The Divani Caravel hotel, one of the Greek capital’s historic hotels, has completed a major renovation project and is reintroducing Athens’ guests to its modern premises, unique experiences and stunning views.
“The hotel’s dynamic revamp has transformed all its facilities, starting from the reception and conference halls to the rooms, suites, conference and dinning facilities,” the hotel’s management said in an announcement.
More specifically, the hotel’s newly designed lobby now features wooden surfaces and a brand new marble floor with geometric elements.
Divani Caravel’s refurbished rooms and suites feature ergonomic design and technology amenities that meet the demands of modern visitors.
Furthermore, they include a working space with unlimited city views and modern decoration.
The Divani Caravel hotel has also created a new “family” category of rooms, and has given special emphasis in its new “Divine Suite” concept, aiming to offer a unique accommodation experience to demanding visitors.
“The elegant decoration and design offer a unique atmosphere and a new dimension in hospitality, that goes beyond comfort and luxury,” management said.
New dinnning options
The hotel’s new era is also marked by its newly established dining facilities.
The Juju Bar & Restaurant opened its doors in late 2018, and has already become the “talk of the town”. Its interior design has been inspired by the 1963 surrealist comedy-drama film “8 ½”, directed by Federico Fellini, while the rich menu consists of new flavors and classic dishes.
Moreover, the hotel’s Constantinople Café has been fully refurbished and combines modern decoration with classical aesthetics. The café has been separated from the dinning area, while the wooden columns have added a new dimension to the space, which is now more cozy and hospitable.
The hotel’s renovation project was also extended to its conference and events halls, which now feature modern design, state-of-the-art equipment, new information management systems and wifi.