Venue


Venue

Located in the heart of Athens in Constitution Square next to Parliament, the Hotel Grande Bretagne enjoys the ideal location in the city centre. Situated right in the heart of the city since 1874, the landmark hotel is within walking distance of exclusive shopping areas, museums and the business district.

With meticulous attention to detail, the 320 rooms & suites marry charming old world elegance with state-of-the-art facilities and enjoy additional benefits including personalized Butler Service. 

Guest may savor the utmost dining services within GB Roof Garden Restaurant, the Winder Garden, the GB Pool Bar & Grill, the Alexander's Bar or the Alexander's Cigar Lounge.

The Hotel Grande Bretagne is the ultimate choice of refined business meetings and lavish social events. Featuring over 1,100 square meters of exquisite function space, the hotel offers the Grand Ballroom, Golden Room, Royal Room, Athenian Hall and its smaller meeting rooms: Boardroom, Churchill's, Chairman's, Diplomat's and the Executive Room.

With breathtaking views of the fabled Acropolis, regal Syntagma Square and the Parliament, lush Lycabettus Hill or the original Olympic Stadium, the multi-awarded 5 star Hotel Grande Bretagne offers an unrivalled perspective of Athens' mythical history.

 

The Athens Investment Summit takes place within the following areas of the Grande Bretagne Hotel: 

a. Plenary Sessions: Grand Ballroom

b. Investment Exhibition: Golden Rooms A & B

c. Afternoon Thematic Sessions: Grand Ballroom & Golden Rooms C & D

d. Coffee & Lunch Breaks: Royal Room and Athenian Hall (overflow)

e. Networking Meetings: Royal Room and Athenian Hall

 

For guests arriving from outside Athens and Greece, we have arranged preferential room rates at the Grand Bretagne Hotel. Contact us for further information. 

Featured Speaker

Defne Akarcali

Senior Investment Officer, International Finance Corporation (IFC)

Ms. Defne Akarcali is a Senior Investment Officer in the International Finance Corporation (IFC). She recently led the IFC's investments in four systemic Greek banks. 

 

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