020, the new five-star boutique hotel Green Suites, located next to the Ano Patisia metro station, is expected to open. Hotel Green Suites, which is being built at st. McMilana 8, will have 45 rooms and suites, a rooftop with a cafe-bar, a swimming pool and panoramic views of Athens and a conference room.

Last year, Athens first overcame the barrier of 6 million foreign visitors, which confirmed its status as a European advanced destination.

With a positive seven-year increase in overseas traffic, Athens has consistently welcomed new boutique hotels as well as four- and five-star hotels, while industry professionals – both domestic and international – are trying to capitalize on the country’s ever-growing tourism records.

In 2019 alone, about 40 new, small and large hotel units were added in Attica, and in the new year, which began a few days ago, new hotel units will have to change the hotel map of the capital.

The beginner of the coming year is the new five-star Athens Capital Hotel – Mgallery, the Lampsatu Lascarides Group (Megali Vtania, King George, Sheraton Rhodes Resort and others), located on Syntagma Square, and will begin operations in the first week of April, under the management of a large French hotel chain Accor. Investments totaling 22 million euros will add to Athens a new five-star hotel with 158 rooms and 19 suites, an elegant restaurant on the 9th floor and halls for corporate meetings and events.

On Omonia Square

The radically restored historic hotel Acropol at Omonia Square (1 Piraeus Street) from the international hotel chain Brown Hotels will soon reopen. Through the hotel, renamed Brown Acropol, its Israeli managers strive to transform the historic Omonia district into a domestic and global tourist market. The four-star Brown Acropol boasts 165 rooms and suites, conference rooms for up to 450 people and a rooftop bar-restaurant with unique panoramic views.

The new five-star boutique hotel Green Suites is expected to open on March 15, 2020, near the Ano Patisia metro station. The Green Suites hotel, which is being built at: st. McMilana 8, will have 45 rooms and suites, a rooftop with a cafe-bar, a swimming pool and panoramic views of Athens and a conference room.

Zoia Aiolou and Zoia Nikiou are also two new boutique hotels, which are expected to open this year in the center of Athens. Zoia Aiolou will have 30 rooms and a rooftop overlooking the Acropolis, while Zoia Nikiou will be housed in a 1758-square-meter building, built in the late 1960s and converted into a 26-room hotel.

As a boutique hotel, it will open in 2020, after reconstruction, and the building, which until recently was the Canadian Embassy in Athens. This is a separate seven-storey building with a total area of ​​1,629 sq. m, located at: st. Gennady 4 and Ipsilantou in the prestigious area of ​​Kolonaki. It was acquired by BriQ Properties of the Quest Holdings concern, Theodore Fess, President of the Federation of Enterprises and Industry.