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Divani Palace Acropolis Hotel Completes Renovation of Rooms and Suites

The Divani hospitality group is ready to welcome guests to the renovated rooms and suites of the Divani Palace Acropolis hotel near the center of Athens.

The hotel now features 52 brand new executive rooms decorated with modern elegance and offering spacious bedrooms with minibar, luxury bathrooms and private balconies with views to the city or the Acropolis.

Guests can also pick their own pillow to increase comfort.

The Divani group has also created two spacious family suites to offer families with children more options. These suites have been ideally designed to host two adults and up to two children. They feature spacious bedrooms, two luxury marble bathrooms, (each), elegant living-rooms where little guests can use a sofa-bed, dining areas and views to the city or the pool.

The hotel’s Acropolis Terrace Suite offers stunning Acropolis views as well as art deco furniture and a fully equipped verandah with a jacuzzi.

“We aim to turn the Divani group into a space of experiences by curating every little detail and constantly investing in maintaining its contemporary competitive features,” Marketing and Operations Director Konstantina Divani said.

All the hotels of the group have been renovated in accordance with the principles of sustainability.

“We wish to be as environmentally friendly as possible while investing in comfort, luxury and unique hospitality,” she added.

The Divani Palace Acropolis offers a total of 238 rooms, 10 suites and eight conference rooms.

Apart from prime hospitality services, the hotel offers unique dining options at its rooftop Acropolis Secret restaurant and a wide variety of cocktails at the D Bar by the pool.

The Divani Palace Acropolis is also considered the ideal starting point to explore Athens’ landmark sites and museums.

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