When we first arrived, the hotel reception told us that they had taken the liberty of upgrading us in a better room than what we had originally booked for. The Breakfast is very good and the staff made me a cheese omelet as I had ordered it (bkfast is included). The room was extremely clean and quiet. As this hotel is in a high end neighbourhood, there is a great deal of high end shopping available. The hotel is also located at the Likavitos mountain. We went to the top of the mountain where there is a church, and also enjoyed a panoramic view of Athens. The neighbourhood offers many cafes and restaurants with excellent western food as well as greek home made cuisine. Check the antique shops in this neighbourhood. Many Art Deco and Art Nouveau antiques.
Traveller from Toronto, Canada
Located in Kolonaki, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Medusa Art Gallery, Hellenic Parliament, and Syntagma Square …More
Stayed at hotel 4 different times during a month holiday. Located centrally not in the busy central section of Athens. Felt comfortable walking around in the area, found great restaurants with great food . The hotel's restaurant was excellent as well. It was by far the best buffet breakfast we had during our entire holiday. The staff were both pleasant and helpful, made us feel very welcome. The rooms were nice, clean and the bathrooms were large. Would highly recommend.
Traveller from Vancouver BC Canada
Located in Kolonaki, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of U.S. Embassy, Hellenic Parliament, and Syntagma Square. Benaki …More
This hotel is in a quite back street but is not far from bus and metro services to the center of Athens. It has reasonably priced parking. The rooms are pleasant. The bus to/from the airport stops nearby.
Traveller from Pennsylvania
Located in Kolonaki, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of U.S. Embassy and Lycabettus Theater. Hellenic Parliament and …More
Near Syntagma Square, home to the Greek Parliament, Athens’ most expensive residential quarter is the domain of wealthy Greeks and foreign embassy staff. Glamorous socialites frequent the fashionable bar-restaurants, chic boutiques and designer stores. A funicular serves the pine-clad slopes of Mount Lycabettus, and several of Athens’ top museums are within walking distance.