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Feel the Difference – Radisson Blu Park Hotel Athens

Several things can come to mind when thinking about Athens, the capital and largest city of Greece.

Sites

National Archaeological Museum, Athens. Photo Source: Ministry of Culture

National Archaeological Museum, Athens. Photo Source: Ministry of Culture

Athens has lots! With a recorded history spanning approximately 3,400 years, Athens can be referred to as one of the biggest archaeological sites in the world that today includes numerous museums, ancient monuments and works of art, the most famous of all being the the Acropolis, presiding over the capital city on a limestone hill! Among sites that one really must not miss in Athens is the National Archaeological Museum as well as the Ancient Agora and the Temple of Olympian Zeus (and the list goes on!).

Entertainment

Athens’ nightlife is one of the best in Europe. The city has it all: open air cafes, bars, pubs, restaurants, rooftop bar/restaurants, Greek taverns, chic wine bars, dance clubs… and the list goes on!

Beaches

Yes! Athens has sandy beaches with crystal clear waters – some located only 30 minutes from the city’s center by bus or tram.

Hospitality

Greece has a reputation for being a welcoming destination and the Greeks are renowned for their hospitality (‘filoxenia’ in Greek). The many different players involved in tourism – from hoteliers and travel agents to restaurant and F&B professionals – are known for treating visitors as honored guests.

Wondering where to stay?

If you’re wondering where to stay in Athens to seamlessly explore all the city has to offer and experience top notch Greek hospitality, you should know that one of the best options is the Radisson Blu Park Hotel, Athens that places you right in the center of the Greek capital!

The Radisson Blu experience

Discover Athens’ vibrant atmosphere and immense history right on your doorstep!

The conveniently located Athens hotel sits at the edge of Pedion tou Areos, one of the city’s largest parks where people can enjoy a range of activities on its network of paths, like jogging and cycling. Appealing to outdoor and cultural interests alike, this Athens city-center hotel’s surroundings provide sightseeing for everyone.

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At the Radisson Blu Park Hotel you have history and culture right outside your door!

The hotel is ideally located in the heart of Athens, just a few steps from the National Archaeological Museum and the Hellenic Motor Museum as well as the must-see sights and attractions of the Greek capital’s historical center.

Visitors can visit the magnificent Acropolis and the modern Acropolis Museum; indulge in a shopping spree at the city’s commercial hub; discover vintage goodies at the flea market in Monastiraki; and explore art galleries, historic sites, museums and cultural centers that lie nearby, like the Ancient Agora and the Stavros Niarchos Foundation.

A stylish stay in the heart of the city

Visitors to Athens will surely enjoy comfortable and contemporary style in all 160 fully renovated rooms and suites at the Radisson Blu Park Hotel.

All rooms are ideal for business or leisure travelers and some offer balconies with park or Acropolis view.

The rooms are complete with free Wi-Fi and in-room coffee and tea facilities.

Delicious dining options

When it comes to on-site dining, the Radisson Blu Park Hotel is sure to satisfy.
The hotel’s Oak Room Café is the perfect spot to indulge in coffee and cake after a morning of exploring.
St’ Astra, on the 8th floor, is a dining experience like no other. Here a superb dining and drinking experience awaits all. Visitors can savor craft cocktails and enjoy an exceptional Mediterranean meal crafted by the hotel’s in-house chefs, with stunning views of the iconic Acropolis.

Making yourself at home

The alluring rooftop swimming pool is a meeting point for guests to indulge in the experience of swimming with a thrilling 360° city view. Exuding a laid back and at the same time elegant atmosphere, the pool area is an inviting hangout in the center of Athens – to enjoy swimming and and savor delicious treats from the pool’s restaurant bar all day long.

The Radisson Blu Park Hotel offers a very well equipped fitness center that operates all day long. Massage services and treatments are available.

Also, the hotel has received the “Bike Friendly” seal by NatTour and the Hellenic Society for the Protection of Nature.

Facilities for events

The hotel’s dedicated meetings and events staff makes planning events and occasions very simple.

The Radisson Blu Park Hotel offers three stylish, spacious and well-equipped facilities: Silver Forest, Atlantis and the Green Garden meeting room – to host your next conference or special event.

Spanning 1,000 square meters, the three conference rooms are suitable for all occasions from one-of-a-kind weddings to impressive corporate events.

Hotel underground parking spaces for 300 cars.

The outside catering service of the hotel, True Catering by Radisson Blu Park Hotel, Athens, is also available to offer exquisite cuisine of premium quality in outstanding venues at your place and at the selected venues all over Greece and Attica.

The Radisson Blu Park Hotel is located at 10 Alexandras Avenue, Athens.

A member of the Radisson Hotel Group, the Radisson Blu Park in Athens is in walking distance from Victoria station (Athens Metro Line 1, between Omonia and Attiki and named after the British monarch Queen Victoria); from the commercial center of 28th of October Street (also known as Patision Avenue) – one of the major streets in central Athens; and from a multiple choice of restaurants, taverns, cafes, fast food eateries, cinemas and theaters.

All you want to know about the Radisson Blu Park Hotel can be found here: www.rbathenspark.com

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About the Author
Nikos is Greek-American born in New York, USA, and has lived in Greece for over 30 years. He is the managing editor of Greece's leading monthly travel and tourism guide, the Greek Travel Pages (GTP) since June 2008 and of news site GTP Headlines since its launch in September 2012. Nikos has also served as international press officer for the City of Athens and for the mayor. He has a degree in Mass Media and Communications, specializing in Journalism. Nikos is a native English speaker and speaks Greek fluently.

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