Tel Aviv based Brown Hotels has announced its entry into the Greek hotel market by the end of the year, with the opening of the iconic Acropol Hotel in the center of Athens. The hotel will be rebranded to Brown Acropol, aiming to re-establish the historic area of Omonia to the local and international tourism market.
The fully renovated hotel, with its 1960s architecture and design, will feature 165 rooms, conference rooms and a rooftop bar-restaurant with breathtaking views of Athens.
Manolis Papadakis has been appointed as General Manager at the Brown Acropol Hotel. Mr. Papadakis has held previously the position of General Manager at significant hotel groups, such as Helios Hotels & Resorts, Chandris Hotels & Resorts, Sani Resort, Grecotel Hotels & Resorts.
Brown Hotels has also appointed for the regional office in Greece the following senior executives: Dimitra Arida as Director of Sales & Marketing, Dionysis Maratos as Director of Human Resources and George Xydas as Director of Finance.
Brown Hotels is a Tel Aviv-based design hotel brand, with the world acclaimed Brown TLV, Brown Beach House, Poli House, and the new young brand DAVE in the city of Tel Aviv, as well as Villa Brown and Villa Ba’Moshava in Jerusalem. The group also operates Brown Beach House Croatia in Trogir, Croatia, and projects in the pipeline include hotels in Greece (Athens & Thessaloniki), Cyprus and Germany.
All Brown properties are rooted in a devotion to service, design, innovation, style, and authenticity. Brown Hotels have been recommended by the world’s leading international lifestyle, design and travel publications such as Vogue, Times, wallpaper, Travel and Leisure, Conde Nast Traveller, National Geographic, NY Times and more.