St. George Lycabettus

  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
  • St. George Lycabettus Gallery - Europe: Kolonaki - STG
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Insider Tip
  • Just a five-minute walk from the hotel, a funicular runs up to the summit of Lycabettus Hill, crowned by the tiny whitewashed church of St George. The highest vantage point in town, it affords panoramic views. Close by, an open-air theater hosts summer concerts.
Hotel Overview
  • Shopping, entertainment
    Built on the slopes of Mount Lycabettus, this hotel is in chic Kolonaki, the most exclusive quarter for shopping and entertainment.
  • Bold décor
    Decorated with boldly colored Missoni fabrics, the 154 suites and guestrooms feature marble bathrooms and views of the Acropolis.
  • Rooftop pool
    A small, open-air rooftop pool affords unforgettable views over Athens, as does the acclaimed restaurant, Le Grand Balcon.
What to Expect:
  • In upmarket Kolonaki, an immaculately dressed doorman greets visitors as they pass through sliding glass doors into a spacious reception area adorned with leather armchairs, pine floors, vases of freshly cut flowers, and discreet lighting. Purpose-built in 1973, this six-storey hotel offers a peaceful, relaxed atmosphere, appreciated by businesspeople and discerning tourists alike.
Amenity Highlights:
  • The interior was remodeled in 2001, bringing in modern furnishing and hi-tech facilities. Le Grand Balcon offers refined dining and romantic nighttime views, while the trendy Frame bar-restaurant serves up informal meals. Guests can shop at the Afternoon Boutique, stocking clothes and accessories by contemporary Greek designers. In summer, guests can relax at the rooftop pool, set off against the rugged, pine-scented slopes of Lycabettus Hill. The newly-opened 'Sensia' Spa centre offers guests a range of treatments such as a hot tub with underwater lighting for chromatotherapy, and face and body treatments using products by Kenzo.

Location:

2 KLEOMENOUS ST
Athens,
Greece

Region: 
  • Athens
  • Airport:

    Athens El. Venizelos Airport ATH
  • This hotel has 154 guestrooms, all of which were fully remodeled in 2001, when contemporary furnishings and high-tech facilities were introduced. Each room is individually decorated with color-coordinated bed linens, floor-to-ceiling sweeping curtains and carpets. Desks have high-speed Internet access (surcharge). All rooms have en-suite marble bathrooms.
Room Amenities: 
  • Air conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • Bathroom telephone
  • Cable/satellite TV
  • Cassette player
  • CD player
  • Child care (in room, surcharge)
  • Climate control
  • Clock radio
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Complimentary toiletries
  • Cribs (infant beds) available
  • Electronic check-out
  • Electronic/magnetic keys
  • Extra towels/bedding in room
  • Hair dryer
  • Housekeeping
  • Hypo-allergenic bedding available
  • In-room safe
  • Internet access - high speed
  • Internet access - surcharge
  • Iron/ironing board (on request)
  • Makeup mirror
  • Minibar
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Pay movies
  • Premium TV channel(s)
  • Private bathroom
  • Rollaway beds
  • Sewing kit
  • Slippers
  • Television
  • Trouser press
  • VCR
  • Voice mail
  • Wake-up calls
  • Window opens
Property Amenities
  • Throughout summer, the rooftop pool offers a welcome retreat from the noise and heat of the city below. White canvas deckchairs line the perimeter of the emerald green basin, while a small bar serves refreshments. The adjoining mini gym functions throughout the year, upon request.

    On the ground floor, the Afternoon Boutique displays a limited selection of fashion items bearing the names of some of Greece's top designers, while the Elias salon is the in-house hairdressers.

    Tony's Bar has been given over to a small informal business center, with two computers with high-speed internet access (fee). Faxing and photocopying can be carried out at the reception. There are three conference areas: The Grand Balcon and Aphrodite, accommodating up to 400 participants, the Andros Hall for 250, and the Phaedra-Hydra Hall for 500.

  • 24-hour front desk
  • Air-conditioned public areas
  • Banquet facilities
  • Bar/lounge
  • Breakfast available (surcharge)
  • Business services
  • Coffee in lobby
  • Coffee shop or cafe´
  • Complimentary newspapers in lobby
  • Computer rental
  • Concierge desk
  • Concierge services
  • Conference room(s)
  • Currency exchange
  • Doorman/doorwoman
  • Dry cleaning service
  • Elevator/lift
  • Event catering
  • Exhibit space
  • Fitness equipment
  • Hair salon
  • Internet access in public areas - high speed
  • Internet access in public areas - surcharge
  • Laundry facilities
  • Limo or Town Car service available
  • Medical assistance available
  • Multilingual staff
  • Parking (secure)
  • Parking (surcharge)
  • Parking (valet)
  • Poolside bar
  • Porter/bellhop
  • Restaurant(s) in hotel
  • Room service (limited hours)
  • Safe-deposit box - front desk
  • Secretarial services
  • Shoe shine
  • Supervised child care/activities
  • Swimming pool - outdoor seasonal
  • Tour assistance
  • Translation services
  • Wedding services
Policies
  • Local tax is not included in the price but will be added at the time of payment.
    Extra person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
    Rollaways and cribs (infant beds) may be available and should be requested at the time of booking; fees may apply.
    Photo identification and credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
    Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in. Special requests made via this Web site cannot be guaranteed and may incur additional charges.

  • Small pets only
Check-in time: 
  • 2 PM
Check-out time: 
  • Noon
Dining
  • Le Grand Balcon
    Located on the sixth floor, this restaurant offers unforgettable nighttime views over Athens. Through summer, sliding glass doors open onto a large terrace area. The interior is decorated almost entirely in white, leaving the focus on the city lights and the food. The restaurant is open for dinner only (Tuesday-Saturday) and the signature dish is Grilled Fillet of Beef Charolais with Mushroom Risotto. Le Grand Balcon is frequented by hotel guests, business people out to impress, and romantic couples. American Buffet breakfast is also served here.
  • Frame
    Opened in 2001, this bar-restaurant and lounge comprises an airy, double-height space, adorned with 70s revival decor: perspex, chrome, animal skin throws, and orange and brown fabrics. It is open for coffee, snacks, lunch and dinner daily, and on Sundays serves brunch. Through summer, Frame also operates in a marquee garden space across the road, especially popular with young, glamorous Athenians.
Recreation
  • Through summer, the open-air rooftop pool provides for swimming and sunbathing.

    The steep slopes of Lycabettus Hll are crisscrossed by a network of footpaths, which wind their way between rocky outcrops and dense Mediterranean vegetation. Perfect for an early evening stroll, the paths are also popular with fitness buffs and joggers.

    The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or near the hotel; fees may apply.

  • Aerobics
  • Golfing
  • Running track/path
  • Scooter/Moped Rentals
  • Tennis
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