Hyatt Hotels Corporation has announced the official opening of the first Grand Hyatt in Greece.
The 309 room hotel is only the second property of the group to open in Greece, after the Hyatt Regency Thessaloniki.
Nikos Trikourakis, general manager of Grand Hyatt Athens said about the new hotel:
“Athens is fast becoming the destination of choice where ancient history sits alongside modern coffee shops and rooftop bars. Our hotel will offer guests who seek first-class hospitality unforgettable experiences and a luxurious place to stay.”
The hotel is currently running an opening offer with room prices starting at €105. Rooms can also be booked with World of Hyatt points starting from 12,000 points per night, although I wouldn’t do that if you can pay €135 or less for cash.
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