Hilton Athens: A legacy in the heart of Athens

Hilton Athens: A legacy in the heart of Athens

The ‘Hilton Athens’ is located in the heart of Athens city, a few meters away from the metro station “Evangelismos”, which offers a connection to the Syntagma Square in 5 minutes. It offers elegant rooms, 3 swimming pools, the popular Galaxy Bar on the top floor of the building with an extraordinary view and 5 unique restaurants. The hotel is proud of its 506 spacious rooms and the wonderful view of the Acropolis.

For those who seek a business class traveling and need personal service and tranquility, there are deluxe rooms on the Executive floor; where they can check-in to the exclusive reception floor and relax at the Executive Lounge that offers breakfast, snack and drinks throughout the day.

The ‘Milos Restaurant’ serves Greek gourmet specialties, such as fresh fish. It is one of the favorite restaurants of the city famous.

In the ‘Byzantino’ restaurant you can enjoy a Mediterranean buffet or “à la carte” menu. Extra tip, there you can find the richest Sunday brunch in Athens.

In the elegant ‘Galaxy Bar’ rooftop you can taste cocktails and rare drinks with view of the Acropolis and the rest of the Athens, from the outdoor terrace. When night falls, the Galaxy Restaurant is the ideal choice for a romantic dinner.

During summer months, the pool of Hilton (the largest in the city) is a timeless meeting point for the V.I.P., who tends to drink refreshing cocktails and enjoy light meals at the ‘Oasis Pool Bar & Grill’ which is a respectable choice for Mediterranean cuisine and snacks.

The Hiltonia Spa calls you to discover an oasis of relaxation in the city center. Discover the fully equipped gym with the latest equipment ‘Precor’ and feel revitalized after a dive in the large indoor swimming pool. Get refreshed after choosing the perfect massage for your body.

The ‘Hilton Athens’ is the ideal choice for conferences and events. It has 22 well appointed auditoriums, all with natural light and capacity up to 1300 people. Nine of these called Hilton Meeting and are compliant to the necessary international standards for smaller business meetings.

The ‘Hilton Athens’ is not just a hotel, it is an integral part of the business, social and cultural life of the city. The simple, discreet presence of contemporary art in its premises, the painting and sculpture exhibitions and organized festivals, shows the desire of its administration to be also a cultural reference point.