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Refined Luxury in a Prestigious Athens Hotel

tgt11This secret hotel is located in the heart of Athens and is one of the country’s most prestigious hotels, dating back to the 30’s. There are 102 guest rooms and suits with natural wooden floors, luxury amenities, free Wi-Fi and 24 hour concierge service. The check in is at 2pm and the checkout, at 12pm.

One of the best things about this hotel, apart from the impeccable service and the opulence, is that it offers an amazing panoramic view over the Acropolis and the city of Athens. This hotel has three meeting rooms, so if you’re in town for business, this is the place to stay at.

This secret hotel’s restaurant is truly luxurious. It is located on the seventh floor and offers a wonderful view of Athens. Try the exquisite modern Greek cuisine in one of the best restaurants in Greece. You must know that the dress code is elegant smart casual and that there are no shorts, sandals or flip flops allowed in the main dining area.

In the Local Area

Every attraction in the beautiful city of Athens is a treasure! The city’s rich history waits to be discovered, step out of the hotel and start exploring.

The New Acropolis Museum was established in 2009 and has 226,000 square meters. It is by far, the city’s greatest museum – a visit here will help you understand more about the people, the nation that was once the greatest in the world.

The Ancient Agora is right inside the famous Stoa of Attalos at the foot of the Acropolis. Once you step foot inside you will certainly be overwhelmed with its beauty. Imagine, the ancient Athenians used to meet there, trade and entertain, and you get to be in the exact same place they were!

The Monastiraki Flea Market is the place to be on an early Sunday morning, if you are a morning person. Even if you’re not, we suggest you make an effort and come visit because it’s an experience you will never forget. There are dozens of colorful shops where you can get your souvenirs, relics and clothes.

Once you’ve grown tired from walking and discovering bits of history, why not relax with some shopping? The Voukourestiou Street is the place where all the great brands are! The shopping hours are: on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday from 9am to 3pm and on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9am to 9pm.


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