Being Thessaloniki’s biggest Congress hotel, the Grand Hotel Palace helps you achieve more with every conference, event or meeting that you plan with us. Its experienced personnel will assist in enriching your ideas and meeting your needs in order to create memorable experiences for you and your event. 3,300 participants in 13 superb conference halls, with the “Voula Patoulidou” impressive hall being among them, equipped with state-of-the-art technology. Comfortable, functional, and luxurious halls, with advanced infrastructure, ultramodern audio-visual equipment, and specialized services guarantee the success of your conference. It is one of the few congress venues in Thessaloniki that is equipped with translation booths and simultaneous translation systems
Grand Hotel Palace 5 Stars
TIMELESS LUXURY & FINESSE. The Grand Hotel Palace is the largest 5-star conference hotel built in Thessaloniki; the city of history and culture, and metropolis and evergreen economic centre of the Balkan region.
Makedonia Palace meeting facilities:
- 13 multi-functional halls
- 2 Roof Screens 3m x 2m installed at different spots within the hall
- State of the art A/V equipment, Wireless Microphones
- Closed Video & Audio system across the 13 Conference rooms of the hotel
- Translation booths
- Autonomous air-conditioning & ventilation system
- E-conference/Videoconferencing/ Net meeting
- Real-time translation system/ Headphones
- Control system
- Video Projectors / Video-Data Graphics Projectors/ Video walls
Place your trust with the experienced and highly-skilled staff of the Grand Hotel Palace, in order to plan the successful implementation of your conference.
Enjoy your coffee break, lunch, or dinner at one of the hotel’s elegant lounges, or at the award-winning “Seros Prime Dining” restaurant, which offers delicious cuisine recommendations.
Thessaloniki also known as Saloniki or Salonica is the second-largest city in Greece, with over 1 million inhabitants in its metropolitan area, and the capital of the geographic region of Macedonia, Northen Greece. It is a Greek port city on the Thermaic Gulf of the Aegean Sea. Evidence of Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman history remains, especially around Ano Poli, the upper town. The ruins of Roman Emperor Galerius’ 4th-century palace include the Rotunda that has been both a church and a mosque. Much of the city center was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1917. The rebuilt 20th-century city has a modern European layout