Sometimes even the most traditional of hotels, considered top luxury when they were built, can introduce today-elements that just say FUN. Take an example at the 1963 (sic) vintage Hilton Athens, a solid 13-floor construction designed by Alexandros Tombazis. The GM is a night-time serious potter, Bart van de Winkel, whose ceramics are representations of the migrant crisis, political issues of that calibre. The de Winkel hair cut means business. One of the waiters, poolside at Oasis cafe, by contrast, has hair that says look at me, I mean business with fun.
This complements Oasis food. The menu’s plastic covers are actually double-layer, with oil between that moves around, in a squeezy way. It offers such healthy dishes as an Oasis Salad, with toasted goat cheese, mango strips, strawberries and strawberry vinaigrette. Put this with one of the smoothies, say a Green Power, namely spinach, banana, chia seeds, blueberries, hemp seed, spirulina powder (blue-green algae super-food), and stevia powder (a natural sweetener). As the gal has said so many times, go for business with fun and everyone is happier. Every luxury hotel should take note.