Looking for a place to stay in Athens? Then look no further than St. George Lycabettus Lifestyle Hotel, a luxury hotel that brings the best of Athens to your doorstep.
Saint George Lycabettus Hotel offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers a concierge, a rooftop terrace, and room service, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a rooftop pool and a rooftop bar.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Athens, St. George Lycabettus Lifestyle Hotel is located a short distance from Panathenaic Stadium (0.5 mi) and Monastiraki (0.9 mi).
If you’re looking for a Mediterranean restaurant, consider a visit to Nolan, Funky Gourmet, or Feedel Urban Gastronomy, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Saint George Lycabettus Hotel.
If you’re looking for something to do, Acropolis (1.0 mi), Acropolis Museum (1.0 mi), and Plaka (0.8 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Saint George Lycabettus Hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at St. George Lycabettus Lifestyle Hotel as you experience everything Athens has to offer.
Maria was amazing , I had a facial and she went through everything with me and recommended what Is good x I am very happy with the service My facial was done by vasiliki who was amazing and helped me relax
Amazing service ! Very professional service and the massage was out of this world . Very clean and friendly ! Especially the girls Maria and Vasiliki. I will book again it is a must ! The products used are amazing .
Not nearly enough space for two adults with two big bags. Bed was hard and towels grey. We booked a suite but I believe they must have relegated us to a tiny standard. But after 20 hours traveling we just flopped. No room service and no early breakfast (we were still on PST time). Nice views and posh part of town. Restaurant has good views. But we didn’t unpack and moved to the Grand Hyatt.
We were put in this hotel as part of a cruise package as it certainly wouldn't have been my choice of hotels. It's not close to anything, and while the pool/rooftop deck area have a lovely view of the city and the Acropolis, it's not reason enough to stay here. Food service on the deck was poor though friendly with lots of apologies, but it didn't make the food any better. You can do better than to stay here if you have a choice.
Amazing massage by Maria. Very thorough and perfect pressure. She explained everything very well and recommended some great products for me to try. Will definitely be back if we travel back to Greece.
What a fantastic experience!! Maria at the front desk was so welcoming and great at recommending treatments. I went with the Crete Massage and it was fabulous! My massage therapist, Rose was amazing! She has magic hands!!! She knew the correct pressure to apply at all the right points. She gave me great suggestions and stretches to help with my challenging areas. After, had a short facial treatment and also really enjoyed it. I came to the spa feeling a bit stressed and am walking out relaxed and incredibly refreshed! Truly grateful for the experience!
The hotel was amazing new and is top location in these city but is elevated compare to the rest of the city building and surrounded from green that make it unique exotic and romantic with amazing views to parthenonas acropolis…plus is near to the center what I want to mention was also the spa of hotel I been for 55min massage which was very professional and relaxing my warmest compliments to Maria and Vasiliki they made my day very professionals and very polite plus they have very good creams for face which I bought one and the prices for what they offer are reasonable, decent and fair I will visit sure the hotel again and sure the spa
St. George Lycabettus has a great perch on a hill overlooking much of Athens. You are just above Kolonaki - so be ready to climb stairs to get back to your room. The wrap around road on the hill - just outside the hotel - is great for a jog. Or head up to the top of Mt. Lycabettus if you want more cardio. When we checked in, they gave us a room at floor minus 1 (the floor below the lobby). We had a balcony but no view as facing an apartment just across the street. We also had issues with the air-condition which wouldn't cool. Thankfully, they moved us to a better room / view on the first floor the next day. Better aircon too. Though the room was comfortable enough, it just felt a little tired and dated... especially for a 5 star hotel with so much potential. Though one man at the reception was very helpful and friendly, many of the staff act like they are doing us a favour by allowing us to stay at their hotel. For what they charge, I would recommend you stay at one of the many newer boutique hotels in Kolonaki. You will pay less and get more (minus the views including friendlier staff).…
We spent a week at St George and despite some positives would not stay here again, due to the very poor customer service and noise experienced. First the positives; our room was clean, the pool was decent with good service from the blonde waitress (sorry didn’t get your name!), and the views from the roof are great. These sadly don’t outweigh the many negatives that make this hotel a 3 star at best… Our room was basic with very little storage, a loose cistern that moved every time we flushed the toilet and a bath but no tap! The only way to fill it was using the (scratched and slightly mouldy) shower head. There were no charging points by the bed so we had to use an old extension lead the lamps were plugged into to charge our phones. The breakfast buffet was ok but minimal with no made to order options. I heard someone ask for one only to be told “no menu, just the buffet”; again not something you would expect in a 5 star hotel. No matter what they say in response to reviews - there seems to be zero soundproofing. You can hear every noise from the corridor, and there was a party on the 6th floor one night that was so loud it was shaking the walls of our 4th floor room. When I complained, the receptionist, Christos, shrugged and said other guests had also complained so he’d ask them to turn it down but the music should stop by midnight, scoffing “what, do you want to go to bed now” as if it was somehow our fault for not wanting a disco in our room at 11pm! This poor service continued when I told him that we hadn’t received the complimentary wine we’d been promised to which he laughed and said “it’s been 3 days what do you want me to do about it now, if you still want it speak to the manager”. Also the light on our balcony wasn’t working and what should have been a quick fix turned into an ordeal! I was first told “there is no light” but when I pointed out I could see them on every other balcony I was rudely asked why it was important to us anyway, erm because we didn’t want to sit in the dark!! The light was eventually fixed on the fifth day of our stay with an interim ‘fix’ of a large standing lamp placed potentially dangerously on the small balcony via a cord running behind the tv. We were made to feel that we were being an inconvenience asking for this basic amenity and at no point did we receive any form of apology, in fact quite the opposite. The front desk staff were very dismissive and didn’t even ask if we’d enjoyed our stay at check out. It’s also interesting that when they receive a negative review here a positive one from a first time reviewer appears almost immediately after… which is slightly suspicious! If you look at my other contributions you’ll see I always look for the positives in my reviews but sadly there are few to be found at St George.…
Not much good to say about this hotel other than that the view to the Acropolis from the rooftop deck is excellent. Our room faced the wall of the building next door, the bathroom’s dim lighting matched the gloom of the room’s decor, and most of the wait staff at breakfast were perfunctory at best and the food wasn’t very good either. Hoping for some relief from the nearby construction noise heard in our room, I ventured to the pool only to be greeted by the thrumming sound of the building’s ventilation system. I felt like I was a ship but with nowhere to go. The hotel is not near anything so you have to take a taxi just to get out of the neighborhood. This hotel wasn’t my choice but that of the cruise company, so if you have a choice, don’t make this one.