Eridanus offers 39 rooms, many with a view to the Acropolis, as well as spacious venues suitable for meetings.
According to Athenaeum Hotels General Manager Panos Intzidis, the hotel aims to soon regain its position as a meeting point for travelers and locals in Athens.
The group is planning to proceed with a major revamp program, which will include the hotel’s rooms and public areas, as well as the addition of new venues.
“The new hotel offers a number of options for business and leisure travelers, as well as companies that wish to conduct their meetings in an upscale affordable environment throughout the year,” said Director of Sales & Marketing Liana Tabourea.
Apart from Eridanus, the Athenaeum Hotels Group operates another three hotels in Athens: The four-star Athenaeum Grand Hotel, which offers 92 rooms and suites; the four-star Athenaeum Palace & Luxury Suites with 109 rooms and suites, and the Athenaeum Smart Hotel with 53 rooms.