Following the acquisition of the “Hotels of Athens” group, Brown continues to invest in the center of Athens through the opening of hotels that offer travelers immersive accommodation and entertainment options “with the aim to establish the Greek capital as the ultimate travel destination for every taste and demand,” an announcement said.
Brown Hotels recently reopened the Kubic Athens Smart Hotel, a “smart technology” hotel located in the city center, that combines cutting-edge technology solutions and industrial design.
Through its specially designed, interactive applications, guests can organize every detail of their trip – from check-in to room temperature. The rooms have been designed according to the highest technology standards and feature smart TVs, high-speed wifi, USB hubs, VoIP phones and tablet devices that enable guests to fully control the operation of their room.
The Kubic Athens Smart Hotel also includes a rooftop terrace, a fully equipped gym, a playroom, a conference room, a business center and more.
Brown Hotels will soon redesign the hotel’s facilities in accordance with the group’s distinctive identity and character.
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The hotel offers 87 rooms, each with a private balcony, a spacious terrace with views to the city, a large living room on the mezzanine floor with a pool table and a library in the lobby.
According to the announcement, Brown Hotels will soon proceed with the renovation and opening of three more hotels in Athens: the Museum Hotel, My Athens hotel and Pythagorion Hotel.