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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 →

This 1874 stone building with marble and wood is "in the heart of things" on Constitution Square. Rooms, though "a bit small," set the tone with restored antiques and "very elegant marble baths." — Condé Nast Traveler

Impressive 19C city centre hotel, affording fantastic views of the surrounding area. Grand interior displays elegant handmade furnishings. — Michelin Guide

Originally built in 1842 for King Otto, the Grande Bretagne has always been Athens’ most exclusive hotel. — DK Eyewitness

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

While some might argue for the Parthenon, more modern types agree that the most enduring luxury address in Athens is this 321-room hotel on Syntagma Square. — concierge.com

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Electra Palace Athens

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

The interior lives up to this promise, with plush rooms, antique and mock-antique decor, a wellness centre, plus plans for a rooftop pool. — DK Eyewitness

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

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.com

If you want simple elegance, excellent service, and a great location, this is the hotel for you. — Fodor's

Right in the heart of Pláka, this luxurious hotel has excellent facilities, including indoor and rooftop pools, plus a gym and sauna. — Rough Guide

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from $181

Periscope Hotel

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

Designer minimalism on a shopping street in Kolonáki; the name refers to a periscope camera set up on the roof, which guests can control and view the pictures. — Rough Guide

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

The Periscope is a concept hotel with an unusual concept: surveillance. — Frommer's

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

This sleek concept hotel combines minimalist urban-chic design, amenity-filled rooms, and exceptional service for a truly relaxing experience. — Fodor's

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from $154

New Hotel

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

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

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

You'll find plenty of traditional Greek touches at NEW Hotel (and a central location), but that's not to say it is a traditional hotel experience. Every detail from the abacus chairs to... — Afar Magazine

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

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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 →

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

Next door to the beautiful Grande Bretagne, the King George II is another of Athens's great historical hotels, opulent and classy. — Frommer's

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

Neoclassical hotel with 102 individually decorated rooms, in the center of Athens, just off Constitution Square. — Travel + Leisure

If obvious opulence is what you crave, this has the works. — concierge.com

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from $235

Fresh Hotel

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

Reveling in minimalist glam, this attractive boutique hotel has relaxing and expertly decorated rooms, a plugged-in staff, and two restaurants that feature nouvelle-Mediterranean cuisine. — Fodor'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

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

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

The first of the hip hotels to open in the gritty Omonia area, this is a cool place so long as you’re happy to ignore the working girls in the streets outside. — Lonely Planet

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from $113

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 →

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, as well as... — The Telegraph

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

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

The location also feels like the "real" Athens, not "tourist" Athens. O&B is the most stylish and welcoming of Psirri's energetic cluster of small restaurants, galleries, and cool hotels — Frommer's

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Hermes Hotel

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

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

Sunny guest rooms with brightly colored decorative details and marble bathrooms feel warm and welcoming. — Fodor's

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

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

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

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from $95

Pallas Athena Grecotel Boutique Hotel

Central Athens, Gazi, and Omonia Square 81 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.com

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

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

A reception desk created out of two Mini Coopers sets the tone for this fun hotel with original murals throughout. — Lonely Planet

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from $137

Herodion Hotel

Acropolis and South 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

The Herodion has lovely common areas: the café-restaurant with patio seating shaded by wild pistachios, and the roof garden with two Jacuzzi tubs and the Acropolis a stone’s throw away. — DK Eyewitness

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

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 — oyster.com

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

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from $116

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.com

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

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

Attention to elegant detail—the lobby's marble floors, wood paneling, and leather sofas—reigns at this boutique hotel. — Fodor's

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from $122

Saint George Lycabettus

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

A luxury boutique hotel and an Athenian classic, with a position high on Lykavitós Hill in ritzy Kolonáki overlooking the city. — Rough Guide

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

Elegant hotel in an exclusive district. — Michelin Guide

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.com

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.com

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Plaka Hotel

Plaka 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

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

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.com

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... — EuroCheapo

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

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from $105

Athens Center Square

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

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

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.com

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A for Athens

Psirri / Gazi 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One of Athens's newest hotels is as fresh a concept as its name, a restored 1960s building with minimalist rooms with wood floors and all the modern amenities (including both... — Fodor's

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 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.com

Athens, the cradle of Democracy, is one of those cities of the world that will not disappoint. The history, the art, the architecture and the food are all as good as you imagined. And... — Afar Magazine

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from $117

The Athens Gate Hotel

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

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

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

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

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.com

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from $165

Philippos Hotel

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

This family-friendly hotel in central Athens is a homely and good-value choice, with low-key yet efficient service — The Telegraph

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

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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from $90

Hilton Athens

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

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

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

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

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

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from $210

Central Athens Hotel

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

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.com

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

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

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

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from $97

Achilleas Hotel

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

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

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

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

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

Spacious, homey rooms at the hotel, though the bathrooms in some only have handheld shower heads... the hotel does serve an American breakfast buffet included — oyster.com

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from $85
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