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Electra Palace Hotel Athens

Electra Palace Hotel Athens Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Electra Palace Hotel Athens is a beautiful luxury property with 150 rooms in the neighborhood of Plaka. The grounds and facilities are gorgeous, featuring an outdoor garden with manicured lawns and a pavilion where guests can enjoy the free breakfast. The rooftop restaurant, pool, and surrounding deck offer stunning views of the Acropolis. The hotel has a spa with a large indoor pool and hot tub as well as a fitness center. Rooms offer classic decor with crown molding, wooden floors, and area rugs. Guests looking for more modern accommodations may want to check out the less expensive New Hotel Athens, which is nearby.
Classical King George Palace

Classical King George Palace Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The historic Classical King George Palace is one of the most luxurious and exclusive properties in Athens. Everything about this hotel is chic -- from the aviator-clad doormen to the gourmet restaurant with stunning views of the Acropolis. The Palace boasts every amenity one would expect from a luxury hotel -- but as a boutique, some are on a smaller scale: There is a small indoor pool, an intimate spa, three glamorous meeting rooms, and a tiny fitness center. The 102 rooms are elegant, with hardwood floors, antique furniture, rich, silky curtains, and plush bedding. The dated tube TVs in some rooms seem a bit out of place. For those who can afford it, the Royal Penthouse Suite is truly decadent, with two bedrooms, a massive terrace, and an infinity pool with unobstructed views of the Acropolis.
Divani Caravel Hotel

Divani Caravel Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The behemoth-size Divani Caravel is a luxury chain property that has 471 rooms, 42 suites, and two presidential suites, and offers gorgeous panoramic views of the Acropolis. Located close to the Kolonaki district of Athens, the hotel is near art galleries, authentic Greek restaurants, shopping, and historical sights. The hotel is pleasant, with marble flooring in a spacious lobby, an outdoor heated swimming pool, and a large indoor spa. Rooms are fresh, and feature artwork and creative lighting. But overall, the hotel lacks a “wow” factor, and it could use an update. The ubiquitous office ceiling tiles and dark-brown furniture age the place. Visitors might want to check out the Royal Olympic Hotel, another luxury hotel nearby where rates are generally lower.
Herodion Hotel

Herodion Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

In a convenient location for sightseeing, the upscale Herodion Hotel is located within a 10-minute walk of the Acropolis and Parthenon. The hotel has a free breakfast buffet, a pretty atrium bar, a restaurant that specializes in Greek and Mediterranean cuisine, and rooftop terraces with amazing views of the Acropolis. There are also two terrace hot tubs and a rooftop restaurant/bar that's open in the summer. The 90 rooms are on the small side, and bathrooms have shower/tub combinations with hand showers. Guests looking for a hotel with a pool should check out Divani Acropolis Palace Hotel, a luxury hotel in a similar price range with a pretty outdoor pool area.
Melia Athens

Melia Athens Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Melia Athens is an upscale property located near Omonia Square, and popular with business travelers and tourists. The rooftop (seasonal and unheated) swimming pool and whirlpool are widely popular, as is the Sky Lounge, which serves snacks and dinner. Breakfast is served buffet style, although it's not included in the room price, and the Cafe Mondo serves lunch and dinner. Rooms are sophisticated with neutral color palettes and have Play Station gaming systems. The fitness center, with a range of cardio machines, weight training equipment, a Turkish hamman, and massages available on appointment, is one of the best we've seen at this price point. Melia Athens also has a sauna.
Saint George Lycabettus

Saint George Lycabettus Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 154-room Saint George Lycabettus Hotel sits on a winding uphill road that leads to Lycabettus Hill. Family-run since 1973, this understated upscale property, which is a two-minute walk from Kolonaki's shops, galleries, and restaurants, stands out for its panoramic views that extend beyond the Acropolis. It has several restaurants and bars on-site, a summer rooftop pool and bar, a full-service spa and fitness center, and an in-house art gallery. Most rooms have balconies, and come with Coco-Mat bed linens, minibars, satellite TV, free Wi-Fi, and coffeemakers; some premium suites have fireplaces. While the hotel might be more subdued than its luxury competitors (some might call it dowdy), it has a traditional elegance. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout, but on-site parking comes with a fee.
Divani Acropolis Palace Hotel

Divani Acropolis Palace Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Within a 10-minute walk to the Parthenon and Acropolis, Divani Acropolis Palace Hotel is a luxury chain hotel in a convenient location. The hotel has 250 pretty rooms, some featuring balconies with views of the Acropolis. There's a seasonal outdoor pool and bar in a serene, leafy setting, as well as a rooftop garden with a bar. The hotel also has a full restaurant, and a breakfast buffet is available for a fee. It’s a good pick for business travelers, as there are several meeting spaces available. Guests may want to compare rates with the Herodion Hotel, a popular upscale hotel with a pretty atrium bar.
O&B Athens Boutique Hotel

O&B Athens Boutique Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 22-room upscale boutique O&B Athens Boutique Hotel is a youthful, contemporary spot ideally located within walking distance of the Acropolis and many other ancient historic sites and museums. Although it sits in a somewhat seedy neighborhood, the surroundings are lively and (usually) safe. The modern rooms are soundproofed, and the sheets and towels are high-quality. The O&B is a cool (air-conditioned) jewel in the center of hot, crowded Athens.
Titania Hotel

Titania Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 385-room Titania Hotel is a busy and slightly impersonal hotel that's popular with international tour groups and business travelers. Breakfast is included in the price of the room and it gets good reviews for diverse Greek and American offerings. A rooftop restaurant offers indoor and outdoor seating and views of the Parthenon. Rooms are basic -- some haven't been renovated, but each has a minibar and flat-screen TV. Bathroom sizes vary. If a swimming pool is a requirement, check out the President Hotel for about half the price.
Fresh Hotel

Fresh Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Part of the Design Hotels chain, the 133-room Fresh Hotel is a four-pearl stylish property in the gritty neighborhood of Psiri. Bright pops of color, nearby bike rentals, and the panoramic views of the Acropolis from the rooftop bar attract a cool kid crowd, but parts of the neighborhood are a bit rough, so think twice before walking alone at night and safeguard valuables. The rooftop swimming pool is definitely a fun scene. Great perks include free Wi-Fi, a free breakfast with hot and cold items, and a fitness center with sauna and steam rooms. Book a room on a higher floor to avoid street noise. It may be worth comparing rates at nearby Hotel Novotel Athens for many of the same perks, including a rooftop swimming pool.

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  • Athens
  • Alimos
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  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
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