The Westin Athens Astir Palace Beach Resort

  • 40 rue Apollonos – Complexe hôtelier Astir Palace,
  • 16671 Vouliagmeni
  • Athènes - Vouliagmeni,
  • 16671
  • Grèce
  • Carte

Chambres et tarifs



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Remarque : Dans cet hôtel, les hôtes jusqu'à 12 ans sont considérés comme des enfants. Veuillez rectifier le nombre d'adultes et d'enfants si nécessaire.
Reportez-vous aux conditions et détails des chambres pour plus d'informations concernant les frais applicables pour les lits d'appoint et les personnes supplémentaires.

Politique relative au programme tarifaire familial

Les frais ne sont pas facturés pour les enfants âgés de 12 ans ou moins qui partageront une chambre avec un adulte payant. Les lits pliants, lit d'appoints pour enfant ou lits pour bébés peuvent engendrer des frais supplémentaires.

Politique relative à l'âge requis

Les hôtes doivent être âgés d'au moins 18 ans et présenter une pièce d’identité avec photo pour réserver une chambre et s'enregistrer à l'hôtel.

Rated 4 out of 5 by 58 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Location beats everything Past few years I have visited the hotel several times, its location is the best near Athens. Last time I was told that I was upgraded to an executive floor. The room had ABSOLUTELY nothing different than the other room, when I asked what is the "executive" about it I was told that it has better view, NOT at all the case,in fact it had almost no view and it was the only noisy room I had ever stayed in. The location will make me return to that hotel but I will think twice before using any other SPG hotel. September 14, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Stunning location We stayed at the Westin at Vouliagmeni for a long weekend in September. It's position is perfect with views of the sea on both sides of the headland, its proximity to the airport and to Athens. The rooms are spacious, well equipped with lovely terraces from where one can watch the sun rise and set. The pool is large and clean and there are plenty of sunbeds. There is a little beach with a safe area of the sea in which one can swim. It was not clear to us that there are two hotels on the complex but the Westin and Astir are separate buildings...both pretty similar in style and comfort. The hotel is not close enough to the to the town for an evening stroll but there are several restaurants within the complex all of which are of an excellent standard for food, service, ambience and amazing views. We would like the Taverna 37 to have been open in the evening for a more traditional Greek meal as we don't tend to eat lunch but because we wanted to try it we did go at lunchtime and it was also excellent. Away from the restaurants the service was a bit on the slow side but not enough to worry about (however had we been on business it could have been annoying). We would also have appreciated the back gate being open in the evening to save the long walk back from a visit to the marina. All in all a lovely hotel. September 10, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Honeymoon Nights This hotel needs improvement. Our bathroom was not clean and as Platinum members we received 0% amenities. No points for the stay, we had to ask for water, and no internet in the room. While the views are nice the hotel staff left us underwhelmed. Once we had an upgrade confirmed it included a car to the airport. Upon asking to confirm this we had to show proof to the hotel as they did not believe us. When we checked out we had been charged for mini-bar items we didn't use. Of three SPG hotels we stayed at during our stay in Greece this was by far the one we would not return to. July 21, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Very bad service and most of the stuff is rude The reception staff was rude, the concierge -reception as well, in fact everybody was kind of rude apart from the night shift porter and receptionist. Also it must be the only place where they charge you this amount of money and don't provide complimentary water or coffee in the room, and i am a gold spg member ( they have the machine but not the coffee)!! The location is excellent though. July 5, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by nice, but not great Overall, a good place to stay. I stayed there twice this summer. The food is great, the view amazing, and the pool and beach are just wonderful. It is very clean and all the usual amenities are available. Two things disappointed me quite a bit: the condition of the rooms, and the limited English skills of the staff. Unfortunately, the rooms are a bit tired by now, with the exception of the bathrooms which are great. For examples, the irons are old non-steam irons, and the surfaces of the furniture are quite scratched and used. The staff generally only seems to understand basic English, which makes it very hard for them to deliver exceptional service. For example, when you ask for "yoghurt dressing on the side", all they hear is "yoghurt dressing". Or it can take three calls with the front desk staff calling back to confirm before you actually have a dinner reservation. It takes patience, and even then you too often end up with something not quite what you asked for. To me, fixing this shortcoming would be the most important for the resort, especially for English-speaking guests. As a Platinum SPG member I did not see any special recognition beyond the usual upgrades. The welcome drink in the room was not what is on my file as my favorite (I like sparkling water rather than flat water). So overall, a nice place for a nice vacation, but not a great place that I would recommend for an exceptional vacation or honeymoon. August 25, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by First 45 minutes at Westin? / Go with the flow this is the "greek way" While I have stayed at this resort in the past, I find the need to write about the positives and possible improvements to this great property. The resort on its own compares to few in Greece. its location, grounds and beautiful waters sparkle majestically. It's the staff that can make a hotel shine to its glory. While the Front desk and bar staff were great its the behind the scenes that needs immediate repair. Greater attention to the room preparation must be made by the hotel staff. In my first 45 minutes; I requested my bags to be delivered on two occasions (once in receiving my keys and half hour later with a call to front desk) which I had checked in earlier prior to receiving my room keys. Upon entering the room; I could not open the safe. Call to front desk; sent their security person up within 20 minutes. Tried to work the TV in room; no power. Called and had the TV repairman in. Seems that the rooms power to the TV unit had been completely discharged from the plug. Waited 45 minutes now for all this to rectify itself but still no bags. Finally went down to front desk and recovered my three bags myself and brought them to my room. The next morning, one of the girls at the front desk apologized and insisted that she requested the bags to be brought up twice. It seems that the hotel expects a two man operation to handle the following; (porters, baggage check-in; taxis departures/ arrival) This may be fine in November or February (off season) but it is lacking in service and expectations for the clientele and the busy summer season. My suggestion to the GM; move waiters from your dining facility that are either delegating order to others or arguing in front of guests on who should deliver plates to a quality control team to your rooms. This was actually comically to watch as the Manager in this area would try to calm staff members, not to shout where guests would hear them. A property of this magnitude should not have it's rooms delivered to a guest's hands until it is checked and reviewed. One would expect the maids to see that no lighting is available in the shower and report such to maintenance. Not a chance! Hopefully, the GM will recognize these events and try to implement a system for internal procedures which are expected. If he doesn't; he need have to worry too much. I will stay there again as I refuse to let staff that are not properly trained to provide "great customer attention" affect any part of my trip at the Westin. Regrettably, this is the Greek standard. My message to travellers here, go with the flow and you will enjoy yourself in this beautiful place. Go against the grain of the Greeks and you will truly miss the beauty of this resort and country and will no doubt be worrying about their negative attitudes towards guests and performing at a high level of service which is more than obtainable. Staff Accountability can be the only way to enhance this resort. If the hotel could run as 50% as efficiently as it's Japanese Sushi (Nobu) restaurent on the property. Now that would be something to be proud and excited about as a Greek visiting his homeland. August 15, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice resort, far from town Secluded resort with a neat pool/beach area - although it is not a typical large sandy beach. Very crowded during our stay. Rooms were fine, modern. Location is either a plus or downfall depending on your point of view. You must take the hotel shuttle (which has limited times) or a taxi (or taxi to light rail/subway) into town. This gets a bit expensive if you want to go in/out on your own schedule. You can't really walk to any restaurants outside of the hotel, either. Nice recognition of our honeymoon, and very friendly staff. December 19, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very nice place for holiday Lovely place, good acomodation, nice stuff. August 13, 2014
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