Greece: Luxury hotel and residences Mandarin Oriental, Athens, will be developed within the urban regeneration project The Ellinikon and is set to open in the summer of 2027.
Mandarin Oriental, Athens will be developed by BELT Riviera S.A., a company by TEMES S.A., in partnership with HELLINIKON S.M.S.A., a subsidiary of LAMDA Development.
It will be located along the shoreline of Athens at the centre of The Ellinikon – an €8 billion redevelopment project on the former site of Hellenikon International Airport.
The hotel will feature 123 rooms and suites, as well as 17 branded residences, including waterfront villas and apartments. Amenities include a range of dining venues, an indoor and outdoor event space, as well as a spa.
Mandarin Oriental, Athens will be the second Greek hotel developed in partnership with TEMES S.A., following the first site in Costa Navarino. The hotel is due to launch this summer.
James Riley, group chief executive of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, said: “We are delighted to be working with TEMES S.A. and LAMDA Development S.A. on this project. I am confident, that with this location and our legendary service, Mandarin Oriental, Athens will be the leading luxury hospitality hub for both travellers and Athenian residents.”
Odisseas Athanasiou, CEO of LAMDA Development, said: “This new high-standard hotel complex will become another beautiful landmark and serve as an additional international point of reference for this emblematic investment of The Ellinikon.”
LAMDA Development S.A., is a real estate development, investment and management holding company. Its portfolio includes retail and entertainment, office and residential.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group operates 36 hotels and nine residences in 24 countries and territories. It is a member of the Jardine Matheson Group.