Hotels in Greece

A good hotel can be a home away from home and an oasis of comfort after a long day. The hotels in our list are all in the centre, except for the Four Seasons on the Athens Riviera, and the St. George Lycabettus, which sits in a quiet spot above the exclusive neighbourhood of Kolonaki.

We picked these hotels for good location, exquisite service and full amenities.

Hotels in Greece

Handpicked List

Four Seasons

40 Apollonos, Vouliagmeni, Athens 16671
Contact: 210 890 1040

The jewel of the Athens Riviera, the Astir Palace Hotel, has recently been fully renovated and upgraded to become the first Four Seasons hotel in Greece. The hotel occupies a private peninsula, which includes pristine beaches and a private marina. If you don’t need to be in the city centre daily, this luxury resort will make a business trip feel like work and play rolled into one. It is also well worth a weekend stay for some pampering by the sea.

Visit Website

St. George Lycabettus

2 Kleomenous, Athens 10675
Contact: 210 741 6000

Elegant and distinguished, the St. George Lycabettus is located in the exclusive neighbourhood of Kolonaki, at the foot of Mount Lycabettus. Here you will enjoy fantastic views, peace and quiet, as well as gourmet cooking highlighting the unique flavors of Greece. During the summer you can also take a refreshing swim in the pool on the roof terrace.

Visit Website

Divani Palace Acropolis

19 Parthenonos, Athens 1174
Contact: 210 928 0100

The Divani Palace Acropolis is near the lively neighbourhood of Koukaki, and the pleasant streets of Mets. The hotel has a view of the Acropolis and is across the street from the park area around the Temple of Olympian Zeus. A pretty interior courtyard features a pool and bar for relaxing after a tiring day. A stunning roof terrace provides the perfect setting for dinner.

Visit Website

Electra Mitropolis

15 Mitropoleos, Athens 10557
Contact: 214 100 6200

Another new 5-star hotel is the Electra Mitropolis, which is part of the Greek Electra chain of upscale hotels around the country. Beautifully decorated, the hotel has a low-key atmosphere of quiet elegance and a gorgeous roof terrace. A tiny 16th century church has been preserved next to the entrance and glass panels in the sidewalk reveal the ancient walls of Themistocles that traverse the basement of the hotel.

Visit Website

Electra Palace

18-20 N. Nikodimou, Athens 10557
Contact: 210 337 0000

On a quiet street in Plaka, the old town of Athens, the Electra Palace welcomes travelers to a peaceful oasis in the hustle and bustle of downtown. You can take a swim on the

roof with a view of the Acropolis. Drinks and dinner can be enjoyed either on the roof terrace or in the pretty garden at street level. You will feel like you are staying at a relaxing country retreat, and yet you are only steps from Syntagma Square.

Visit Website

New Hotel

16 Filellinon, Athens 10557
Contact: 210 327 3000

A recent addition to the Athens hotel scene, New Hotel features a hip atmosphere with up-to-date design and modern art. An in-house bakery provides fresh pastries in the lobby coffee shop, while fine dining is offered in the hotel’s restaurant. Other amenities include a Turkish hammam, an indoor pool and business services.

Visit Website

Hilton

46 Vasilissis Sofias Avenue, Athens 11528
Contact: 210 728 100

The Athens Hilton is another landmark in the city. Completely refurbished in preparation for the 2004 Olympics, the hotel offers guests two swimming pools, several restaurants and a spectacular rooftop bar that is popular with business people. The main restaurant, Milos, is renowned as one of the best seafood restaurants in the city.

Visit Website

Grecotel Pallas Athena

65 Athinas, Athens 10551
Contact: 210 325 0900

The Pallas Athena is a luxury boutique hotel in the heart of the old commercial quarter of Athens. The décor is boldly modern and rooms feature original works of contemporary art. The Grecotel chain, which owns the hotel, is known for its distinctive luxury hotels and excellent cuisine.

Visit Website

Grande Bretagne

1 Vasileos Georgiou A, Syntagma Square, Athens 10564
Contact: 210 333 0000
The grand old dame of Athens hotels, the Grande Bretagne sits on the corner of Syntagma Square directly across from the Parliament. The hotel has been completely renovated and refurbished recently and is a city landmark. If you want to splurge, the top floor suites have private marble-tiled terraces overlooking the Acropolis. The rooftop terrace houses an elegant bar and an excellent restaurant frequented by politicians and celebrities. Service is discreet and attentive, as befits a hotel with pedigree.
Visit Website

King George

3 Vasileos Georgiou A, Syntagma Square, Athens 10564
Contact: 210 322 2210

The King George is right next door to the Grande Bretagne and is housed in an exquisitely restored and outfitted 1930s building. Great attention is paid to detail in this hotel, furnished with antiques and marble bathtubs. The top floor provides views of the Acropolis as you dine on modern Greek cuisine or enjoy a cocktail at the bar.

Visit Website

Partners of Greece Investor Guide

Greece’s privatisation fund HRADF launches the first stage in the tender for a 50-year concession on the South Kavala underground natural gas storage facility, which will include the conversion of the depleted gas reservoir into an estimated 1 bcm storage facility.

Greece Looks Like a Safer Destination Now https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2020-06-17/greece-is-no-longer-bottom-of-euro-zone-class-as-italy-struggles

Greece will not accept a return to the strict oversight once imposed by its international creditors in return for EU emergency aid to deal with the impact of the coronavirus, PM Mitsotakis tells the @FT. https://www.ekathimerini.com/254399/article/ekathimerini/news/mitsotakis-greece-will-not-accept-conditions-on-coronavirus-aid

Load More...
Back to top button
Close
Close