The Ammon Zeus Hotel in Halkidiki, northern Greece, is opening its doors on July 1 and assures that it will meet the expectations of guests for hygiene, cleanliness and safety in the post-Covid-19 era.
Located in the Kallithea area, the Ammon Zeus Hotel is a luxury establishment, featuring 126 minimalist rooms and suites, two stylish restaurants, a spa, conference center, and swimming pools.
“After a long period of uncertainty, the Ammon Zeus Hotel will be opening its doors on the 1st of July, marking the beginning of a very different, yet still fabulous summer season,” the hotel’s management said in an announcement.
As underlined by management, the hotel is following the strictest health and safety protocols as directed by the Greek government.
Aiming to ensure the safest and smoothest experience for guests, the Ammon Zeus Hotel has taken a step further and is in the process of receiving an official certification on Covid-19 safety by TÜV AUSTRIA.
“Fewer people means more chances to enjoy the ultimate hospitality experience at the Ammon Zeus Hotel and Halkidiki in general,” management said, adding that Greece remains one of the safest destinations to visit in Europe in the post-coronavirus era.
“That is why here at the Ammon Zeus Hotel we aim to secure the safest and most memorable experience for our lovely guests.”
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Built in the 1960’s, the hotel was completely renovated in 2018. During its long history, the Ammon Zeus Hotel has served as a local landmark in the Kallithea area. To this day, it is the only hotel in Greece that sits adjacent to an ancient temple.