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Revamped Poseidon Athens Hotel Receives TripAdvisor 2018 Certificate of Excellence

Poseidon Athens Hotel

Poseidon Athens Hotel

Having recently completed an ambitious renovation project, the Poseidon Athens Hotel, located in Paleo Faliro on the Athenian Riviera was honored with the TripAdvisor 2018 Certificate of Excellence for its luxury hospitality services.

It is the fourth consecutive year the hotel receives the distinction, which is determined by traveler reviews and ratings on TripAdvisor.

The Certificate of Excellence accounts for the quality, quantity and recency of reviews submitted by travelers on TripAdvisor over a 12-month period. To qualify, a business must maintain an overall TripAdvisor bubble rating of at least four out of five, have a minimum number of reviews and must have been listed on TripAdvisor for at least 12 months.

The pool area of the Poseidon Athens Hotel.

“[The distinction] is the result of the effort and consistency of our staff to provide our customers with exceptional personalized services,” the hotel’s management said in an announcement.

In efforts to further upgrade its infrastructure and offer high-quality luxury services, the Poseidon Athens Hotel has proceeded with the total makeover of its rooms and suites; its indoor and outdoor facilities. More specifically, brand new features were applied to the existing infrastructure including new lighting, comfortable furniture and modern bathrooms with stunning view.

The roof garden offers a stunning view of the Paleo Faliro coast. Photo Source: @Poseidon Athens Hotel

The roof garden offers a stunning view of the sunset and the Paleo Faliro coast. Photo Source: @Poseidon Athens Hotel

The roof garden has been transformed into a modern luxurious terrace with signature furniture, high-quality hardwood in light earthy tones and lavish details.

The Poseidon Athens Hotel is considered ideal for business and leisure travelers due to its proximity to Athens’ city center and sites of significant archaeological interest in the greater Attica region.

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