Awarded Greece’s Leading Business & Conference Hotel time and again the Athenaeum InterContinental Athens combines contemporary design with unparalleled level of services.

Within a short distance from the business centre, the 553 contemporary and spacious rooms of the hotel provide sweeping views of the Acropolis & Lycabettus Mount. Club InterContinental on the hotel’s 8th & 9th floors provide guests with upgraded facilities and exclusive complimentary services, while the Deluxe rooms & suites, boasting the highest standards of quality and aesthetics, offer a variety of exclusive conveniences appreciated by the modern day traveller.

The meeting facilities of the hotel, with a total floor space of 6,000 sqm and 35 break out rooms, guarantee the success of all types of events. The Athenaeum Ballroom, the largest column free conference venue in Athens, accommodates up to 1500 delegates. With the launch of the Acropolis Terrace showcasing 600 sqm of open air space with views of the city’s renowned landmarks, the current options for the local and global conference market are significantly enhanced.

A visit to the award winning Première on the 10th floor of the hotel will reward you with gourmet Mediterranean specialties and stunning views of the Athenian skyline. On the lobby level, you can visit Cafezoe, the elegant breakfast venue, Art Lounge & Art Bistrot, the cosmopolitan meeting place in the heart of the hotel and the retro deluxe Tobar.

The cutting edge Technogym equipped fitness centre, the natural I-Spa retreat and the relaxing outdoor pool guarantee to replenish your body, spirit & mind.

The Athenaeum InterContinental’s art collection, which features over 350 authentic works of Modern Greek Art in all guestrooms and public areas, forms an integral part of the hotel’s identity and since its opening singles it out from any other hotel in the country. “The idea was to be able to provide a stimulating visual and aesthetic experience to our visitors and guests binned with our commitment and belief in supporting creativity and artistic talent in general”, Mr Dakis Joannou stated when planning the Athenaeum InterContinental Athens.