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Syntagma Square and Kolonaki
18 reviews
The central location is perfect—opposite the Parliament Building and overlooking Syntagma Square. — Travel + Leisure
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Syntagma Square and Kolonaki
13 reviews
This isn't just a new hotel but a new direction for hotels in Athens. This madcap modern mooring for art-hungry travelers is the boldest bit of real estate in the city, bar none. — Star Service
8
Syntagma Square and Kolonaki
12 reviews
In the posh Kolonaki neighborhood, about a 12-minute walk to Syntagma Square and Mount Lycabetus. The hotel is modern, sleek, and minimalist. — Oyster
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Syntagma Square and Kolonaki
12 reviews
Neoclassical hotel with 102 individually decorated rooms, in the center of Athens, just off Constitution Square. — Travel + Leisure
8
Acropolis and South
9 reviews
This is an attractive hotel a block south of the Acropolis, near the Herodes Atticus theater. — Frommer's
8
Syntagma Square and Kolonaki
12 reviews
One of the city's flagship hotels, and most deservedly so, the St George enjoys an unforgettable position on the side of the Lycabettus hill. — Lonely Planet
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Central Athens, Gazi, and Omonia Square
12 reviews
Glossy, high-end hotel in the heart of the market area. Lavish use of colour, elegant furnishings and great lighting and bathrooms, though you do wonder how long it will stay looking fresh. — Rough Guide
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Syntagma
10 reviews
Plaka’s smartest hotel is one for the romantics. — Lonely Planet
8
Athens North and East
8 reviews
This well-established luxury hotel rises above an Athens' main crossroad, boasting one of the best urban panoramic views from its rooms as well as its popular rooftop bar and restaurant — The Telegraph
8
Plaka
7 reviews
The hotel in centrally located in a quiet pedestrian walkway, the most archaeologically "charged" street of the city, just 400 m from the Acropolis and 200 m from the central Acropolis metro station. — Star Service
8
Central Athens, Gazi, and Omonia Square
9 reviews
The best views are of the 76 rooms themselves at this witty and whimsical graffiti-artist-decorated boutique hotel. — Travel + Leisure
8
Acropolis and South
8 reviews
Refurbished as a boutique hotel, the Hera’s rooms are on the small side but lack for nothing; it’s worth paying extra for fifth floor suites with bigger balconies. — DK Eyewitness
8
Plaka
7 reviews
This hotel is popular with Greeks, who prefer its modern conveniences to the old-fashioned charms of most other hotels in the area. — Frommer's
8
Monastiraki, Psirri, and Thission
7 reviews
Staff are unusually solicitous... the hotel’s best asset is its prime location in the up-and-coming Psyrri district. — Travel + Leisure
8
Acropolis and South
6 reviews
Located off a main road in Athens, this modern city-centre hotel is within convenient walking distance to major sights — The Telegraph
8
Syntagma
9 reviews
Compact, modern hotel... well-kept, contemporary interior. — Michelin Guide
7
7 reviews
The Margi is a distinguished luxury boutique hotel set in the sea fringing Athens Riviera, offering excellent Greek gastronomy experiences. — The Telegraph
7
Plaka
6 reviews
A small neoclassical building situated in a quiet street near the New Acropolis Museum — Star Service
7
Syntagma
4 reviews
Acres of marble adorn the lobby, and there's almost as much in some bathrooms, which have their own phones. — Frommer's
7
Psirri / Gazi
5 reviews
Modern but simple, A for Athens makes a good, central base right above Monastiraki's central square. — Lonely Planet
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