Excellent Business Hotel
Excellent Luxury Hotel
Crowne Plaza Athens City Center is built on the ancient Ilissos River. The hotel does justice to Athens by paying tribute the famous history of the city. Crowne Plaza Athens City Center is close enough to the heart of the capital to be convenient and far enough away to be peaceful. The hotel offers adequate amenities to give even the most hospitable lodges a run for their money. If you ever find yourself driving to this hotel, then let us prepare you by telling you what it has to offer. All the rooms are soundproof, with free Wi-Fi connections in the room and all the other public areas. It is one of the best hotels for families as it offers free cribs and infant beds, laundry services, and a childcare facility. They’ll even provide you with Hypo-allergenic bedding in case you need one. You can pamper yourself with a spa treatment or can lounge close to the outdoor pool. Grab a drink from the poolside to sip on some flavorsome cocktails while you are at it. The sauna and 2 restaurants on site won’t disappoint you either. You can arrange for a business meeting too in the conference areas and meeting rooms and can have a smoke in the designated smoking areas. With a lot of space available, parking is not an issue either
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check the conditions of your required room.
No more than two children permitted per double room. Only children under the age of 13 may share their parents' bed.
Good location, close to public transport. Great sightseeing and not far from the city centre.
Friendly service and great reception.
"Good internet service"
Good wifi quality.
Tasty yet pricey breakfasts.
Clean hotel facilities. Cleanliness is lacking in rooms and bathrooms.
Rooms are spacious and have great views but are lacking in maintenance. Okay beds, and room cleanliness and condition are acceptable. Bathrooms are large but with substandard cleaning.
Decent building with okay entrance area, if somewhat outdated facilities.
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