Hilton Athens

At A Glance

A contemporary oasis in the ancient, bustling city, welcome to Hilton Athens. This central Athens hotel is located in the heart of the city’s commercial district, with the prestigious shops and cafés of Kolonaki surrounding. Navigating downtown Athens is made easy, with Evangelismos metro station footsteps from the door of Hilton Athens. Central to the ancient Greek attractions of Athens, Hilton Athens is also nearby corporates such as Deutsche Bank, Oracle and the US and UK Embassies.
Wake up to fantastic views of the Acropolis or Mount Lycabettus from the air-conditioned interior, or spacious private balcony of a guest room at this downtown Athens hotel. Floor-to-ceiling patio doors and a balcony allow you to absorb the majesty of the Athenian cityscape. Upgrade to the Executive Floor, or choose a 72m² Hilton Athens Suite for an elegant Greek pied-à-terre.
Choose from five restaurants at Hilton Athens, encompassing the freshest Aegean sashimi at Milos, to summer BBQ and cocktails overlooking the Acropolis on the rooftop Galaxy Restaurant and Galaxy Bar.
Host any event at Hilton Athens. Purpose-built meeting rooms on our mezzanine level are equipped with projectors, climate control and an abundance of natural daylight to host guests in contemporary comfort. A choice of 22 venues throughout this central Athens hotel includes the Terpsichore Ballroom – hosting up to 1,300 – and the rooftop Galaxy Room. Hold functions with the unforgettable vista of the Acropolis at sundown. Work with our dedicated wedding planner to create the ultimate Athenian celebration.


  • Central Athens hotel, next to chic district of Kolonaki
  • Footsteps to Metro station linking directly to airport and beyond
  • Spectacular views of the Acropolis and city from hotel rooms and rooftop Galaxy Bar
  • Meetings for up to 1,300 delegates
  • Spa with expansive outdoor pool

What to do around here

No trip to Athens is complete without a visit to the Acropolis. Perched above the city, the restoration embarked on in 1975 allows guests to walk the same paths as those trodden by the Ancient Greeks. Survey the Parthenon, the temple of Athena and countless others. Artifacts found in the Acropolis are displayed in the Acropolis Museum, hosting possibly the most priceless collection of ancient sculpture, art and architecture in the world. Visit the theater in Athens. Carrying on the tradition of the classical dramatists, there are reputedly more stages in Athens than any other city on Earth. The Olympia Theatre is the home of Greek National Opera, with the Acropol Theatre being utilized to showcase operettas and children’s productions. The most spectacular venue in Athens is the Odeon of Herodes Atticus. Set on a southern slope of the Acropolis, the ruins hold 5,000 standing spectators and have seen Maria Callas, the Bolshoi Ballet, and more recently, Sting and Elton John perform.

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