Hotels in Athens
Hotels in Athens are luxurious and are located near the most famous attractions. The Astir Palace is one great location to stay at. Set amid the backdrop of pine trees on the Athenian Riviera, this lodging features 1960’s architecture as well as a series of sunken tubs and plunge pools. Bathe in luxury as you savor the beautiful coastal views that surround this lodging.
The Baby Grand Hotel contains 55 graffiti clad rooms. Each room boasts a creative piece of artwork in the urban tradition, from street and Japanese art to famous cartoon characters. Each of the rooms also feature private terraces overlooking the city. This is one of the best hotels in Athens.
Hotel Grande Bretagne’s neoclassical architecture mirrors the architecture of the city of Athens itself. This former palace has pampered celebrities and politicians like Joan Collins and Jacques Chirac, and the lodging features magnificent views of the Acropolis.
For a chic lodging experience, book your stay at Periscope. The minimalist décor and state-of-the art facilities will delight you during your stay. The hotel is centrally located, and the on-site restaurants features Mediterranean and Asian cuisine. Athens hotels offer the luxury you are looking for.
This seven-story property rises above a winding stretch of coastline between Athens and Cape Sounio, home to the Temple of Poseidon. The 88 rooms are stylishly sparse: pale wood furniture, crisp white bedding, opaque curtains.
Though not in the crushing center of Athens, this expansive boutique hotel offers much more than just back-door entry to the Acropolis.
The best views are of the 76 rooms themselves at this witty and whimsical graffiti-artist-decorated boutique hotel.
At Fresh Hotel, color is key: hot pinks, neon oranges, and cherry reds pop up everywhere, from the check-in desk to the bedside vases. The hotel’s 133 rooms follow the standard minimalist guidelines—plastic furniture, Eames chairs, and Artemide bedside lighting.
Some of Greece’s most influential names—including Greek Vogue fashion director Michalis Pantos—are behind the design of this hotel. The 110 rooms (some fuchsia and dark green; others sky blue and brown) have faux tiger-skin rugs, while Room 415 is painted with a mural of winged angels.
The periscope mounted on top of this 21-room boutique hotel in elegant Kolonaki means even the ground-floor bar gets an aerial view of Athens (displayed on a TV screen).
Rooms in this 1898 former residence with ornate Rococo embellishments are romantic Belle Époque fantasies that fly in the face of minimalist chic. Even the location—opposite the Mitrópoli cathedral on the border of Plaka, with a pedestrian street on one side—is steeped in old Athens.
Austin Powers comes to mind upon entering this hotel, the brainchild of Greek modern-art collector Dakis Joannou and Egyptian-English interior-industrial designer Karim Rashid.
The modern rooms swathed in earthy colors live up to the hotel’s name and are brightened with accents of red, orange, and pink at this 11-room hotel, opened in 2006. Staff are unusually solicitous, offering coffee to be brought to your room at all hours.
The “art” in the hotel’s name may refer to the hotel’s proximity to the famed National Archaeological Museum or the paintings by Greek artists on the walls of the 30 rooms in this converted 1930 mansion. Rooms combine modern and Neoclassical (e.g., gilt-framed mirrors and contemporary bedding).
Athens’s landmark hotel is a local legend. During WWII, a busboy saved Winston Churchill’s life by disarming a bomb in the basement. Three separate actors who played James Bond have stayed here, as have royalty and various heads of state.