Moxy Athens City Hotel, Athens, Greece - AMPR
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Andria Mitsakos, integrated communications, tourism, hospitality, wellness, real estate, food & wine, wellness
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Moxy Athens City Hotel, Athens, Greece


Moxy Athens City Hotel, Athens, Greece

Moxy Athens City opened its doors at the end of March 2002 boldly reinventing the traditional hotel stay in one of the world’s oldest cities. This new hotel will offer fun hunter travelers a playful stay in a city bursting with ancient history, vibrant culture and a thriving social scene. Moxy Athens City is located by Stadiou Street, the perfect starting point to discover the wonders of Athens from the Acropolis and the Parthenon to the picturesque neighborhood of Plaka. Just a short walk away is Syntagma Square and Ermou Street, where fun hunters can find shops, trendy restaurants and bars.


Upon arrival, guests are instantly welcomed into an immersive stay with check-in at Bar Moxy, complete with a complimentary “Got Moxy” cocktail. The buzzing bar is also a communal hub in the lobby where guests can socialize. Moxy’s 24/7, self-service, grab-and-go concept gives guests access to what they want, whenever they want, with options including snacks, fresh juice, coffee, wine and beer.


The hotel’s 200+1 tech-savvy guestrooms feature walk-in showers, LED lighting and smart technology. A muted color palette serves as a base and is punctuated with bold colors seen in various furniture accents and wall art by Athenian Street Artist B. For an experience like no other, the hotel’s rooftop penthouse can be booked as a suite or private entertainment venue, offering expansive views of the Acropolis and beyond from its large terrace.


The architectural firms Kokkinou-Kourkoulas and Divercity Architects sought to inject dynamism, innovation and daring creativity into the historic Saroglion Megaron (the hotel’s original building), where the city courts of Athens once stood. The exterior of the property has drawn inspiration from Goddess Athena’s gift to the city: the sacred olive tree.


Another important innovation of Moxy Athens City is its LEED Gold certification, making it the first “green” hotel in Greece that will receive this distinction.


Social and Instagrammable public spaces come alive with a series of happenings designed to cater to travelers and locals alike to hang out with their friends and make new ones. Edgy graffiti-style walls also created by Street Artist B., brightly colored stools, and playful lighting create a vibrant yet relaxed vibe.

Behind this contemporary project stand prominent companies in their field, Dimand SA and Prodea Investments, as well as EBRD, while SWOT Hospitality, a leading company in hotel operation and development, has undertaken the management of the hotel.