A King’s Palace Among Athenian Gods


By Beth Brody

The elegance, sophistication, and pristine location in the beautiful historic capitol of Greece are only the beginnings of why this Athens hotel is truly fit for a king. The historic magnificence that the palace exudes is perfectly complimented by ultra-modern amenities and attentive service fit for the most discerning guests, even royalty. The recent extensive renovations made to the hotel allow patrons to indulge in a palatial stay with all the advanced technology not afforded to the kings of the past. Famous for its unobstructed panoramic views of Athens and the Acropolis, and equally famous for its gourmet menu, Tudor Hall Restaurant is a favorite amongst the international elite.

If the lavish individually designed guestrooms equipped with luxurious amenities aren’t enough, the stunning and unique Royal Penthouse Suite redefines extravagance. With more than 3,000 square feet, there is ample room to relax, entertain, or both. A living room is filled with handcrafted antique furniture, private elevator, and countless other amenities to please even the most demanding tastes. The King George Palace has received awards for its excellence, including a coveted spot in the Condé Nast Traveler 2007 Reader’s Choice Awards, the 2005 Hot List, and the 2007 and 2008 Gold Lists.