Makedonia Palace

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2 Megalou Alexandrou Avenue Thessaloniki 54640


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08/01/2023 – 12/31/2025

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08/01/2023 – 12/31/2025

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Hellenic Chamber of Hotels


-Greek Cuisine Award by Athinorama 2023 -European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM) Award 2023 -Best Greek Mice City Hotel at Greek Hospitality Awards 2022 -Best Greek Landmark City Hotel at Greek Hospitality Awards 2022 -Greek Cuisine Award by Athinorama 2022 -“TOQUES D’OR” Award 2021 Athinorama -Greek Cuisine Award by Athinorama 2021 -Greek Cuisine Award by Athinorama 2020 -“TOQUES D’OR” Award 2020 Athinorama -Top Greek Hotel at Greek Hospitality Awards 2020 -Best Greek Business City Hotel at Greek Hospitality Awards 2020 -Best Greek Hotel Restaurant at Greek Hospitality Awards 2020 -Greek Cuisine Award by Athinorama 2019 -Top Greek Hotel at Greek Hospitality Awards 2018 -Best Greek Business City Hotel at Greek Hospitality Awards 2018 -Best Greek Hotel Dining Experience at Greek Hospitality Awards 2018

Venue Highlights


Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (garden)
  • View (mountain)
  • View (ocean or water)
  • View (urban)
  • Voicemail box


  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Rental car service
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference
  • VIP services

AV capabilities

  • AV equipment
  • High speed internet (100Mbps)
  • Onsite AV staff

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Outdoor pool
  • Spa or salon

Venue accessibility

  • Airport shuttle
  • Bus
  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Dance floor
  • Piano
  • Staging area

Getting Here

FROM MAKEDONIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT If you are reaching the hotel from Makedonia International Airport (13 km) By car: You follow Georgikis Scholis Avenue towards west. At some point, its name changes to Ethnikis Antistaseos, Vas. Olgas Avenue and then Vas. Georgiou Avenue. In the lights of City Hall of Thessaloniki, the left turn will lead you to Meg. Alexandrou Ave, and after approx. 400 m you will find the hotel on your right. By bus: Faliro bus stop of line 78 (Airport – Bus Station) is less than 150 m away from the hotel. FROM THE TRAIN STATION If you are reaching the hotel from the New Train Station (4 km) By car: You follow Monastiriou street towards east, and right after Dimokratias square you take a right to Dodekanisou street (Salaminos street at a later point) to reach the entrance of the Port's Passenger Terminal entrance. Then you take a left to Kountouriotou street (Nikis Ave at a later point) until you reach the White Tower. Then you follow Meg. Alexandrou Ave, and after approx. 400 m you will find the hotel on your right. By bus: Faliro bus stop of line 8 (New Train Station – IKEA East Terminal Station) is less than 150 m away from the hotel. FROM THE PORT PASSENGER TERMINAL If you are reaching the hotel from the Port's Passenger Terminal (3 km) By car: You follow Kountouriotou street (Nikis Ave at a later point) towards west, until you reach the White Tower. Then you follow Meg. Alexandrou Ave, and after approx. 400 m you will find the hotel on your right. By bus: Faliro bus stop of line 8 (New Train Station – IKEA East Terminal Station) is less than 150 m away from the hotel. For further information, contact our Guest Relations Department: 0030 2310 897156,


  • Complimentary parking
  • Paid parking€15.00 / day
  • Valet parking€15.00 / day
  • Street parking

Distance from airport

  • 7.95 mi. from venue

Makedonia Palace Meeting Space

Total meeting space26,910 sq. ft.
Meeting rooms11
Largest room9,688 sq. ft.
Second largest room6,028 sq. ft.
Exhibit Space4,306 sq. ft.

Guest Rooms

Total guest rooms276

Local Attractions

White Tower

Historical landmark
1 km away
The White Tower of Thessaloniki is a monument and museum on the waterfront of the city of Thessaloniki, capital of the region of Macedonia in northern Greece. The present tower replaced an old Byzantine fortification, known to have been mentioned around the 12th century, that the Ottoman Empire reconstructed to fortify the city's harbour sometime after Sultan Murad II captured Thessaloniki in 1430. The tower became a notorious prison and scene of mass executions during the period of Ottoman rule. The White Tower was substantially remodeled and its exterior was whitewashed after Greece gained control of the city in 1912. It has been adopted as the symbol of the city.
Thessaloniki, GR 54621

Thessaloniki Concert Hall

Convention center
2 km away
Thessaloniki Concert Hall was created in order to satisfy the need of the city for a venue that could house not only artistic, but also various other activities. It was thus designed as a building that would satisfy all the requirements for this purpose as well as becoming a landmark, a jewel for the city. Therefore, the Thessaloniki Concert Hall has all the characteristics that make it important: exceptional acoustics, a main hall of 1.400 seats, a reception hall (foyer), the rooms of the administrative and technical offices, as well as all the necessary facilities for the support of the events (dressing rooms, rehearsal studios, repositories for instruments etc.). Special provision exists for people with disabilities, by means of appropriate seats and elevators. Moreover, the external appearance of the building has been entirely harmonized with the history of Thessaloniki, combining elements from its byzantine past as well as from its contemporary cosmopolitan role. Designed by the renowned architect Arata Isozaki, M2 (building 2) adorns the city with a unique construction that epitomizes the virtues of modern architecture. Geometrical lines, extended glass surfaces and elements of steel compose an image of imposing simplicity, that comes as an antithetic, yet equivalent complement to the neighboring M1. Filled with natural light and enjoying a superb view to the sea, M2’s foyer is a vast space of sophisticated aesthetics that develops in three levels and adjoins all of the Hall’s important spaces. Equipped with cutting-edge technology and having an exceptional infrastructure, the Amphitheatron Hall can seat 500, whereas the Flat Hall, which can seat 300, can be subdivided by means of moveable partition to form three smaller rooms of 100 or two of 100 and 200 seats, thus able to host a wide range of events.
Martiou 25 & Paralia
Thessaloniki, GR

International Airport 'Makedonia'

11 km away
Thessaloniki Airport is the second biggest airport in Greece, located 14 km of the city center and serves 3.5 million passengers per year.
P.O.BOX 22605
Thessaloniki, GR 55103


2 km away
If there's one city that has become synonymous with nightlife, then it's definitely this one. The neighborhoods of Thessaloniki fascinate you, each with its own charm, offering everything: from traditional taverns to stylish bars, for every taste.
City Center
Thessaloniki, GR

Rotunda and Arch of Galerius

Historical landmark
2 km away
Built in 306 A.D. by the romans, Rotunda is one of the oldest religious sites of the city. Going back to the late 3rd century A.D., after a number of long devastating wars, the romans decided to divide the Empire into 4 regions, each with its own provinces , thus leading to the creation of a new form of leadership, the Tetrarchy. The administrative needs of the Tetrarchy led Galerius to the construction of the Imperial complex in Thessaloniki because of its importance as one of the capitals, after he came into power being one of the 4 rulers. Galerius Arch (kamara) and Rotunda were basic elements of the palatial complex. Original intensions were predicting its use as a mausoleum, although many archaeologists believe it was initially used as a roman temple. The dimensions of the main structure are quite impressive.
Platia Agiou Georgiou Rotonta 5
Thessaloniki, GR 54635

Noesis Science Center & Technology Museum

10 km away
The layout and planning of the museum’s exhibitions was based on T.M.Th. ‘s experience over the many years of its operation, as well as the examplification of Europe’s major Science and Technology Museums. The Exhibitions are presented with topics related to Science and Technology: 1. The “Classic Cars Exhibition” featuring car models that mark the history of automobile. The exhibition consists of 5 main thematic units, based on the 5 top car models of the 20th century. 2. The “Technopark” featuring interactive (hands-on) exhibits. The visitor has the opportunity to discover the scientific knowledge acting and having fun. 3. The “Ancient Greek Technology”, one of its kind, refers to the prehistoric period till the Hellenistic and Byzantine period. The exhibition features more than 70 exact replicas of machines that have marked people?s lives and set the cultural context, as well. 4. The “Image and Sound” exhibition, featuring the technology of photography, radio and television (it is under study). All the exhibitions are complemented with a personal audio tour guide system, available in English and Greek language.
Thessalonikis-Thermis Road 6
Thessaloniki, GR 57001

Church of Agios Dimitrios

Historical landmark
3 km away
The Church of Saint Demetrius, or Hagios Demetrios, is the main sanctuary dedicated to Saint Demetrius, the patron saint of Thessaloniki, dating from a time when it was the second largest city of the Byzantine Empire.
Agiou Dimitriou Street
Thessaloniki, GR 54633


Modern, aristocratic, iconic, and contemporary, are only some of the words that define Makedonia Palace. This landmark hotel stands at a short walking distance from the city’s social, cultural, and business center, its museums, and its commercial districts Thessaloniki’s unique seafront welcomes guests with an incomparable sense of good living. The warm and earthy tones of its modern yet timeless design create a relaxing background. At the heart of the hotel, the lighted cube at the reception area enveloped by a semi-opaque glass “shell”, surrounded by the award-winning restaurant, café, convention center, boutiques, and the largest hammam facilities in Southeast Europe, extends the most heartfelt welcome. The menu at Salonica Restaurant, one of the city’s best a la carte venues, created by multi-awarded executive chef Sotiris Evaggelou, exudes an air of elevated gastronomy. Mediterranean flavors, a signature breakfast service, special a la carte menus accompanied by unrivaled views of the sea, and the White Tower landmark will transform every meal into a unique experience every hour of the day. The 276 rooms with views of the endless blue of Thermaikos Bay and the city’s new seafront esplanade invite you to visit Makedonia Palace and Thessaloniki. In each one of the hotel’s spacious rooms, from the Premium & Executive double rooms to the 40m2 Junior Suites, the 60m2 Deluxe Suites with separate bedrooms to the exclusive 130m2 Presidential Suite the clean design lines, balanced color palette, comfort and functionality, and the natural light that floods the space create a sense of freedom, where all guests can feel at home while enjoying the unobstructed view of the sea. Makedonia Palace is renowned for the impeccable hosting of every type of social and corporate event, with a 900m2 ballroom and a functional, 2,500m2 convention center that can hold up to 1,000 persons; the main hall can be divided into four separate rooms. The natural sunlight – a rare feature in typical convention venues –, and the amazing view and large verandas are additional elements that render the hotel’s convention facilities unique. Everything has been designed to offer you the “Makedonia Palace experience” from the moment you book your stay until the time of your departure. A series of events and activities promise to make your stay in the city of Thessaloniki unforgettable. Organized adventure excursions to nearby destinations, mystery and alternative-themed tours of the city, air balloon flights, and sky dining, are just some of the specially designed experiences for every type of guest. A landmark for luxury hospitality in Thessaloniki, Makedonia Palace is so much more than a hotel!


High season
May 1 – Aug 31
Shoulder season
Low season