area, Kolonaki shopping area, Lycabettus Mountain, National Archaeological Museum, National Gallery, Museum of Cycladic Art, New Benaki Museum
, Byzantine and Christian Museum, Gazi area
Hilton Athens is not just a hotel. It's a legacy in Athens. An architectural marvel, the Hilton Athens was built in 1963 and was fully renovated in 2003 to be able to cope with the next episode in its ever interesting life. The hotel boasts 506 spacious rooms and some of the best city views available. You can almost touch the Acropolis! If you often travel for business and seek personal service and quietness, choose a room on the Executive floor, where you can check-in at a private Front Desk and relax in the Executive Lounge which offers breakfast, snacks and drinks throughout the day. Hilton Athens has now even more conference space following the extension of the “Santorini” meeting-room which is part of the Hilton Meetings™, an international trademark that represents the benchmark for excellence. The nine Hilton Meetings are all named after Greek islands and are equipped with eight-hour chairs, individually adjustable climate control, flipcharts, white-boards and overhead projectors, high speed wireless internet, automatic fixed screens, stationery kits, wardrobe and mini-bar with soft drinks. Moreover, they are connected to the Business Center featuring computers, printers, fax and a dedicated staff providing secretarial support when needed. In this way, Hilton Athens “brings the office” to your delegates and provides the ideal venues for break-out sessions, workshops and lunches that are usually part of big conferences. Hilton Athens has 22 meeting rooms in total, the largest of which can host up to 1300 people. All venues have natural daylight and offer maximum flexibility for all types of events. The hotel features four restaurants and two bars among which Galaxy Bar, the favourite hangout of celebrities and citizens of the world. In a romantic, inspiring setting of contemporary chic, savor a cocktail, enjoy the latest international music selected by the DJ and be transported by the exhilarating panoramic view of the Acropolis, Lycabettus and the city of Athens. A point of reference among the Athenians, the Byzantine Restaurant is a timeless institution patronized by politicians and celebrities alike, where you can choose from a variety of exquisite Mediterranean dishes and traditional Greek specialties. The hotel also features the famous upscale Greek restaurant Milos that, after Montreal and New York, opened in Athens. Located in the lobby of the Hilton Athens, the Aethrion Lounge is the meeting place of high-profile Athenians. Relax in a soothing, sophisticated setting enhanced by snug couches, wooden floors, diffused lighting and LCD screens. Choose an aperitif from a wide selection of drinks or treat yourself to a light snack of Japanese delicacies. During summertime, refresh and nourish body and soul in an urban oasis. Featuring the city's largest outdoor pool, Oasis Bar & Grill is the ultimate getaway from the summer heat and a favourite among VIPs who can be spotted sipping chilled beverages poolside and enjoying light lunches “al fresco”. And when the sunset casts its kaleidoscopic hues over Athens, Galaxy Roof Restaurant is the place to be. After dark, the Hilton rooftop transforms into a singular setting under a spectacular display of stars enhanced by a magnificent view of the Acropolis, stylish, comfortable surroundings, soft music and an à la carte selection of international cuisine. For a spa getaway or some pampering time away from the real world, what could be better than one of Athens' finest health-clubs? The Hiltonia Spa invites you to discover a perfect sanctuary of relaxation and renewal offering an endless array of health and beauty treatments. The hotel has always been functioning in a multidimensional way in the city of Athens. It does not just expose art as part of the decoration but it incorporates famous art pieces in its whole existence. Hilton Athens is constantly investing efforts in culture by hosting exhibitions of Greek and foreign artists. These initiatives enhance the commitment of the hotel towards the enrichment of the Athenian art scene.
Details / Other Expenses
|Year of Last Renovation:||2003|
|Corridors:||All Rooms Have Interior Hallways|
|Non Smoking Rooms:||506|
|Room Windows:||Windows Do Open|
|Meeting Rooms:||23 |
|Dist. to Food/Bars:|| On-site |
|Dist. to Nearest Gym:|| On-site | Policies / Expenses
|Nightly Parking:||€ 35|
|Typical Group Deposit:||85%|
|Total Taxes:|| 6.50%|
|Total Misc Fees:||$0.00 USD |
(mandatory resort fees/taxes)
|City Tax:|| 0.50%|
|VAT: Value Added Tax:|| 6.50 VAT % Inclusive|
|Food and Beverage Tax:||23.00%|
|Parking Fee:||30.00 Per Night (EUROS)|
Amenities / Features Pet Friendly? Yes! Pets are allowed.
Allowed, Euro 55.00 supplement to the room per stay. Only small dogs allowed.
Airport & Shuttle Information
Just 25 minutes from Athens International Airport by direct subway.Directions : By car/taxiTake Attiki Odos Avenue and follow the Y1 exit to Katechaki avenue, which leads to Messogion avenue. When you reach the end of Messogion avenue, turn left to Vassilissis Sofias Avenue. Follow the road for roughly 1 kilometre and the Hilton Athens hotel is on the left-hand side.Distance from airport: 30 kmBy busTake Bus Route X95 and get off at "Ilissia" station, which is right across the hotel.The cost of the ticket is at 5 EUR per person.By metroTake the blue line towards Aigaleo and get off at "Evangelismos" station, which is situated at a 3-minute walking distance from the hotel.The cost of the ticket is at 8 EUR per person.
Airport Shuttle? Sorry
airport shuttle available.
About Hilton Hotels and Resorts
- Bed & Breakfast Packages for two at select locations
- Have serenity beds made by Serta and Peter Thomas Roth hair & skincare bath amenities
- Pre-arrival planning services
- Pet Friendly Program
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