King George II


The King George II is one of the finest hotels in the heart of Athens, located at the Syntagma Constitution Square. It impressively combines the splendour of a one-time palace with discrete, attentive service and a highly modern décor.


Ideally situated, the city, which is both ancient and modern, is only a few minutes’ walk away. The Acropolis, the wonderful old town district Pláka, the Greek Parliament and Byzantine Museum as well as busy shopping, business and finance districts invite you read more » to explore.


Built in 1936 and renovated in 2004, the comfortable first-class hotel offers finest luxury on nine stories and in no less than 105 rooms and suites.


Elegant décor and a lush, stately atmosphere best describe the Tudor Hall Restaurant and the exclusive King George Club Lounge. Further facilities include a coiffeur, bar and business and internet facilities.


In addition, the hotel provides impeccable room and laundry services. One of the world’s top hotels, the King George II combines traditions with modern comforts and personal service, exceeding even the highest expectations.


Hotel guests visiting the fitness centre can request a personal trainer. Incidentally, the King George is a popular venue among celebrities. The famous Tudor Hall restaurant is frequented by politicians and stars.


The exceptional gourmet temple features a majestic glass cupola and an exquisite menu composed of Greek specialities and Nouvelle-Cuisine. Moreover, restaurant guests enjoy a splendid view of the city.


What more can you wish for? Luxurious comforts at the heart of Athens!


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Experience true elegance at the King George II’s 105 rooms and suites. Most rooms offer a view of the famous Syntagma Constitution Square, with the top stories commanding a breathtaking panorama of the read more » Acropolis and Mount Lycabettus.


Each of the 81 rooms and 24 suites is individually designed and equipped with handmade furniture, precious silk and satin. The bathrooms are decked out in precious marble and feature a hairdryer, fluffy cotton towels, luxurious bathing robes and Bulgari toiletries.


Furthermore, each room sports a comfortable desk, bedside dimmer, direct-dial telephone, computer and fax connection, answering machine, satellite-TV, air-conditioning, mini-bar and electronic safe.


The splendidly furnished Tudor Bar is located on the seventh storey. Greek and international delicacies are seasoned with a spectacular view of Athens.


The Tudor Room restaurant specialises on regional gourmet and international cuisine, again, the delightful cuisine is enhanced by a stunning view of the Acropolis.


The King George Club Lounge is located in the hotel lobby. Enjoy delicious desserts and a large selection of coffee and tea specialities.


The hotel bar is the perfect spot to enjoy a cocktail mixed to perfection after dinner while settling into the comfortable sofas and admiring the brightly lit Acropolis.


Amazing! The reception area with marble flooring, ceiling-high potted plants and antique furniture is tastefully decked-out in an inspiring traditional design.


Thanks to its central location, the King George II is the perfect starting point for a tour of Athens most beautiful sights.


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The King George II is one of the most exclusive buildings in the district: apart from soaking in the wonderful indoor pool, guests may enjoy a walk in the gardens. Furthermore, a whirlpool, sauna, steam read more » bath and fitness studio offering professional massages are at the guest’s disposal.


For those wanting to discover the capital of Greece, the King George II – a historic palace – is the ideal accommodation as it is located in the heart of Athens. All the famous sights, attractions and shopping venues are located just a short walk away. The Snytagma Metro-Station lies in close vicinity of the hotel.


Discover Athens on foot: the Acropolis, as the most prominent attraction, must be included in your sight-seeing programme. Enjoy a stunning view of the city. The over 3000 year old historic site graces a 150 metres high limestone hill dominating the city of Athens.


The Acropolis’ most famous buildings are the Parthenon-Temple of the Goddess Athena, the Erechtheion-Temple, the graceful Nike-Temple and the marble Propylaea.


Further ancient sites and churches are found within the Acropolis and in the historic district Pláka. Discover the Great and Little Mitropolis, the Monument of Lysikrates and the Hellenistic children’s museum.


This lively district is frequented by tourists and Athenians alike. Numerous souvenir shops and a number of restaurants invite guests to while away a few entertaining hours. Visit one of the oldest cities of Europe. Athens is always worth a trip!


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