A Residence of Discrete Luxury in Athens - Dating back to 1930 and located in Athens's center, the 5-star King George, a Luxury Collection Hotel, represents the absolute essence of a fascinating boutique hotel. Perfectly situated for captivating experiences, a truly inspiring and gracious venue, King George is located within walking distance from the wonders of Athens. The Acropolis, Agora, Plaka, and Thission are nearby, so too are upmarket boutiques, world-renowned museums, and the city’s vibrant business district. With 102 rooms and suites, a Penthouse Suite with a private outdoor pool overlooking the fabled Acropolis, the awarded Tudor Hall Restaurant featuring authentic Greek cuisine and incomparable views of the city’s landmarks, King George finds its best expression in the outstanding personalized service. King George is within view of many notable monuments such as the Parthenon, Acropolis Hill, the New Acropolis Museum, and the Ancient Agora.
Rooms & Suites - Individual and reflective of the hotel’s rich legacy and distinguished heritage, each of the 102 guestrooms and suites has been designed to offer comfort and enriched living. Select rooms are fitted with a private patio or balcony. At the same time, all are furnished with oversized windows, a thoughtfully curated array of hand-picked antiques, classic connecting, hardwood floors, and plush silk drapes. Relaxation is a given, where The Luxury Collection Bed, dressed in custom Frette linen, provides deep comfort and unforgettable sleep. Simultaneously, modern technology, including flat-screen TV and USB sockets, adds to the transformative ambiance. Service is attentive and innate, with nightly turndown service and a fully-stocked refreshment center. All rooms and suites come with a marble-lined en-suite bathroom, a rainfall shower, and many bathtubs. Luxuriant bathrobes, slippers, and premium bath amenities provide enhanced pampering.
Dining - Encapsulating the hotel’s rare refinement, the signature restaurant, Tudor Hall Restaurant, presents neo-classical décor, iconic seventh-floor views of the Acropolis, and seasonal, modern Greek cuisine accompanied by specialty cocktails and an inspired array of Greek wines. The talented Executive Chef Asterios Koustoudis and his highly experienced team received one Toque d'Or award for Tudor Hall Restaurant with Chef de Cuisine Alexandros Koskinas. By the same token, the restaurant was additionally awarded for offering Greek cuisine.
Fitness - Refresh and Renew - A rejuvenating retreat in the center of the city - Featuring fitness treadmills, bicycles & elliptical machines, the modern equipment is adaptable to all fitness levels and routines. A parallel array of weight machines adds to the comprehensive offerings. A wall of mirrors and a carpeted stretching area with fitness balls create an inspiring warm-up or cool-down experience. A Finnish sauna is also featured, providing a wonderful way to unwind and relax. Complimentary bottled water and fresh fruit ensure guests leave energized and refreshed.
Area & Activities - Nestled in the heart of Athens, Europe’s oldest capital city - King George is within view of numerous iconic monuments and within walking distance of exclusive shopping areas, museums, and the bustling business district. This captivating collage includes heritage destinations, such as the Parthenon, Acropolis Hill, the New Acropolis Museum, and the ancient Agora—as well as historic communities, such as Plaka and Thission. Lined with cobblestone streets, these neighborhoods are home to bars and restaurants, small ouzerias, and tavernas. Further uniting the past and present, the Olympic Stadium of Modern Times, just five miles from the hotel—fuses ancient traditions with modern architecture. In contrast, the colorful Monastiraki Flea Market, less than a mile away, presents authentic relics and indigenous flavors. Additionally, Voukourestiou Street—walking distance from the hotel—features the city’s finest modern boutiques. Along with myriad human-made wonders, Athens also features an array of natural sights, including Lycabettus Hill, the National Gardens, which are also home to the celebrated Zappeion, and a stretch of seaside along the Saronic Gulf.