13 AUGUST 2018
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The first Hyatt hotel in the Greek capital and the first Grand Hyatt-branded property in Greece has arrived with the opening of the luxury Grand Hyatt Athens on Syngrou Avenue, next to the Onassis Cultural Centre.
The hotel, which has been developed by international real estate investment companies Henderson Park and Hines, is being managed by the Kokari company and is the second Hyatt property in Greece after the Hyatt Regency Thessaloniki.
General manager Nikos Trikourakis said a feature of the 309-room property, which includes 38 suites, was its celebration of iconic Greek culture through curated art reminiscent of ancient Athens alongside originals from the Museum of Cycladic Art.
The rooftop features the Penthouse Restaurant and outdoor swimming pool with views of the Acropolis. Guests can also dine in the lounge-style Aphrodite bar in the lobby.
For events, Grand Hyatt Athens offers almost 21,500sq ft of flexible event space and seven flexible multi-functional meeting spaces accommodating up to 1,000 guests.
Conference facilities are equipped with the latest audio-visual technology paired with dedicated 24/7 personal assistance to ensure that functions and meetings run smoothly.
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