Athens offers its visitors a great variety of hotels, as well as other accommodation solutions. If what you rank most highly is aesthetics, Athens offers a large number of choices ranging from modern minimalist hotels and boutique hotels to lodgings in traditional buildings and international chains hotels with luxurious services.

Hotels

During the last 20 years, there has been a significant improvement in the accommodation infrastructure of Athens Greece. Many new hotels have been built around the city of Athens and its surroundings. Because of the Olympic Games, many hotel owners renovated, expanded and modernised their facilities in order to offer all manner of comforts and luxuries to satisfy even the most demanding visitors.

The accommodation infrastructure in Athens caters to all tastes and budgets, from luxurious suites to low-cost youth hostels. Lavishly adorned rooms with super spas, charming bed and breakfasts, can all be enjoyed any time of year and through the city centre and surrounding Attica region. Many 5-star and more affordable new boutique hotels are located near the Acropolis, in Plaka, in the area around Omonia Square, in Kolonaki at Lycabettus Hill, and in SIntagma.

A bit off the centre on Sygrou Avenue are where major hotel chains are located. For those who prefer the sea and short commute to the city, the Attica Coastline from Paleo Faliro, Glyfada, Kavouri, Voula, Vouliagmeni, Varkiza and Lagonisi are worth considering, winter and summer.

Most of the Athenian hotels are within walking distance to the metro or a tram station.. Among the 500 hotels of different categories and the 29,000 rooms to be found in Athens, there is surely one that can accommodate your needs.

City Centre

Whether you are looking for glamorous rooms with relaxing spas by the seaside or you just want a bed and a breakfast before hopping to the islands, Athens has can offer both and everything in between. Many of the hotels in the centre are located in the areas near the Acropolis, in Plaka, in the area around Omonia Square, in Kolonaki at Lycabettus Hill, around the Parliament Square, as well as on Sygrou Avenue and the entire Athenian.

Easy access to archaeological sites. Walking distance to thousands of years of history, fabulous shopping, dining and cosmopolitan nightlife. Rooms with a view of the Acropolis. Exclusive spa treatments. Affordable or expensive, always charming and each unique. The list of accommodations in the centre of Athens offers a place to stay for every taste and budget.

Airport

During the last 20 years, there has been a significant improvement in the accommodation infrastructure of Athens Greece. Many new hotels have been built around the city of Athens and its surroundings. Because of the Olympic Games, many hotel owners renovated, expanded and modernised their facilities in order to offer all manner of comforts and luxuries to satisfy even the most demanding visitors.

Staying at or near the Airport is not what it used to be. Airports have evolved into mini “airport cities” offering amenities and lots things to keep you busy until your next flight: from shopping, dining and catching up on business to getting a new haircut. At Athens International Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos” the choices range from high-end and budget hotels, or, if you have a bit more time, accommodation near the sanctuary of Artemis at Vravron.

Youth Hostels

A youth hostel with a rooftop to enjoy the Acropolis? Indeed. Several youth hostels in Athens are located in the charming and hip neighborhoods of the historic centre: Psiri, Monastiraki and Pagrati. The convenient location of these on-a-budget accommodations – near key shopping, museums and nightlife districts – makes this one of the best deals in Athens.

Coastal

Many of the hotels in the centre are located in the areas near the Acropolis, in Plaka, in the area around Omonia Square, in Kolonaki at Lycabettus Hill, around the Parliament Square, as well as on Sygrou Avenue and the entire Athenian coastline from Faliro to Glyfada, Kavouri, Voula, Vouliagmeni, Varkiza and Lagonisi.

Breathtaking blue seas that reach beyond the horizon. Tropical and exotic restaurants, cafes and bars that boast internationally-acclaimed chefs. Spas with Thalassotherapy treatments. The hotels along the coast begin with affordable three-and four-star along the start of the Attica Coastline and increase to include 5-star luxury as you head toward Vouliagmeni and Sounion. Wherever you choose to stay, the sea and city are close by.

Greater Athens

In Athens, Greece you will find hotels of all styles and budgets, from luxurious suites to low-cost youth hostels. Whether you are looking for glamorous rooms with relaxing spas by the seaside or you just want a bed and a breakfast before hopping to the islands, Athens has can offer both and everything in between.

The quieter plush green suburbs of Kifissia, Kefalari — and additional areas just outside of Athens and the popular coastal towns — offer a neoclassical or modern escape with accommodations and amenities fit for the demanding traveler. Relax and indulge the fresh air that these venues offer, without compromising comfort and style.

Budget Hotels

The accommodation landscape in Athens increased dramatically in recent years as the city had to host thousands of visitors for the Olympic Games. This ushered a new era in hotels. The affordable budget and boutique hotel type of accommodation blossomed. New buildings were erected, and traditional existing hotels were refurbished. The result is a choice of many excellent budget hotels in the centre and Attica region.

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