Thessaloniki

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Electra Palace Thessaloniki
8
5 reviews
Overlooking Thessaloniki's main square, the Electra Palace, with its curved, arcaded facade, has the best location in town. — Frommer's
Daios Luxury Living
8
4 reviews
This upscale contemporary hotel in shimmering glass stands out for all the right reasons: a prime seafront location, cool and chic interiors, and exemplary, discrete service. — Fodor's
Mediterranean Palace
8
3 reviews
From the abundance of amenities at this traditionally decorated, six-story hotel near the port and Ladadika, it's easy to see that the Mediterranean Palace caters to business travelers. — Fodor's
Capsis Bristol Boutique Hotel
8
3 reviews
Perhaps Thessaloníki’s most sumptuous boutique hotel. Sixteen individually named rooms, each immaculately restored, in the shell of the former Bristol Hotel.  — Insight Guides
The Met Hotel
8
4 reviews
A contemporary luxury property with 212 rooms and suites, the Met Hotel has been designed by Greek star architect Tasos Zeppos. — Oyster
Makedonia Palace
8
4 reviews
A seaside hotel with 283 rooms, Makedonia Palace is located near in the city center and right in front of the sea — Oyster
The Caravan
8
2 reviews
This beautiful hotel is a mix between a travellers' haven and contemporary design – with a bit of luxury thrown in — Lonely Planet
City Hotel Thessaloniki
8
3 reviews
City Hotel is their " urban green" hotel with 125 rooms and meeting space for 80. Business people like to stay here because it offers 24 hour concierge and a gym. — Afar Magazine
Le Palace Art Hotel
8
3 reviews
This small hotel with a central location has high ceilings, Art Deco touches, and a contemporary room style... Thessaloniki fans make a point of returning year after year. — Frommer's
Aegeon Hotel
7
3 reviews
Don't despair over the garish neon sign outside the Aegeon—this place is actually one of the warmest and best-priced hotels along busy Egnatia street. — Fodor's
Hotel Orestias Kastorias
7
3 reviews
One of the best buys in town. The location, near the Roman Forum, is quiet; the (small) rooms have balconies... There is no elevator. — Frommer's
Tourist Hotel
7
3 reviews
An impressively elegant, turn-of-the-20th-century building houses this modest family-run hotel that's very popular with regular foreign visitors. — Fodor's
Colors Thessaloniki Living
7
2 reviews
Minimalist, hip and very, very central, this funky apart-hotel calls itself ‘budget luxury’ and for once the marketing catchline is spot on, for luxury here means lots of space and very welcome it is, indeed. — The Telegraph
The Excelsior
7
2 reviews
The Excelsior is an upscale boutique hotel with an impressive 1920s-era home, located close to Thessaloniki’s main square and seafront — Oyster
Capsis Hotel Thessaloniki
7
2 reviews
This big hotel is near the train station on the main road into town. — Frommer's
Hotel Olympia
7
2 reviews
Well-traveled Greek friends who stayed here loved the central location, praised the restaurant, and liked their stylish room. — Frommer's
Little Big House
7
1 review
This clean and cosy new hostel, up in quiet Ano Poli, is an ideal base for taking a walking tour... Free coffee and tea are available all day, and tasty tavernas exist nearby. — Lonely Planet
Blue Bottle Boutique Hotel
7
1 review
A newly opened hotel with more style than it knows what to do with – the differently sized rooms cater to all kinds of travel groups, but all are equally hip — Lonely Planet
7
1 review
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Plaza Hotel
7
1 review
With a great location in Ladadikia, close to scads of restaurants and cafes, the Plaza offers excellent value. — Frommer's
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