The Makedonia Palace lobby has been completely renovated, both functionally and aesthetically in order to align with the new enhanced provision of communal ground floor spaces.
The reception area has been transferred so as to hold a central, prominent position in the lobby area, creating two distinct spaces – the welcome area of the street entrance, and the one accessible by the waterfront, also serving as the lobby of the Hotel’s Business Centre.
The lobby walls have been coated with black “Melissohori” marble and white “Dionysus” marble, while in other areas the walls have been lined with wallpaper or mirror.
Bronze elements have been incorporated throughout the lobby in order to highlight or separate different areas. Vertical geometrical patterns serve as partitions at the reception area and delicate color strokes appear as decorative elements around the lift area. Furthermore, wood has been introduced in the form of vertical decorative elements in the VIP reception and the business centre.
The floor of the central area of the lobby has been coated with “Dionysus” white marble in harmonious alternating slabs creating a truly unique pattern. The floor of the reception forms an extended geometric pattern made of white “Dionysus” marble alternating dark gray marble with abstract curves and sharp rectilinear geometries.
Collaboration between MAKEDONIA PALACE and PAOK FC to offer relief to refugees. Love knows no borders!
The social issue of refugees is currently on the rise, compelling all of Europe to show interest and become engaged in seeking out solutions for the relief of people who have been forced to unconditionally abandon their homes, their families, their homelands.
Makedonia Palace enters the final phase of remake Project!
Thessaloniki’s historic and emblematic hotel is preparing to turn a new leaf; a few months from now, the hotel will enter a new phase in its long history.