Contemporary city glamor is the secret at brand-new Lighthouse Hotel Athens. This fashionable resort is about to characteristic all the things from an underground nightclub to a rooftop with panoramic views and jacuzzi scorching tubs.
A contemporary, upbeat resort
“Work exhausting, play tougher” is the ethos of Brown Hotels’ Lighthouse model, an unapologetic strategy mirrored in each element of this contemporary, upbeat property proper on Omonia Square. From the elegant, but eccentric, design aesthetic to the 220 trendy rooms and the energetic, light-filled foyer, to not point out the soon-to-open nightclub and rooftop, this isn’t a resort for wallflowers.
Standout options embody the first-floor restaurant and bar providing all-day eating with views throughout Omonia Square, and an expansive rooftop with 360-degree panoramic views throughout the town. Opening formally on June 1st, the rooftop, which is without doubt one of the largest and most spectacular of its variety within the Greek capital, will characteristic a pool, solar loungers, jacuzzi scorching tubs, and an open-air bar and restaurant. There can also be a wellness heart and spa, and an occasions area—all of that are set to make Lighthouse Athens one of many metropolis’s hottest hangouts for the trendy trendy traveler.
The design of Lighthouse Athens is the results of the collaborative inventive imaginative and prescient of architectural agency Stavros Peppas Architects & Partners and artwork director Christine-Joanne Lamprou. The feel and look is impressed by the previous glory of the world, when music and the theatrical lifetime of the town was rooted in Omonia. The constructing, which previously housed the Marika Kotopouli theater, and subsequently reworked into La Mirage Hotel, has been utterly redesigned, merging unique options with trendy design ideas for an revolutionary aesthetic that blends uncooked and industrial components with baroque touches and clear strains.
The eye-catching foyer boasts uncovered concrete partitions and black parquet flooring, marble furnishings, gold steel accents and plush, velvet furnishings, whereas the rooms showcase classic wallpaper, mirrored partitions, and chandeliers, with a palette of teal inexperienced, mauve, black and gold.
Cosy, Urban and Classic rooms
The rooms, that are divided into three classes, Cosy, Urban and Classic, all characteristic walk-in bathe rooms, Nespresso machines, open wardrobes, slippers, bathrobes, premium mattresses and tender Egyptian mattress linens.
Lighthouse Athens joins Brown Hotels’ rising portfolio of Greek properties because the fourth resort to launch in Athens. Situated on Omonia Square, adjoining to Brown Hotels’ Brown Acropol and DAVE Red Athens, along with Marriott’s brand-new Moxy Athens City, the 220-room resort brings up to date design and glamor to a neighborhood that’s in any other case maybe finest identified for its grittiness.
From Tel Aviv to Athens
The first Lighthouse Hotel turned an immediate hit when it opened in Israel in 2019—a feat Leon Avigad, founding father of Brown Hotels, hopes to emulate with the model’s second outpost: “Following Brown Hotels’ successful entry into the Greek market, it felt like a natural next step to bring the Lighthouse brand to Athens,” he feedback, including: “Lighthouse Tel Aviv is our flagship property and a brand name that is synonymous with sleek design, magnificent rooftops and unrivaled nightlife concepts.”
Lighthouse Athens opened formally on April 1st, 2022.