The Athens Marriott hotel is located on the bustling artery of Syngrou Avenue, opposite the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre, which houses the national Opera and the Library. The newly renovated rooms and suites, are outfitted with plush pillow top bedding, sofa beds, spa inspired bathrooms and features such as wall mounted HD, LED 49 inch TVs, modern workspaces and contemporary artwork.
How to reach the venue
Conveniently located half way between the Piraeus port and the centre of Athens.
Athens International Airport: Via Taxi: 35 ‐ 45 Min
Downtown Area: Via Taxi: 5 Min or Via Hotel Bus: 12 Min Piraeus Port: Via Taxi: 5 Min
Click here for the Athens metro map.
Digital Ship has negotiated preferential rates for delegates attending the conference.
Please note: These rooms are subject to availability and we advise booking early to avoid disappointment.
Rates are valid for arrival 6th November and departure 9th of November.
- Room for Single occupancy Euro 165
- Room for Double occupancy Euro 180
Above rates are per room per night, inclusive of full American buffet breakfast, VAT and municipality taxes.
From 1 January 2018, a room tax is charged of Euro 4 per room per night. This will be added to your guest account and must be paid upon departure from the hotel together with any extras billed to your room account.
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