The Met Hotel

Rooms 212   Architecture Zege: Zeppos - Georgiadi + Associates   Interior Design Zege: Zeppos - Georgiadi + Associates, Andy Martin Studio
The Original Christina Chandris

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Rooms
212
Architecture
Zege: Zeppos - Georgiadi + Associates
Interior
Design Zege: Zeppos - Georgiadi + Associates, Andy Martin Studio
The Original Christina Chandris
—Built from high-end materials on a flourishing stretch of Thessaloniki’s urban coastline, The Met is a decadent cross between luxury hotel and world-class art gallery.

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    The Met Hotel

    The ancient coastal city of Thessaloniki is speckled with fascinating art galleries, but just one of them, The Met Hotel, doubles as an extravagant hotel. Wandering through its roomy, avant-garde hallways, it's hard to believe people are actually allowed to sleep here. On the piano-black walls, there are bold shots by famous fine-art photographers. And in the generous public spaces, you'll find sculptures and video works by some of the world's most revered contemporary artists. The floors of the 212 seductively simple rooms and suites are decked in dark tropical timber, and sea views flood in through huge glazed panes. A feeling of quality and intimacy washes over you as you sink into the swooping, softly lit sofas at Chan, the hotel’s zesty Asian restaurant. There is an indulgent spa too, but eventually the real joy is in exploring The Met's intriguing collection of artwork.

    Nearest Airport
    SKG - Macedonia International Airport
    Food & Drink
    Restaurant, Bar, Lounge, Pool Bar & Restaurant
    Spa & Recreation
    Health Club, Indoor & Outdoor Pool, Jacuzzi, Massage
    Conference & Meetings
    13 meeting rooms
    Internet
    Complimentary WiFi
    Services
    Breakfast, Concierge, Late Check-out, Parking, Room Service

    Rooms & Suites

    A total of 212 guestrooms and suites affording great city and port views welcome guests with a sophisticated combination of high aesthetics and advanced technology. The rooms are tastefully designed with the finest materials: wenge wooden floors, corian, and marble bathrooms. Solid, sharp-edged furnishings by the likes of Minotti and Armani Casa add tangible layers of comfort at every turn. Meanwhile, beauty products by Molton Brown give guests the freedom to pamper themselves. The rooms and suites are available in a range of sizes up to 110 square meters (1,100 square feet).

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    Architecture

    Tasos Zeppos

    In Thessaloniki, a city steeped in ancient history, it’s not easy to create a new cultural monument. But by designing an extravagant luxury hotel that doubles as a top-notch art gallery, Greek star architect Tasos Zeppos (who also built the Fresh Hotel Athens, a member of Design Hotels™) has garnered a great deal of attention. For the exterior, he placed an emphasis on brave monochrome contrasts, with sharp lateral beams pointing towards the busy industrial harbor. No space has been wasted on pure functionality, including even the underground car park, which has been given over entirely to the Formula 1 theme. Inside, the focus is more on wide, self-conscious areas that allow masterpieces the space to shine.

    Interior Design

    Visual Art

    Christina Chandris has worked hard to ensure The Met’s 212 guest rooms and suites blend high-end materials with inspirational art. There are solid wenge floors leading to marble- and Corian-built bathrooms. And black-and-white originals by German photographer Ralph Baiker hang near expansive glazed panes that offer views over the azure waters of Thessaloniki Harbor.

    Throughout the entire structure, high-end materials create a calming sense of quality and comfort. And in the Long Bar, where you’re free to sip whisky cocktails until the early hours of the morning, a 22-carat gold-plated wall twinkles and shines.

    Interior Design
    Visual Art

    Christina Chandris has worked hard to ensure The Met’s 212 guest rooms and suites blend high-end materials with inspirational art. There are solid wenge floors leading to marble- and Corian-built bathrooms. And black-and-white originals by German photographer Ralph Baiker hang near expansive glazed panes that offer views over the azure waters of Thessaloniki Harbor.

     
     

    Throughout the entire structure, high-end materials create a calming sense of quality and comfort. And in the Long Bar, where you’re free to sip whisky cocktails until the early hours of the morning, a 22-carat gold-plated wall twinkles and shines.

    Interior Design
    Visual Art

    Christina Chandris has worked hard to ensure The Met’s 212 guest rooms and suites blend high-end materials with inspirational art. There are solid wenge floors leading to marble- and Corian-built bathrooms. And black-and-white originals by German photographer Ralph Baiker hang near expansive glazed panes that offer views over the azure waters of Thessaloniki Harbor.

    Throughout the entire structure, high-end materials create a calming sense of quality and comfort. And in the Long Bar, where you’re free to sip whisky cocktails until the early hours of the morning, a 22-carat gold-plated wall twinkles and shines.

    Made by Originals

    Christina Chandris

    "Art needs spaces, and spaces need art," says Christina Chandris, a member of Greece's leading Chandris Hotels & Resorts group. Conveniently situated on the harbor of Thessaloniki, The Met provides outstanding boutique comfort and bountiful amenities. Chandris's passion for contemporary art seeps through The Met's very core. Having spent years traveling and collecting modern masterpieces, she has left a very personal mark on her family's newest hotel by making art central to her design concept. Popular among guests and day-trippers alike, The Met is an exceptional combination of innovative decor, impeccable service, and personal touches that reflect a refined business ambience and timeless elegance.