Best Hotels, B&Bs, Guesthouses and Hostels in Athens

Best Hotels, B&B's and Hostels in Athens

We list the best hotels, hostels, B&Bs and guesthouses in Athens that have been recommended by travel experts from CNN, Lonely Planet, Fodor’s, New York Times, Frommer’s and more. All Athens hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews and we only list places that have a customer rating of at least 4 out of 5.

1

1
AthensWas Boutique Hotel, Athens

Dionysiou Areopagitou 5, Athina 117 42, Greece (show on map)
4.7
AthensWas Boutique Hotel, Athens
Expert reviews

“The 21-room AthensWas, with its clean-lined Classic Modernist interiors, is steps away from the Acropolis Museum.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Athens.

“The location, a three-minute walk to the Acropolis gate, couldn’t be better. Staff is friendly, adding a warm touch to the minimalist decor.”

Telegraph review:

“A revamped apartment building fitted out with a collection of modern classics, this 21-room Design Hotel is all about location, location, location. From the boxy rooftop restaurant, you can almost reach out and touch the Parthenon.”

Customer review rating
4.7 out of 5.0
What guests liked
  • Excellent location
  • Friendly staff
  • Great breakfast
  • Boutique style
  • Comfortable beds
From
$148 per night
Check availability
All you need to know

Right opposite monumental staples sites of Athens like Acropolis and the New Acropolis Museum, the Athens Was Boutique Hotel is the perfect choice for anyone wishing for a luxurious stay in the heart of the Greek city. The hotel is located in Athens’s oldest District called Plaka. The Temple of Olympian Zeus is only a few steps away and Syntagma Square is only a few minutes’ walk from the front doors. Designed to portray classical modernism, the hotel features an uncluttered and natural style in decor.

Staying at the Athens Was Hotel is a pleasurable experience for travelers whether visiting Athens for leisure of a business. In brings ancient Greek history, art culture and architecture to the forefront. Within minutes of stepping into the front doors, guests will experience a warm, welcoming feeling as the Athens Was hotel aims to be your home away from home.

Each room opens out into a furnished veranda and offers spectacular views of the city. When not resting in the lap of luxury, guests can treat their taste buds at the rooftop dining restaurant where Greek Mediterranean cuisine with French and Japanese influences is served. The Athens Was Hotel is a treat to every sense and sparks every facet of your imagination.

Hotel Details
— 21 rooms, including eight suites
— Retro chic style

Hotel Features
— Free WiFi
— Restaurant
— Bar
— 24-hour front desk
— Concierge service
— Express check in/ check out
— Rooftop and outdoor terrace
— Business and meeting facilities available
— Business center
— Room service
— Air conditioning
— Fitness center
— Child care services
— Laundry and ironing services available

Additional Info
— Check in starts at 2:00 PM
— Check out time is 12:00 PM
— Minimum check in age is 18 years old

Address
Dionysiou Areopagitou 5, Athina 117 42, Greece

2

2
Aparthotel Live in Athens

Ag. Anargiron 5, Athina 105 54, Greece (show on map)
4.6
Aparthotel Live in Athens
Expert reviews

“For an apartment stay with concierge services, check into Live in Athens, a selection of 11 colourful flats in various sizes, all within a stroll of the main attractions.”

Customer review rating
4.6 out of 5.0
What guests liked
  • Perfect location
  • Friendly staff
  • Lovely apartment
  • Boutique style
  • Comfortable beds
From
$51 per night
Check availability
All you need to know

Aparthotel is the perfect mixture of living and working, providing all the needs for a long stay in a hotel. The hotel/apartment style of the hotel makes it the ideal place for travelers who desire their own space. Unlike a regular hotel, instead, the Live in Athens features serviced apartments where guests are self-catered. Example of the self-catering services is the place designed for guests to cook their own food.

It is located centrally in the area of Psiri and offers guests with modern decors and self-catering amenities. Live in Hotel is located close to some of the most interesting places to visit in Athens with places such as the Omonia Square which is 700 m away from the hotel,n300 m from the famous Monastiraki and 5-minute walk from the Ancient Agora.

The apartments are smoke-free and number up to 7. Each apartment is fitted with full air conditioning, minimal interior decoration, kitchenette, a dining table, a fridge, LCD TV, microwave and free toiletries all making the rooms as convenient and self-sufficient as possible. Hardwood floors are some of the features of the units in the hotel and ensuite bathrooms. 

Guests and visitors can make use of the free Wi-Fi that is available throughout the building, and also make use of the laundry facilities that offer extra convenience. If guests are interested in eating out, the apartments are located close to local eateries where they can enjoy some of the famous Greek dishes.

Get the best value for money here.

3

3
Hotel Electra Metropolis, Athens

Mitropoleos 15, Athina 105 57, Greece (show on map)
4.6
Hotel Electra Metropolis, Athens
Expert reviews
CNN review:

“This 216-room hotel has sweeping views of the Parthenon, an outdoor pool, and is centrally located near Syntagma Square. There are three restaurants, a rooftop bar, a sauna and a Turkish bath in the Electra Metropolis.”

Fodors review:

“The Electra Metropolis marries the retro chic aesthetics of the ’50s and ’60s with the modernity of the 21st century. High up on the 10th floor is the roof garden with a stunning 360° panoramic view of Athens and beyond.”

Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Athens.

Telegraph review:

“The rooms are polished and the location couldn’t be more central, but the trump card at this five-star hotel in downtown Athens is undoubtedly the roof terrace, thanks to a small pool and full-blown views of the Parthenon.”

Customer review rating
4.6 out of 5.0
What guests liked
  • Excellent location
  • Rooftop restaurant
  • Comfortable beds
  • Great views
From
$194 per night
Check availability
All you need to know

Situated in the heart of the city, the hotel provides the perfect view of the whole city. This 5-star hotel is a brand new hotel located at the beginning of the Mitropoleos Street which is next to Syntagma Square, the most popular square in Greece. The hotel opened for service as recently as 2016 and has since been one of the most accommodated hotels in the city providing the perfect temporary homes for travelers, tourists and holidaymakers.

The hotel has 216 luxurious and exquisite rooms that are fully equipped with modern facilities and furnishes. The hotel also has fully equipped suites that offer the amazing view of the Acropolis and ancient neighborhood of Plaka. Modern decors, wooden floors and 40-inch smart TV are some of the standard settings of the Electra rooms. Other amenities such as free Wi-Fi, marble-tiled bathroom and mini bar makes the hotel the perfect home for tourists and business travelers.

The hotel offers a retro styled bar/lounge area intended for maximum use by guests to stay relaxed throughout their stay in the hotel. Quality leisure time is what the hotel provides for its guest with the lounge. This luxury bar is located in the centre of the building and decorated with exquisite Fassianos artwork.

The Metropolis Roof Garden provides guests with a unique experience and a chance to have a taste of the renowned Greek cuisine. Guests can enjoy one of the best-served dishes in the restaurant located in the hotel.

Five-star comfort sums up everything the hotel is about.

4

4
Hotel Grande Bretagne, Athens

1 Vasileos Georgiou A, Syntagma Square Str, Athina 105 64, Greece (show on map)
4.6
Hotel Grande Bretagne, Athens
Expert reviews

“Thankfully, nothing much has changed at Athens landmark Grande Bretagne in the last century. This gilded icon is impervious to passing fads.”

Featured in CN Traveler’s 2020 Gold List.

CNN review:

“The grande dame of hotels in Athens sits opposite the Parliament on Syntagma Square and has been a beacon of luxury and sophistication in the city for many years. There are many draws to this 1842-vintage building that used to be a private mansion.”

“If you aspire to the best, the place to stay in Athens is – and always has been – the Grande Bretagne, right on Syntagma Sq. Built in 1862 to accommodate visiting heads of state, it ranks among the grandest hotels in the world.”

Fodors review:

“With a guest list that includes more than a century’s worth of royals, rock stars, and heads of state, the landmark Grande Bretagne remains the most exclusive hotel in Athens. Built in 1842, the hotel still reflects its original grandeur.”

Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Athens.

Frommers review:

“The best rooms have balconies overlooking Syntagma Square with a view of the daily changing of the guard and the son et lumier show on the Acropolis most evenings. Just about everybody who’s anybody has stayed here including Winston Churchill, any number of Kennedys, and Madonna.”

Featured as Frommer’s Exceptional Choice in Athens.

Telegraph review:

“A local institution, this is the grande dame of Athenian hotels. Whenever heads of state and Hollywood stars come to the Greek capital, this is where they stay. Glamorous rooms, gracious service, an opulent spa and superb rooftop dining have earned the ‘GB’ a place among the world’s best hotels.”

Customer review rating
4.6 out of 5.0
What guests liked
  • Excellent location
  • Great neighborhood
  • Rooftop restaurant
  • Great views
  • Comfortable beds
From
$339 per night
Check availability
All you need to know

Situated in the heart of Athens, the Hotel Grande Bretagne is luxurious beyond compare and offers breathtaking views of the Greek city. These mystical view includes sights of the Parliament, Constitution Square, Lycabettus Hill, the original Olympic Stadium and Acropolis.

The hotel has been a landmark hotel since 1874 and certainly contributes to the mythical history of Athens. It is only walking distance from exclusive shopping areas, several museums and the business district. As a result, guests can soak in the lively atmosphere and engross themselves in adventure and exploration that will stimulate the heart, soul and mind.

Each room is lavishly furnished with the finest finishes and is attached to a marble bathroom featuring vanity counter and separate bathtub and shower. A few of the rooms even afford beautiful views of Acropolis and the Parliament building.

Outside of the lavish rooms, guests can dine at the Roof Garden restaurant, dive into the indoor or outdoor pool, sit bar side or enjoy the finest Mediterranean cuisine. For complete relaxation, guests can enjoy the spa, which offers thermal suite complete with herbal bath, grotto, ice fountain, couples retreat and more. Whether traveling for leisure or for business, guests can immerse themselves in the culture, architecture and history of the Hotel Grande Bretagne.

Hotel Details
— 320 rooms
— Built in the year 1874
— Greek style

Hotel Features
— Free WiFi
— Restaurant
— Bar
— 24-hour front desk
— Concierge service
— Butler service
— Rooftop terrace
— Business and meeting facilities available
— Business center
— Room service
— Indoor and outdoor pool
— Air conditioning
— Child care services available
— Select rooms offer disability access
— Fitness studio

Additional Info
— Check in starts at 2:00 PM
— Check out time is 12:00 PM
— Minimum check in age is 18 years old

Address
1 Vasileos Georgiou A’ str., Syntagma Square, Athina 10564, Greece

5

5
Ava Hotel and Suites, Athens

Lisikratous 9, Athens 105 58, Greece (show on map)
4.6
Ava Hotel and Suites, Athens
Expert reviews

“The small and elegant Ava Hotel, has only 15 rooms, all suites, but it’s in the historic neighborhood of Plaka and offers views of the Acropolis and the Temple of Olympian Zeus.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Athens.

Telegraph review:

“This boutique hotel has spacious rooms with kitchenettes. It is within easy walking distance of the city’s major sights and is well suited for families and travellers seeking long stays.”

Customer review rating
4.6 out of 5.0
What guests liked
  • Helpful staff
  • Clean rooms
  • Boutique style
  • Excellent location
  • Comfortable beds
From
$165 per night
Check availability
All you need to know

This boutique hotel offers the best self-contained suites and has some of the most spacious suites in the city. This hotel has been popularly described as a sanctuary or haven for business for both business and leisure travelers by offering some of the best modern features and facilities.

It is located in the heart of Athens and situated strategically close to landmark areas and famous places. For example, it is located 250 m from the Temple of Olympion Zeus a popular site to visit for tourists, 250m from the Akropoli, and Hadrian Arch. The nickname for the neighborhood where the hotel is located in the neighborhood of Gods, making the hotel itself an intriguing place to stay while in Athens.

Some of the amenities and features of the hotel are laundry facilities for guests, a large business center to help with work for business travelers, babysitting services making it ideal for families with little children and a functioning 24-hour front desk.

The suites in the hotel feature neoclassical décor with aesthetical pleasing wallpapers and furnishing. The suites are also fully air-conditioned and soundproofed ensuring that guests are not in any way inconvenient. Each suite has a well-equipped kitchenette, a comfortable seating area that includes a flat-screen TV and access to free Wi-Fi to stay connected to the rest of the world.

Guests can enjoy tasty meals such as the exquisite buffet breakfast which provides for everyone including vegans. Coffee/tea are served in the common area while the bar/lounge area offers maximum relaxation for guests.

6

6
Hostel City Circus, Athens

Sarri 16, Athina 105 53, Greece (show on map)
4.6
Hostel City Circus, Athens
Expert reviews

“It’s not the cheapest hostel going, but with its jaunty style and helpful staff, City Circus does lift the spirit more than most ultra budget lodgings.”

Telegraph review:

“Central, affordable lodgings are often bland and basic, but this hostel brims with warmth and charisma. Housed in a pair of handsome townhouses, there’s a sociable vibe in the large living room, a buzzy bistro and colourful roof terrace.”

Customer review rating
4.6 out of 5.0
What guests liked
  • Friendly staff
  • Comfortable beds
  • Great place
  • Boutique style
  • Top location
From
$20 per night
Check availability
All you need to know

This small hotel with rooms totaling 19 in all, is the perfect cozy hostel you will find in the city. The premises is fit to accommodate a wide range of needs. The hostel features a rooftop terrace designed to be the perfect relaxation spot and the floors of the rooms have been restored to wooden floors. The hostel is ideal as resting place due to its excellent location; it is 650m from Omonia Square, 20 km from Eleftherios Venizelos Airport, 350 m from the Monastiraki Metro Station and 400m from Thisio.

Regarded as one of the best value for money hostels, this is evident as a result of the high-quality services and amenities such as bar/lounge, full air conditioning in rooms, breakfast buffets and may more. This 4-star hotel and its friendly staff are very welcoming making guests feel at home throughout their stay in the hotel.

The hotel offers standard double ensuite bathrooms in its rooms, custom-made beds are also available in every room. Free Wi-Fi is standard for every room in the hotel.

The new restaurant, Zampano, offers both local and continental dishes ensuring that guests have the best meals during their stay in the city. The restaurant features traditional Greek cuisine which is equally matched with modern cooking creating a fascinating treat for guests. For wine lovers, you are provided and well cared for by the extensive long list of wines available to guests. The hostel is designed for you to enjoy every bit of your stay in the city of Athens.

7

7
Hotel Electra Palace, Athens

18-20 N, Navarchou Nikodimou Street, Athina 105 57, Greece (show on map)
4.5
Hotel Electra Palace, Athens
Expert reviews
Fodors review:

“Nestled on an unassuming little street in the heart of Plaka, Athens’ quaintest and most historic neighborhoods, the neoclassical-style hotel building is grandiose in a charmingly old-fashioned way.”

Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Athens.

Frommers review:

“The recently redecorated Electra Palace, on a quiet side street between Syntagma Square and Plaka, is one of the upmarket, comfortable, reliable Greek chain of Electra hotels. Unusually for a hotel in the heart of Athens, it has both an indoor and outdoor pool.”

Featured as Frommer’s Exceptional Choice in Athens.

Customer review rating
4.5 out of 5.0
What guests liked
  • Excellent location
  • Great neighborhood
  • Rooftop pool
  • Breakfast buffet
  • Boutique style
From
$225 per night
Check availability
All you need to know

The Electra Palace Hotel is located in the city of Athens where it offers tourists and travelers in the city a comfy temporary home fitted with all the needed luxury amenities. The hotel is the ideal place to stay when you are looking to get all the thrill and adventure the city has to offer.

Located on 18-20 N. Nikodimu Street, this five-star hotel is the place to stay when in Athens. The hotel offers its guests royalty-style luxury; in a bid to ensure that they have the experience of a lifetime.

Hotel rooms are spacious and well furnished with modern décor and adorned with elegant colors. The room options of the hotel include Classic Single Room, Classic Double Room, Classic Triple Room, Junior Suite, Presidential Suite, Suite, and Superior Double or Twin Room with Acropolis View.

The hotel offers proximity to several landmarks within the city such as The Jewish Museum of Greece which is just 150 m away from the hotel while the Greek Folk Art Museum Museo Ellinikis Laikis Technis which is also 150 m away from the hotel.

Rooms in the hotel are fitted with standard amenities such as free Wi-Fi for high-speed internet access, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, air conditioning and a comfy sofa. The rooms also come with a private bathroom with thoughtful touches such as free toiletries and bathroom slippers.

The lounge/bar area is the ideal place for guests to relax and enjoy a drink after a long day.

8

8
The New Hotel, Athens

Filellinon 16, Athina 105 57, Greece (show on map)
4.5
The New Hotel, Athens
Expert reviews

“The arty and bold New Hotel, designed by Fernando and Humberto Campana, two brothers, is situated near Syntagma and has 79 beautifully designed rooms. The hotel also has an excellent restaurant and the seventh-floor rooftop New Art Lounge and is decorated with contemporary art collected by its Greek-Cypriot owner, Dakis Joannou.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Athens.

CNN review:

“At this 79-room hip boutique hotel in the centrally located neighborhood of Syntagma, it’s all about the design. After all, the hotel is owned by Dakis Joannou, one of the most famous art collectors in Greece.”

“Brazilian designers, the Campana designers, melded their signature scraps-to-art style with Greek-folk touches and old Athens photos, creating a space that’s full of fun eye candy.”

Fodors review:

“Since its much-anticipated opening in 2011, the New Hotel has easily maintained the architectural cutting-edge style that made news headlines at the time. Excellent central location? Check. Good service? Check. Rooftop bar with Acropolis views? Check. Hefty price tag? Check.”

Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Athens.

Telegraph review:

“This city-centre hotel incorporates the long-standing history and modern, hip culture of Athens through its beautiful contemporary design and imaginative spaces. It also features an impressive rooftop bar and restaurant and a stunningly unique Penthouse Suite.”

Customer review rating
4.5 out of 5.0
What guests liked
  • Excellent location
  • Friendly staff
  • Rooftop bar
  • Boutique style
  • Comfortable beds
From
$197 per night
Check availability
All you need to know

The New Hotel is a haven for lovers of art, architecture and enriched culture. It was reconstructed from the dull Olympic Palace to this vibrant mix of color and art by Greek Cypriot art collector, Dakis Joannou. It is a dash of new flavor to an old but golden recipe.

Located in a historic Athenian neighborhood near the Syntagma Square, it is centered in a prime area for commercial activity and sightseeing. New Hotel stands out for its reanimated modernist structure in a sea of classicism. The top floor terrace provides a great view of Athens.

The interior decor is a mix of lively pastels and a mismatch of culture collisions, brought to life by Brazilians, Humberto and Fernando Campana. Each room is designed to showcase different aspects of Greek culture. However, it follows the exterior theme of modernism and regeneration. They all contain a private bathroom, flat screen TV and pay-per-view channels.

The smoking free hotels is a few minutes distance from main attractions like the Jewish Museum of Greece, Roman Ruins of Plaka, the Acropolis and its new museum, and the cafe and boutique shopping district of Kolonaki. This hotel is the ideal choice to leisure and business travelers alike.

Hotel Details
— 79 rooms
— The original Olympic Palace was built in the year 1958
— Modern style

Hotel Features
— Free WiFi
— Restaurant
— Breakfast in room
— Bar
— 24-hour front desk
— Concierge service
— Business and meeting facilities available
— Business center
— Room service
— Wellness facilities including Hammam, massage and fitness center
— Air conditioning
— Laundry and ironing facilities

Additional Info
— Check in starts at 2:00 PM
— Check out time is 12:00 PM
— Minimum check in age is 18 years old

Address
Filellinon 16, Athina 105 57, Greece

9

9
Hera Hotel, Athens

Falirou 9 Acropoli, Athina 117 42, Greece (show on map)
4.5
Hera Hotel, Athens
Expert reviews

“Behind its elegant neoclassical facade, this boutique hotel was totally rebuilt. But the formal interior design stays true to exterior style, with lots of brass and dark wood.”

Customer review rating
4.5 out of 5.0
What guests liked
  • Friendly staff
  • Excellent location
  • Rooftop restaurant
  • Boutique style
  • Great check-in
From
$112 per night
Check availability
All you need to know

Located at the foot of Acropolis Hill, Hera Hotel is the definition of hospitality and leisure. The hotel offers 38 guestrooms that are fitted with modern fittings and furnished with the most thoughtful of touches. The hotel is carefully and interestingly located within the range of some famous places in the city; a 5-minute walk to the famous Acropolis Museum, 9-minute walk to the Parthenon, 11-minute walk to the Roman Agora, 17-minute walk to the Hellenic Parliament and other long lists of notable sites in Athens. This proximity to landmark areas makes it an excellent location.

The hotel features some amazing amenities and facilities such as a restaurant that serves some of the best dishes in the city, a bar/lounge area designed for maximum relaxation, 24-hour business centre made just to help guests stay connected to their work at home, in-room childcare that makes it suitable for families and car rentals on site intended to aid curious guests easily visit all the interesting places in the city.

All the 38 guestrooms in the hotel are fully air-conditioned and each room has a minibar of its own. For the security of valuables, while staying in the hotel, the hotel made provisions for safes in every room giving guests assurance of maximum security of their valuables.

Stay your day with the exquisite and tasteful breakfast buffet provided by the hotel served daily in the dining area. The hotel offers the best room services carried out by the friendliest staff in the city.

After having a wonderful experience in the city, Hera Hotel is the perfect resting place for weary legs.

10

10
Fresh Hotel, Athens

Sofokleous 26, Athina 105 52, Greece (show on map)
4.4
Fresh Hotel, Athens
Expert reviews

“In the middle of the Psyrri night life scene, Fresh Hotel offers 133 bright rooms with whimsical splashes of highlighter tones. Look out for works by local artists hanging above Philippe Starck- and Zaha Hadid-designed furniture.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Athens.

Customer review rating
4.4 out of 5.0
What guests liked
  • Friendly staff
  • Rooftop bar
  • Great breakfast
  • Top location
  • Boutique style
From
$102 per night
Check availability
All you need to know

Fresh Hotel is a contemporary and colorful four-star hotel that is located 1.5 km from the Parthenon, just a four-minute walk from both metro and tram stations and is just twelve-minute walk from the Ancient Agora of Athens.

The hotel has 133 rooms (executive, suites, or superior) that provide a true sense of hospitality. Superior rooms come with four categories (standalone superior room, superior room with balcony, superior double with extra child bed, and family room), while executive and suite come with one category each.

The hotel provides its guests with panoramic vistas of the city along with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, as well as streamlined and upgraded rooms that include designer toiletries, Zen gardens, and pull-out sofas. Stylish suites of the hotel provide guests with balconies and additional living space.

The hotel’s casual and bright restaurant provides a complimentary breakfast buffet to the guests and its seasonal rooftop pool, replete with a bar, offers a glimpse of Acropolis. Additional facilities include a sauna, garage parking, and a well-equipped fitness center and gym with personal trainers.

The first floor of the Fresh Hotel has Magenta Restaurant that serves a broad range of fresh products to the guests. The ninth floor of the hotel has air lounge bar next to the pool, on the rooftop.

The hotel has many cool souvenirs and genuine cultural artifacts handmade exclusively for its guests ranging from Esti olive oil, Zeus, Tasos, Rustic shoe blackboard, bookmarks, among others. It also has several services for its guests from in-room massage therapies, dry cleaning and laundry services, child and baby care, and service doctor on call.

11

11
Hilton Hotel, Athens

Leof. Vasilissis Sofias 46, Athina 115 28, Greece (show on map)
4.1
Hilton Hotel, Athens
Expert reviews
Frommers review:

“When it went up in the 1960s, the Hilton was Athens’ first modern luxury hotel, and it is still one of the best hotels in town. Thanks to the Metro, you can be in Syntagma Square or at the Acropolis in minutes.”

Featured as Frommer’s Exceptional Choice in Athens.

Fodors review:

“A classic choice for the high-brow traveler, the Athens Hilton has kept its standards high ever since it opened as one of Athens’ most ‘wow’ hotels in 1963, having been the first ever chain hotel in the Greek capital.”

Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Athens.

Telegraph review:

“This well-established luxury hotel rises above an Athens’ main crossroad, boasting one of the best urban panoramic views from its rooms as well as its popular rooftop bar and restaurant.”

Customer review rating
4.1 out of 5.0
What guests liked
  • Great location
  • Acropolis view
  • Professional staff
  • Great breakfast
  • Top location
From
$240 per night
Check availability
All you need to know

This five-star luxury resort is located in the historic city of Athens, particularly on 46 Vassillissis Sofis Avenue where it offers the best of hospitality services and conditions in the entire city. Hilton Hotel Athens is renowned for its panoramic views of the city which it offers its guests as well as the extra friendly staff of the hotel who make guests feel welcome the very moment they step into the hotel premises.

The is located right in the heart of Athens which offers it proximity to the central business district of the city as well as the financial, commercial and entertainment hub of the city.

The hotel offers stylish and lush room options such as King Guest Room, Twin Guest Room, Single Hilton Guest Room, Twin Guest Room with Acropolis View, King Guest Room with Acropolis View, Executive King Room with Acropolis View and Executive Twin Room with Acropolis View.

Other accommodation options are also available in the hotel such as Executive King Room, Executive Twin Room, Deluxe King Suite with Acropolis View and King Olive Suite.

The rooms of the Hilton Hotel Athens are fitted with standard amenities such as free Wi-Fi for high-speed internet access, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, air conditioning and a comfy sofa.

The on-site hotel restaurant offers a wide variety of local and international cuisines, prepared from fresh ingredients and served exquisitely in a stylish and refreshing setting.

The hotel provides other services, facilities, and amenities such as concierge services, luggage storage, 24-hour front desk, airport shuttle, daily maid service and room service.

12

12
Hostel AthenStyle, Athens

Agias Theklas 10, Athens, 10554, Greece (show on map)
4.0
Hostel AthenStyle, Athens
Expert reviews
Telegraph review:

“This cosy, cheerful and casual boutique hostel, tucked down a tiny urban road in the Psirri district, encourages travellers to meet with lots of communal spaces, including a scenic rooftop bar and restaurant known for its happy hour.”

Customer review rating
4.0 out of 5.0
What guests liked
  • Top location
  • Excellent Wifi
  • Friendly staff
  • Rooftop bar
From
$19 per night
Check availability
All you need to know

Hostel AthenStyle, Athens, offers the best hotel and hostel service in the region. It offers several activities to the guests, which makes their stay comfortable and memorable in Athens. They have a team of professionals that go out on tours with the guests to help them understand the history and story behind the tourist spots.

In this article, you will know about modern amenities available with Hostel AthenStyle, Athens.

Features and Amenities at Hostel AthenStyle, Athens

Hostel AthenStyle, Athens, has teams to help you go on a city tour. They will act as a tour guide to you and will try to cover most of the places within your travel time. it is completely free of cost while tips are welcomed.

You will get a pub to chill out with friends during your stay. The pub is open only on Friday and Saturday at 11pm.

You will also get a rooftop pool to enjoy sunbathing and there is a beach bar available for you to chill out in your leisure time.

You will get the local famous dishes to satisfy your food cravings. There is a happy hour duration every day from 6pm to 7pm. There are exclusive offers on beers during the happy hours.

They also offer classes for teaching basic Greek language to the guests for their ease of interaction with the locals.

You can also avail yoga classes and massage services at minimal additional charges.

These are few of the modern amenities available with Hostel AthenStyle, Athens, for giving the guests a great traveling experience to Athens.

Map
F.A.Q

What are the best neighborhoods to stay in Athens?

The city of Athens is the capital of Greece and it was also the center of Ancient Greece. The city still retains the landmarks dating back to the Ancient Greek Civilization and is a popular destination among tourists across the globe. Here are some of the best neighborhoods to stay in Athens:

Plaka
Plaka is the historical neighborhood of Athens and is arguably the most picturesque and beautiful area of the city. The neighborhood is located in the vicinity of Acropolis and its ancient temples. Replete with tiny shops selling clothes, jewelry, and ceramics and paved with narrow cobblestone streets, the area has the ambience of a village.

Monastiraki
Monastiraki is famous for its iconic landmarks such as Stoa of Attalos, the Ancient Agora, Hadrian’s Library, and a museum exhibiting Athenian artifacts. With a well-known flea market, the neighborhood also houses ancient ruins, restaurants, hotels, taverns, bars, cafes, and small shops as well as offers views of the Acropolis.

Syntagma Square
Syntagma Square is a historical landmark in Athens and is an important hub of social, political, and commercial life of the city’s residents. Syntagma Square is situated in front of the Old Royal Palace that accommodates the Greek Parliament since 1934.

Exarcheia
Exarcheia is an area located in the downtown part of the city near the iconic building of the National Technical University. The neighborhood is renowned for the home of Greek anarchists.

Kolonaki
Kolonaki is a neighborhood with shopping complexes that provides space to both Greek boutique designers and international brands. It is also home to a wide array of mid-range and fine dining restaurants.

Which Athens hotel offers great views?

The Hilton Hotel offers amazing views of the Acropolis. The Hotel Grande Bretagne also offers great views of Athens.

How much does a hotel stay cost in Athens?

The average rate for a 3-star hotel in Athens is around $75 per night. If you're looking for a 4-star hotel in Athens then it will cost you around $110 per night. For the luxury segment, 5 star-hotels, you'd be looking at a cost of around $205 per night.

Which Athens hotel offers the best breakfast?

The early bird catches the worm, if you're looking for an Athens hotel offering a great breakfast, then go for the AthensWas Boutique Hotel.
About Athens

Athens is a historic city with one of the richest histories in the entire human history. Classical Athens was a very powerful city-state which was a result of the seagoing development of the port of Piraeus. The city of Athens is widely considered the cradle of Western civilization as well as being regarded as the birthplace of democracy.

In recent times, the city has become a large cosmopolitan metropolis and central to the economic, financial, maritime, industrial, cultural, social and political life in Greece.

Athens was ranked the 39th richest city by purchasing power in the year 2012, as well as doubling as the 67th most expensive city to live in the world, in a study done by UBS.

The port of Piraeus is the largest passenger port in the whole of Europe while it is the second largest in the whole world. The heritage of the city is what makes it even more attractive to tourists and visitors, with places such as Acropolis of Athens and Daphni Monastery constantly visited throughout the year. Both landmarks are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

The popular architectural trilogy of Athens consists of the National Library of Greece, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and the Academy of Athens are popular tourist attractions in the city.

If you like our list of best places to stay in Athens, then you should also check out our selection of recommended hotels in Istanbul or the best hotels in Vienna.

We use cookies on this website to analyse your use of our products and services, provide content from third parties and assist with our marketing efforts. Learn more about our use of cookies and available controls: cookie policy. Please be aware that your experience may be disrupted until you accept cookies.