After completing the first phase of the revamp, the Grand Hotel Palace in August extended renovation work to 48 rooms and four suites.
The hotel now offers a total of 117 renovated rooms and suites.
Its new Deluxe and Premium rooms offer a modern elegant style. The color of the wood in the shade of oak, both on the furniture and the floor, the simple lines and the combination of earthy materials with marble and metal, offer a feeling of luxury and create a warm and relaxing ambiance.
The same minimal lines dominate the space in the bathrooms, which are decorated with granite tiles in shades of gray. The hidden lighting and the shower’s rainfall system create a wellness environment.
Modern design and luxury materials have also been applied in the Deluxe Suites offering an upgraded hospitality experience.
The hotel’s two Grand Suites on the sixth floor have been design to provide guests with luxury and comfort. Each of the 80sqm suites features a spacious living room with a bioethanol fireplace, natural oak wall coverings with hidden lighting, a table made of marble from Thassos, a white laquer bar and office, as well as Corian surfaces in the bathroom.
Upgraded conference facilities
The Grand Hotel Palace has also completed the renovation of its 13 conference halls that cover an area of 2,500sqm. They offer natural light, advanced technology and can host meetings and conferences as well as social events and parties.
The hotel’s spacious Grace Hall can host up to 1,000 persons and features KNX adjustable lighting systems that offer a wide range of color options.
The Garden Hall offers natural light and direct access to the beautiful garden. It is ideal for business events and cocktail receptions.
In addition, the Grand Ballroom combines classic aesthetics with a modern look, while the outdoor facilities of The Garden, have become a favorite meeting point for guests and visitors.
The Grand Hotel Palace is located at a central point at the entrance of Thessaloniki and is houced in a neoclassical building of unique architecture.