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Radisson Blu Park Hotel, Athens

/ Radisson Blu Park Hotel, Athens
Radisson Blu Park Hotel, Athens


Country: Greece

City: Athens

Address: Leof. Alexandras 10, Athina 106 82, Greece

Phone number: +302108894500


Enjoyed my drink with the best view anyone could ask for....
Enjoyed my drink with the best view anyone could ask for....
Add some colorful refreshment to those hot summer days in...
Add some colorful refreshment to those hot summer days in...
Interiors @radissonblu
Interiors @radissonblu
You have one of the good galleries I've seen today
You have one of the good galleries I've seen today
Room with a view
Room with a view
On a cold winter night feel cozy in the oak room cafe @ra...
On a cold winter night feel cozy in the oak room cafe @ra...
It’s the little things that make your stay at Radisson Bl...
It’s the little things that make your stay at Radisson Bl...
About last night!Dinner under the stars
About last night!Dinner under the stars


Spacious room with great amenities
We stayed during my birthday this month and they have upgraded our room as a kind gesture without me asking! How many hotels will do his nowadays?

The room was so nice with a partial view of the park and the amenities were great. My wife likes the layout of the room and the design of the toilet.

The swimming pool is at the rooftop with bar open for service, I have enjoyed this area a lot!

I have used their gym too which is so clean and neat plus they have showers and sauna.

The location is not that far from Syntigma (center tourist spot), you will just cross the street and take the bus and in 4-5 stops you will reach the place.

Going back to the airport is also not on issue since the bus stop is just a few steps away. Since we have evening flight, the hotel allows you to enjoy more of your day by keeping your luggage with them till the very last minute.

Overall this hotel is highly recommended and will surely be back again.
Review by MrMrsBatin

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Friendly staff and quiet room
We stayed six nights in a business room, which was spacious and had a view of the Acropolis and a balcony with a table and chairs, The room was clean and had a nepresso machine and a water cooker. House keeping was a bit erratic as they forgot to refresh towels or other things. A call to the frontdesk was enough. Certainly not enough to weigh negatively in the total assessment. Internet was blazing fast.
Breakfast was varied and of good quality with lots of fresh fruit and local dishes.
Frontdesk helped me book a rental car that was delivered to and collected from the hotel.
The neighbourhood takes some getting used to with the abundant grafitti and antifa slogans. Never felt unsafe, it is more the impression than the feel.

Sights were within walking distance, and there is always a near metro station if you get fed up with walking around.
Review by Stephan1954

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The hotel is situated far away from city center in a very old building (most probably an old hotel).
The rooms are old fashion and small and need renovation. The bathroom was terrible and you could see that it was very old, you could see that.
No amenities, I had to ask for sleepers and bath robe (supposed to be a 5 star hotel)
Very small lobby (even though from the photos on their website looks spacious) and one very small cafeteria connected with a restaurant on top floor.
For sure this hotel does not deserve to be 5 star
Review by 104andreasc

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High level of Comfort and good big rooms available
Travelling for work, in the business room (not standard one).
The room is very big and modern.

It is perfect to spend time working or relaxing on the bed and the sofa. The bathroom is huge and clean.
The balcony is not comfortable as it's over the main street (noisy).

The service of the hotel is perfect with a very good continental and traditional breakfast!
Review by treboux_8

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Spot on.
The hotel was perfect. Stayed in one of the business class rooms which was a good standard with everything that you need.

Breakfast buffet was excellent.

The hotel restaurant on the 8th floor has the most fantastic views of Athens including the acropolis.

Really perfect place.
Review by Brian L

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Darkest hotel on the planet
This hotel should not have only fired its decorator, it should hang him/her by their fingernails! The hallways are so incredibly dark, it is downright creepy. The entire hotel is incredibly outdated, and needs to scrap its 70's decor. That being said, the staff is great, the breakfast is fabulous, and the rooftop is awesome (pool, and amazing view of the Acropolis). The location is not great if you want to walk around the sites of Athens...its about a mile walk to everything. The rooms are perfectly adequate, but definitely not up to Radisson Blu standards.
Review by Rick J

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Nice hotel and buffet breakfast, kind staff ! Location not so good !
The staff was very welcoming, the room was clean, no bathrobes, no slippers , and, unfortunately , the air conditioning does not work . Buffet breakfast was ok.
St’ Astra restaurant on the 8th floor has a stunning view of the Acropolis, especially at night, but is a overpriced. You need a cab ride (6- 10 euro ) or a long walk (30- 45 minutes) to visit the main tourist attractions or the city centre.
Review by endoclat

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Expensive dissapointment
Forget the swiming pool on the top floor. It was freezing cold, pigeons everywhere and dirty wet wipes inside the water. We were told there was a sauna and steam room. When we asked the staff where it was they said that you have to contact the reception so that they could turn it on. So then I asked a member of staff if she could phone the reception and ask them to turn it on for me. The response was "its my first day here i cant". No consideration towards the customer- showing a real lack of attention considering they work in a hotel. It really highlighted the lack of standards and lack of training. Really dissapointed and considering the pool was freezing cold, a hot sauna wouldve helped and made the experience more pleasurable.
The elevators are very dark and very claustrophobic.
The decor is very outdated and considering the prices ( close to €200 for a twin) you expect there to have a modern layout.
The room was also very outdated with the wallpaper falling to pieces.
The sheets on the bed were not fitted at all and slid off during the night. The aircon rattled all night long sounding like a motor. The WiFi was slow for a hotel of this calibre.
The toilet didn't flush properly and everytime we had a shower the floor was covered in water as the shower panel was not fitted in properly, incapable of keeping the water inside the bath. Quite dangerous considering I have mobility issues and this could've ended very badly.
All in all it was a very expensive dissapointment.
Review by Wanderlustdawn

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Summer - dad and sons history trip
We chose the Radisson Blu Park hotel because it had a rooftop pool and a reputation for quality. The hotel works hard to maintain the very highest standards in clearly a very difficult economic climate. The makeover that the hotel had some years ago is a little worn but don’t let that put you off.

The hotel is staffed by the most pleasant and professional people, who are warm and proud of their city and heritage. They are keen to know of any disappointment and did their level best to compensate. Despina, in customer relations, heads up a very sharp team. She understands global standards of hotelier and goes above and beyond to ensure customer enjoyment.

Food and drink are second to none. They do understand profit though, and you pay a lot for corporate hotel fayre, but it’s actually worth it!

The location is great for bus and metro and being a couple of stops away from the tourist centre gives an air of a more authentic Athens experience. The surrounding area is in decline but gives you a taste of the real Athens, in contrast to the political and ancient areas of this fine city. Nonetheless, the people, who clearly enjoy working there, will give you an excellent stay, and we’d certainly go back without hesitation. Thanks guys!
Review by Kev S

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Good business hotel at a good location
Hotel is located opposite a big park a few minutes walk from Victoria metro stop. A lot of supermarkets , cafes, restaurants around the metro stop. Room was clean and bathroom was large. 2 issues with bathroom. one was the water sometimes changed temperature on its own quite suddenly and 2, the gate/screen of the bath is placed in such a way its almost impossible not to fill the bathroom with water when you finish!

There is roof top pool which is quite small but with a nice ambiance and nice furniture. Bar and cafe also available there.

Breakfast one of the best features, Very good selection with good quality.

Check in and check out was simple.
Review by Philip P

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В целом отель неплох, хотя на фоне других отелей сети выглядит более чем скромным. Не понятна ценовая политика отеля, который предлагает завышенные тарифы при прямом бронировании, по сравнению с предложениями на booking.com. Категорически не понравились завтраки... Выбор большой но все абсолютно не вкусно. Гостм предлагается самостоятельно делать апельсиновый фреш при помощи старой болтающейся соковыжималки. Сервис оставлет желать лучшего.
Review by Ирина С

Source: tripadvisor

We went to Athens with my family for the weekend and we stayed at this amazing 5 star hotel. Our room was totally renovated, the view is outstanding and the location is nice.
Staff is friendly and they keep the measures for covid 19. We felt totally safe.
Review by Nkonstantis

Source: tripadvisor

The location is good, opposite the Ares Park, and a convenient distance to the Metro station at Victoria.
I use Radisson quite a bit as i find all their hotels to be at least acceptable. This one was possibly the best, even better than Reykjavik.
I found the staff to be particularly friendly, from reception (thank you Niki) to the bar and restaurant.
The room I had was very comfortable and had a balcony, which I only used for photography (I could see the Acropolis, barely.)
I was very impressed by the food offering. Normally I avoid hotel food as it's pretty average at best, but this was good, and i ate there for two nights. The views of the Acropolis from the restaurant are excellent. As Athens is a low rise city, and this hotel has 8 floors ( where the pool, bar, restaurant etc is located), you're guaranteed good views.
What wasn't so good? Wine and beer selection, in common with many places (not Just Greece) was uninspiring.
In the UK, we've lost so many good people in hospitality due to the idiocy of Brexit , it's good to be somewhere where service still matters
Review by Norman M

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A relaxing weekend!!
It was a really relaxing weekend at Radisson Blu Park! We have been upgraded to Premium room with a view at the park opposite the hotel. The room was really clean and spacious. It was no noise at all even though the room was overlooking the street. The first night we have visited the rooftop restaurant with a wonderful view at Acropolis. The staff from the reception to the waiters were really kind and helpful.We will definitely come back!
Review by Vi Nadia

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A pleasant discovery in Athens
Having stayed numerous times in different Athens hotels, including several stays at the New Hotel and the Grand Hyatt, I really enjoyed my time at the Radisson Blu Park Hotel Athens. I was warmly welcomed and recognised as a Radisson Rewards Platinum member, any issues I had during my stay were promptly solved, the staff were all friendly and helpful. I would especially like to thank Petros for all his help. I was satisfied with the hotel gym, which was very well equipped, and also with the rooftop bar and its friendly staff. The location of the hotel is convenient with a 5-minute drive to Syntagma, which can be also reached on walk, and a 25-minute ride to the airport.
Review by Nicholas Prague

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Liked • rooftop pool and restaurant/bar was great
good gym
Disliked • first floor room upgrade meant I had a lot of traffic noise. very busy road and not good soundproofing. I’d ask for a higher floor
Review by Kevin

Source: www.booking.com

Liked • Very nice breakfast. Large spacious room and bathroom.
Disliked • Limited restaurant & room service menu.
Review by Edward

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Located on busy Alexandras Avenue and across from 277-acre Pedion Areos Park, one of the city’s greenspaces; the hotel’s higher floors offer beautiful views of the city. Within five minutes, guests can walk to the Victoria Square metro/train stop which offers a direct train ride to the Port of Piraeus (convenient for any catching a ferry to the Greek islands). The National Archaeological Museum is also a five-minute walk away. The hotel’s neighbouring districts including Metaxourgeio, Exarchia and Psirri are considered hipster, alternative yet artsy. The city’s main attraction, the Acropolis, is two miles away and can be reached by metro or a 10-minute taxi ride.

Enjoy comfortable and contemporary style in all 153 rooms and suites at our Athens hotel, where free high-speed Wi-Fi, marble bathrooms and individual climate control come as standard.
Rooms have two twin beds or one king-sized bed. All rooms feature digital satellite pay TV, magazines, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, coffee/tea making facilities, soundproof windows and park or city views. Some feature hardwood floors while other are carpeted. Standard-room bathrooms are a mix of marble and tile with a single sink and either a stand-up shower or a shower with bathtub. For Acropolis views with balconies, book the Superior Suites or Business Class rooms which also feature Nespresso machines; some also have whirlpool tubs.

Food & drink
The Oak Room is a beautiful café designed by Greek architects John Mourikis and George Gavalas, serving snacks and drinks all day long. The eighth-floor restaurant is the place to dine with a beautiful unobstructed Acropolis view. Sip signature cocktails such as the lychee mojito made with white rum, fresh lime juice, sugar syrup, lychee puree and mint.

The menu includes Mediterranean and international gourmet dishes by chef Yiannis Liokas including a slow-roasted shoulder of lamb with lemon, rosemary, honey and smoked eggplant. During the summer months, the dining area by the pool opens up, with views of Lycabettus Hill.

The Gallo Nero restaurant serves breakfast which features a full international buffet of eggs, breakfast meats, Greek cheese, fresh bread and Greek desserts. For those in a rush to make an morning departure, there’s 'Grab n’ Run' breakfast service.


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