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Boutique hotels in Athens, Greece

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Luxury & Boutique Hotels in Athens

Stylish urban resort with an unconventional atmosphere, cool and thoughtful service. Decorated with simple lines and vivid colors, Fresh hotels is situated right in the heart of Athens, next to the town hall.

133 Rooms - City Hotel - Restaurant - Avant-garde - Large - Cultural Destination - Meeting Room - Swimming Pool - Sightseeing - Gym - Wifi
Near the Hotel: Academy of Athens, Acropolis, Olympeion, National Museum

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Providing easy access to Athens most important tourist and business areas, at the Holiday Athens Suites, guests may rest indulgently on the lap of luxury, relaxing in sumptuous guestrooms that are equipped with the best comfort amenities.

34 Rooms - City Hotel - Classic - Small - Cultural Destination - Sightseeing - Wifi

Located in the heart of the ancient city of Athens, the Margi Hotel is a sea side boutique hotel with incredible and fascinating features that make the Margi Hotel a one of a kind location. With 89 guest rooms, an incredible restaurant, access to the sea side, and many guest services upon request, the Margi Hotel is a boutique hotel that is out of this world due to its amazing concept and its many features.

89 Rooms - City Hotel - Restaurant - Weddings - Honeymoon - Romance - Classic - Cultural Destination - Meeting Room - Swimming Pool - Sightseeing - Gym - Wifi
Near the Hotel: Vouliagmeni Marina, Vouliagmeni Lake, Athens Centre , Glyfada Golf Club, Glyfada Shopping District, Island club

Athens, Greece

Athens, Greece Mythical Capital of Ancient and Modern Greece, Athens has reflourished in occasion of the 2004 Olympic Games. Its stunning vestiges of the ancient, Classical Greek city, most famously represented by the Acropolis and its surrounding archeological sites are certainly the main reason for tourists visiting the city. But there are also several beautiful districts such as the old nineteenth-century quarter of Plàka, in particular, is a delight, with its mix of Turkish, Neoclassical and Greek-island architecture, and an array of intriguing little museums devoted to traditional arts, ceramics and music. Just to its north, the bazaar area retains a fascinating atmosphere.