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Hotel Grande Bretagne, A Luxury Collection Hotel

Syntagma Square and Kolonaki 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

From Winston Churchill to Sting, the guests who stay here expect the highest level of attention... You are unlikely to be disappointed. — Frommer's

If someone else is paying, try to get them to put you up at the Grande Bretagne, the grandest of all Athens’ hotels, with the finest location in town. — Rough Guide

Perhaps the most famous hotel in Athens, oozing history and class, the Grande Bretagne on Sýndagma Square dates from 1846. — Insight Guides

The central location is perfect—opposite the Parliament Building and overlooking Syntagma Square. — Travel + Leisure

Hotel Grande Bretagne is not only a solid choice of accommodations for your stay in Athens: it has a killer rooftop breakfast spread with an even more killer view of the Acropolis. Look... — Afar Magazine

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Electra Palace Athens

Plaka 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This five-star hotel in Athens is a peaceful base for visiting the city’s top attractions — it’s a five-minute walk to Syntagma Square and 15 minutes to the Acropolis. — The Telegraph

Beautiful luxury property... grounds and facilities are gorgeous, featuring an outdoor garden with manicured lawns and a pavilion where guests can enjoy the free breakfast. — Oyster

Attractive hotel on a peaceful city street - its classical facade concealing a much more contemporary interior. — Michelin Guide

A modern and stylish hotel... Guest rooms here are pleasant and decorated in soft pastels and the rooftop pool is a great touch. — Frommer's

Plaka’s smartest hotel is one for the romantics. — Lonely Planet

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Periscope Hotel

Syntagma Square and Kolonaki 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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). — Travel + Leisure

Kolonaki is the affluent neighbourhood of Athens, but it's by no means a stuffy one. — Afar Magazine

In the posh Kolonaki neighborhood, about a 12-minute walk to Syntagma Square and Mount Lycabetus. The hotel is modern, sleek, and minimalist. — Oyster

Right in chic Kolonaki overlooking Lykavittos, Periscope is a chic hotel with industrial decor. — Lonely Planet

This contemporary design hotel may be more suited for solitary business travelers than couples on vacation. — Concierge

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from $207

New Hotel

Syntagma Square and Kolonaki 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Sexy salvage—Brazilian designers Humberto and Fernando Campana mixed reclaimed furniture with contemporary art by Jenny Holzer and Laurie Anderson and their own offbeat designs. — Condé Nast Traveler

Years in the making, the New Hotel was heralded as an aesthetic triumph in the inner city's ever-changing landscape when it opened in 2011. — Fodor's

New Hotel might hide its colours behind the façade of a Modernist Fifties building close to the still-beating heart of ancient Athens, but on the inside, it’s entirely cutting-edge with... — Mr & Mrs Smith

Designed by award-winning Brazilian architects and brothers Fernando and Humberto Campana, this super-trendy hotel... is a sophisticated newcomer. — Frommer's

Minimalist bedrooms boast balconies overlooking the city and furnishings made from recycled materials. — Michelin Guide

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King George, A Luxury Collection Hotel

Syntagma Square and Kolonaki 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 1936-founded King George is more intimate and personal than other luxury hotels in the immediate vicinity. — DK Eyewitness

Greek owned, rooms done up in local antiques and neoclassical moldings, and with stunning vistas of the Acropolis, the parliament building, and Constitution Square. — Condé Nast Traveler

One of the most historic and luxurious hotels in Athens, the King George Palace has reopened its doors after an extensive renovation. Probably the best hotel in town. — Fodor's

The historic Classical King George Palace is one of the most luxurious and exclusive properties in Athens. — Oyster

Luxurious converted mansion set in Syntagma Square. Cosy, classically furnished bedrooms come with smart marble bathrooms; the rooftop suite boasts a private pool and panoramic views. — Michelin Guide

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Fresh Hotel

Central Athens, Gazi, and Omonia Square 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

What was once an undistinguished... hotel from the '70s has morphed into one of the coolest and most stylish designer hotels in the city. — Frommer's

Couples who want a taste of trendy Athens head for this hip downtown hotel, with a coloured plexiglass façade, rooftop plunge pool and an edgy vibe. — The Telegraph

Sip martinis from a mod, minimalist neon and cool-white perch overlooking ancient Athens at the Fresh Hotel. With uniterrupted rooftop bar views of the Parthenon and Acropolis, this chic... — Mr & Mrs Smith

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. — Oyster

The closest design hotel to the town centre, Fresh combines minimalist chic with shockingly vibrant colours, right down to the balcony partitions. — DK Eyewitness

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O&B Athens Boutique Hotel

Monastiraki, Psirri, and Thission 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A youthful, contemporary spot ideally located within walking distance of the Acropolis... although it sits in a somewhat seedy neighborhood. — Oyster

Stylish boutique hotel in downtown Athens... Spacious bedrooms boast quality furnishings. — Michelin Guide

Youthful travellers with an eye for design who want to experience the Athens of today head here, attracted by the stylish decor, helpful staff and an all-day bar-restaurant. — The Telegraph

Once called Ochre & Brown, this elegant boutique hotel with a sleek design and an outstanding restaurant-bar was recently expanded to 22 rooms and 5 suites, each a little haven of urban cool. — Fodor's

Staff are unusually solicitous... the hotel’s best asset is its prime location in the up-and-coming Psyrri district. — Travel + Leisure

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Hermes Hotel

Plaka 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Compact, modern hotel... well-kept, contemporary interior. — Michelin Guide

Hermes is next to the Central Hotel, with similar amenities, but not quite as swishy. — Lonely Planet

Part of a small group of four co-owned hotels, the Hermes has a very pleasant ground floor lounge-bar-café as well as the inevitable roof terrace. — DK Eyewitness

Friendly and welcoming three-star with marble bathrooms, polished wood floors and designer touches in every room, plus TV, a/c and fridge. — Rough Guide

The three-star Hotel Hermes offers 45 attractive rooms in the middle of the Plaka. — EuroCheapo

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Pallas Athena Grecotel Boutique Hotel

Central Athens, Gazi, and Omonia Square 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 63 guest rooms at the upscale Pallas Athena Grecotel are large, creatively designed, and modern -- most are suites. — Oyster

Fun yet posh, this dream pad for the young and the young-at-heart is a crazy/cool boutique art hotel (fully refurbished in 2013). — Fodor's

The splurge-worthy Pallas Athena Hotel is located in one of Athens' most bustling areas. — EuroCheapo

The best views are of the 76 rooms themselves at this witty and whimsical graffiti-artist-decorated boutique hotel. — Travel + Leisure

The wow factor here is that a group of graphic artists were let loose to turn an ordinary space into something uniquely playful. — Concierge

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from $141

Herodion Hotel

Acropolis and South 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Herodion scores most points for its common areas: the café-restaurant with conservatory seating shaded by wild pistachios... and the roof garden with two Jacuzzi tubs and eyefuls of the Acropolis. — Insight Guides

This lovely four-star hotel – albeit not quite as luxurious as the exterior and lobby might lead you to believe – enjoys an enviable position right behind the Acropolis. — Rough Guide

This smart four-star hotel is geared towards the well-heeled traveller and businessperson. — Lonely Planet

This is an attractive hotel a block south of the Acropolis, near the Herodes Atticus theater. — Frommer's

A good compromise between the area's budget venues and deluxe digs, this hospitable hotel is down the street from the Odeon of Herodes Atticus. — Fodor's

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Hera Hotel

Acropolis and South 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

An upper-mid-range boutique hotel located on the edge of the Plaka neighborhood... the main draw here is Peacock, the rooftop restaurant offering great views of the Acropolis. — Oyster

We consider Hera splurge-worthy for its relative affordability, its great location, and its inviting high-end atmosphere. — EuroCheapo

This elegant boutique hotel, a short walk from the Acropolis and Plaka, was totally rebuilt but the formal interior design is in keeping with the lovely neoclassical facade. — Lonely Planet

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

The elegant Peacock Lounge has become one of the most popular bar/restaurants in the city -- especially a little after sunset for its breathtaking views. — Frommer's

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Plaka Hotel

Plaka 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In an excellent location for sightseeing... the rooftop lounge is the highlight of the hotel with its comfortable seating and stunning views of the Acropolis. — Oyster

The three-star Hotel Plaka is not a flashy place. First and foremost, it's a capable hotel located at the edge of Plaka, bordering Monastiraki. Room furnishings are comfortable if plain. — EuroCheapo

Perfect for visitors to Athens who want to do the sights without any fuss, Plaka offers comfortable, modern rooms and an open-air rooftop bar, close to the Acropolis. — The Telegraph

Comfortable... the guest rooms in this charming, central hotel are a comfortable place to rest while in the heart of old Athens. — Fodor's

It’s hard to beat the Acropolis views from the rooftop garden at this refurbished hotel, which you also enjoy from the top-floor rooms. — Lonely Planet

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Saint George Lycabettus

Syntagma Square and Kolonaki 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

As yet, the distinctive, classy St. George does not get many tour groups, which contributes to its tranquil, sophisticated tone. — Frommer's

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. — Oyster

Situated just off Platía Dexamenís halfway up Lykavittós Hill, the St George offers a rooftop pool, two well-regarded restaurants, and a bar that’s a popular local hangout. — DK Eyewitness

Athens grande dame with a rooftop pool presiding over postcard views of the Acropolis and Mount Lycabettus. — Jetsetter

Though hotels on Omonia and Syntagma squares are generally considered to have the most central addresses, this modern, family-owned 154-room hotel secretly has the better location. — Concierge

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from $152

Athens Center Square

Monastiraki, Psirri, and Thission 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

By the Central Market, this hotel with its rather unusual location and its bright colors (kiwi-blue-red-orange) is very clean and trendy with an efficient staff. — Frommer's

Guest rooms are stylish and comfortable and some have great views of the Acropolis. The big bonus here is the rooftop bar with fabulous views of the city. — Oyster

This surprisingly peaceful, modern hotel nevertheless blends nicely into the iconic, bustling landscape of the Athens Central Market. — Fodor's

This new, budget boutique hotel, directly above the fruit and vegetable market, is handy for Psyrrí too, though the area can be rather insalubrious at night. — Rough Guide

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from $89

The Athens Gate Hotel

Acropolis and South 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Guests are in a prime position to explore archeological sites and Plaka on foot. Free breakfast is served in the rooftop restaurant with epic views of the Acropolis. — Oyster

This small boutique accommodation is stylish, elegant and close to the sights and the metro. — Frommer's

Very popular four-star, classy, well-run and newly refurbished, but in an exceptionally noisy spot on a major avenue. — Rough Guide

With stunning views over the Temple of Olympian Zeus from the spacious front rooms, and a central (if busy) location, this totally refurbished hotel is a great find. — Lonely Planet

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from $202

A for Athens

Psirri / Gazi 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A value choice for travelers who want to be in the midst of everything -- it's a five-minute walk to the nightlife of Psirri, Monastiraki, and Plaka. — Oyster

The hotel has basic services but the rooms are spacious, bright and immaculate; its location is super convenient and the views are awesome. It's a wonderful new arrival. — Frommer's

Modern but simple, A for Athens makes a good, central base right above Monastiraki's central square. — Lonely Planet

A restored 1960s building with minimalist rooms with wood floors and all the modern amenities (including both air-conditioning and free Wi-Fi). — Fodor's

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from $186

Philippos Hotel

Acropolis and South 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Philippos offers small, well-appointed rooms near the Acropolis. — Lonely Planet

Three-star sister hotel to the Herodion... the Philippos was completely renovated for the 2004 Olympics, though the interior is much less dramatic than the new facade. — Rough Guide

Just around the corner from its sister hotel, the Herodion, the Philippos shares its good qualities: a quiet location convenient to the Acropolis and friendly, efficient service. — Fodor's

Exceptional central location right below the Acropolis. Restaurants, bars, and public transportation surround this family-run property... Wi-Fi and breakfast are free. — Oyster

The Philippos, sister hotel of the Herodion around the corner, is probably better for families as there are many quad rooms. — DK Eyewitness

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Hilton Athens

Athens North and East 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

For years the only five-star hotel in the city centre, the Hilton’s pre-Olympics overhaul has again vaulted it into the top rank, with the rooms retaining their large balconies. — DK Eyewitness

The impressive Hilton hotel is one of the city's venerable architectural landmarks... modern, clean-lined, and minimal design. — Fodor's

The Hilton remains one of the best hotels in the city. — Frommer's

Popular with business travellers, Athens’ Hilton has lashings of marble and bronze, enormous chandeliers and somewhat giddy designer carpets. — Lonely Planet

Corporate hotel near Kolonaki Square, with smart guest areas, well-equipped fitness centre and two business floors. — Michelin Guide

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from $228

Central Athens Hotel

Plaka 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Italian designer furniture, marble-clad bathrooms and wooden flooring set the tone for this revamped hotel, with warm-toned soft furnishings in the comfortable, soundproofed rooms. — DK Eyewitness

This modern three-star hotel has a designer feel, with seagrass or wooden floors, marble bathrooms and excellent soundproofing. — Rough Guide

The mid-range Central Hotel Athens is located in the Old City and offers views of the famous Acropolis from some rooms, private patios, and its modern and chic rooftop terrace bar. — Oyster

As its name suggests, Central Hotel is in a great location between Syntagma and Plaka. — Lonely Planet

This stylish hotel features wonderful sea grass or wooden floors, marble bathrooms, and excellent soundproofing. — Frommer's

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from $113

Achilleas Hotel

Syntagma Square and Kolonaki 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This conveniently located business-style hotel has a sleek lobby with marble checkerboard floors and well-appointed rooms, some of which open onto garden balconies. — Lonely Planet

Friendly hotel in small street... Spacious, comfy bedrooms. — Michelin Guide

The Achilleas (Achilles), on a relatively quiet side street near Syntagma Square, has good-size guest rooms that are bright and cheerful. — Frommer's

The three-star Achilleas provides mid-range beds in a comfortable, beyond adequate setting, just a short distance from Plaka's heavy action. — EuroCheapo

This hotel options combines modern amenities with the friendly, personal service that comes from being family-run—and a price at the lower end of its category. — Fodor's

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from $104
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