President Hotel Athens

President Hotel Athens[2] is a hotel located in Ampelokipi, Athens. It is the tallest hotel in Greece with a height of 68 m and has 22 floors. Construction started in 1974 and ended in 1978.[3] The hotel building has an area of 34,280 sq. m. It was designed by the famous Greek architect Ioannis Vikelas and it was completely renovated in 2004. On the 21st floor of the hotel there is a restaurant and bar as well as a swimming pool. Many events also happen, usually DJ gigs. The hotel also offers Breakfast Buffets, Lunch and Dinner. The hotel has a total of 517 rooms and 918 beds.[4] It is the leading 4-star hotel of Athens regarding the room occupancy rate, with a total of 68% for 2018.[5]

President Hotel
Alternative namesPresident Hotel Athens
General information
LocationAthens, Greece
AddressKifissias Avenue 43,
Coordinates37°59′21″N 23°45′49″E / 37.9892°N 23.7636°E / 37.9892; 23.7636
OwnerGEKE Hotel & Tourism Company
Height68 m (223 ft)
Technical details
Floor count22
Design and construction
Architect(s)Ioannis Vikelas
Other information
Number of rooms517 [1]

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References edit

  1. ^ The hotel business sector in Greece during the crisis: the case of "GEKE Hotel & Tourism Company (owner company of President Hotel Athens)", Master Thesis, Konstantinidou Eleni, University of Macedonia, Greece (2014), pdf (in Greek)
  2. ^ Official website of President Hotel Athens
  3. ^ GmbH, Emporis. "President Hotel, Athens | 110582 | EMPORIS". Archived from the original on April 18, 2015. Retrieved 2018-03-27.
  4. ^ President Hotel Athens information in hotel booking website
  5. ^ Financial results report (2018) pdf, (in Greek)

37°59′21″N 23°45′49″E / 37.9892°N 23.7636°E / 37.9892; 23.7636