Athens Marriott Hotel announces reopening after remaining closed due to the Covid-19 health crisis

Located near the Athenian Riviera, overlooking the Acropolis, Lycabettus hill and the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, Athens Marriott hotel is ready to welcome you back as of 04.07.2020, having implemented all the necessary health measures for our guests’ safety; putting health and safety at the core of our hospitality services.

At Athens Marriott Hotel, a member of Chandris Hotels Group and Marriott International, we have redefined our cleaning and health protocols to provide the safest environment without compromising quality; aiming to offer unique hospitality experiences to our guests, that focus on safety without any compromise on quality, always guided by the unparalleled style and hospitality experience that only the Athens Marriott can offer.

High aesthetics, artistic mood, anthropocentric philosophy, excellent service, are the non-negotiable values ​​that characterize the Athens Marriott Hotel, whilst the health and safety of our employees, customers and partners remain our top priority.

We have proven over the years that we care deeply about our employees, their families and our guests. Since the early stages of the pandemic and well before authorities announce any obligatory measures, we took the necessary precautions in order to safeguard the health of guests and employees.

We continue today closely monitoring the announcement of government policies on the pandemic as they continue to develop, as well as instructions, practices and guidelines of the public health services, the World Health Organization, and internationally acknowledged leaders of Tourism and Leisure industry.

We drafted our crisis-handling plan complete with operational procedures, company policies and every day good practices. The program that we developed encompasses all the experience gained so far in fighting COVID-19 virus including the suggestions, instructions and guidelines as announced and implemented so far by the Greek Government, the National Public Health Organization and World Health Organization, whilst all employees have undergone a molecular test that will be repeated at regular intervals.

It is clear that as time passes we will amend the document regularly to include all latest state instructions and scientific developments outcomes. In addition, we will develop more Standard Operating Procedures as needed, to address all operational issues arising and detail explanatory notes as well, for training purposes, in order to minimize infection risk and protect our guests but also their own personal and family health.

Strict application of these policies and practices, we will allow us to operate as safe as possible, offer to our guests a safe and memorable stay and at the end overcome the difficulties and resume a normal and sustainable operation.