Great Services

Room service – Car rental – Dry Cleaning – Laundry – Wake-up service – Newspaper service – Ticket service – Early breakfast (upon request) – Breakfast in special packaging upon request – 12h room service (available for breakfast, lunch or dinner) – Towel change, other than mandatory (upon request) – Pillow selection service – Express check out – Luggage service (storage – transport)

BREAKFAST: 08:00 – 11:00 (A LA LCARTE)
Check In: from 15:00 / Check Out: until 12:00

Professional Staff

Our experienced personnel is ready to satisfy your requests and ensure a pleasant stay.

Room Facilities

Ironing service – Heating – Air conditioning – TV – Tea and coffee facilities – Phone – Tablet  (upon request) – Hairdryer – Minibar – Shower -Bathrobe – Slippers – In-room safe – Baby cots – Free toiletries – LCD TV – Cable / Satellite TV – Soundproofed windows – Closet – Work desk.

Suite Acropolis View

    • Area: 36sqm
    • Veranda / city & acropolis view
    • Jacuzzi
    • Bed type: Double bed and a single bed / sofa

Comfort Room

Area: 16sqm
Window / no view
Bed type: Double bed

Deluxe Room City View

Area: 22sqm
Window or balcony / city view
Bed type: Queen bed or two twin beds

Superior Room City View

Area: 26sqm
Window / city view
Bed type: Queen bed or two twin beds

Nearby Sights




A touristci area of ​​Athens, close to Plaka and the Acropolis. Monastiraki Square, just in front of the electric station, is the starting point for “Yousourum”, the big bazaar on Hephaestus Street, which was formerly known for its antiquities, but today it also has shops with modern streetwear. Next to the square is the Tzistarakis mosque, which houses today a collection of pottery, and the church of Panagia Pantanassa, also known as the “Church of the Great Monastery”.



The old quarter of Athens, with its neoclassic houses and its narrow cobbled streets, is one of the most touristic areas because of its proximity to the Acropolis. Hadrian’s main street and the surrounding streets and pedestrian streets are full of tourist shops, cafes, traditional tavernas and restaurants. The area also has many old churches, some of which are Byzantine, such as the “Transfiguration of the Savior” dating back to the 11th century. In its narrow alleys, several museums are housed, such as the Children’s Museum, the Kanellopoulos Museum and the Museum of Greek Folk Instruments. The visitor will also see monuments such as Lysikrates, known as “Diogenes Phaner”, the mosque, and archaeological sites such as the Hadrian Library, the Roman Forum and the Hammam, the “Bath of the Winds”.



The trademark of the city, is the number one attraction in Athens. Entering the archaeological site, we see the complex of the Propylaea. In front of the right wing is the small temple of Athena Nike. The gaze of all, however, is drawn by the Parthenon, a temple made almost entirely of Pentelic marble, dedicated to Athena, inside which was her golden-ivory statue. Right across from the Parthenon, on the north side of the Acropolis stands the Erechtheion, the temple of the famous Caryatians, where six marble daughters replace the columns. Exiting the archaeological site on the right, there is a rock, the Arios Pagos, the seat of the most ancient court in Athens. This is where Apostle Paul spoke in 52 AD. for Christianity. Climb the stairs and enjoy the city’s view from above.


A: 11, Athinaidos Str., 10560, Athens, Greece.
T: 210 3239899 


  • Airport: 30 km
  • Port of Piraeus: 10 km
  • Port of Rafina: 30 km