5 Amazing Boutique Hotels in Athens

Boutique Hotels in Athens Greece

5 Amazing Boutique Hotels in Athens

Acropolis views, rooftop bars, fashion designer décor, you’ll locate all this and more inside the new wave of boutique inns cropping up all round downtown Athens. The Psirri neighbourhood, with its graffiti-lined alleys and pavement café scene, is the heart of the brand new scene in Athens.

But there are also lots of stylish boltholes around Koukaki, Kolonaki, and the Historic Centre, where historic homes are being transformed into cutting-edge hotels within walking distance to the most important archaeological sites.

Here’s my pick out of the satisfactory boutique accommodations in Athens.

1. AthensWas

The discreet front to AthensWas lies at the start of Dionyisiou Areopagitou, certainly one of the most suitable streets in Athens.

Inside, interiors are a beautifully composed collection of conventional designer pieces assume leather-based armchairs by way of Le Corbusier, sculptural chairs with the aid of Konstantin Grcic, and lamps with the aid of Ronan and Erwen Bouroullec.

Every room and suite has a smart marble balcony, in which you may order breakfast à los angeles carte at no extra charge. On the roof, Sense is a fine-dining eating place wherein the Acropolis views compete with clever, boundary-pushing Greek dishes, which include scorpion fish balls with sea urchin and ouzo foam.

from 200 euro

Right on Areopagitou Street , 300mfrom the Acropolis Museum

 

 

2. The Foundry Hotel

Vertical gardens, quirky industrial design, and a fantastically landscaped roof terrace provide this former kind foundry the edge over the other boutique lodges popping up all over Psirri.

Built in 1930, the constructing has served as a stable, a Greek font foundry and a theatre, and the intriguing lower back story and delightful bone structure shine through in its design.

Original capabilities include uncovered brick-and-mortar ceilings and floor-to-ceiling Crittall windows.

You’ll spend maximum of some time in the large flats or, in warm weather, putting out on the extraordinary roof terrace admiring the Parthenon peeking via the plants.

from 130 euro

Sarri 40, 10560 Athens Greece

 

 

3. NEW Hotel

This metropolis centre hotel, placed off a main city artery throughout from the town’s leafy National Gardens, incorporates the lengthy standing records and modern, hip lifestyle of Athens thru its beautiful present day design and resourceful spaces.

Celebrated sibling designers, Fernando and Humberto Campana of Brazil, created the lobby’s ‘favela’ walls through incorporating vintage vintage wood and furniture pieces recycled from the remnants of the preceding hotel.

Creativity follows thru in every room such as bathrooms, hallways, restaurants, rooftop and bedrooms, where each nook breathes modern-day layout in an interactive, amusing and colourful way.

from 150 euro

16, Filellinon Str. & 1, Navarchou Nikodimou Str. 10557 Syntagma sq. Athens, Greece

 

 

4. Coco-mat Hotel Athens

A calm oasis within the affluent coronary heart of Athens.

This eco-friendly lodge is a showcase for Coco-mat, purveyor of all-natural beds to a number of the world’s excellent hotels.

A top night’s sleep is guaranteed.

The vibe is greater Scandi-chic than conventional Greek, but the whole thing from the coconut-fibre mattresses to the linen drapes is hand-made in Greece the usage of herbal materials.

In the coronary heart of Athens and the fashionable district of Kolonaki, cutting-edge city dwelling joins in concord with the snug hospitality that COCO-MAT offers!

In an outstanding building, designed by way of architect Emmanuel Lazarides, regarded for designing the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier outside the Greek Parliament, urban cosmopolitism has determined its hospitality destination in the town of Athens!

from 100 euro

36 Patriarchou Ioakeim Street, Kolonaki, Athens

 

 

5. innAthens Hotel

In[n]Athens coronary heart beats in its atrium.

The Athens sun is a present in abundance and our atrium is the nice area for our visitors to experience it.

Full of plant life and “hidden” corners, this atrium is the region to be.

After a full day inside the Acropolis museum or after spending the day buying in Ermou str., nothing can be extra captivating than relaxing in our atrium.

A walk via a marbled arcade ends in the somewhat ‘hidden’ front of this boutique hotel.

Before the buildings were converted into InnAthens, they took on many forms, together with as a safe residence for refugees at the turn of the century, a girls’ college and a hostel.

It stands these days as a current boutique assets that hasn’t misplaced its past way to the paintings of Greek architect Dionysos Sotovikis, who combined the careful recuperation with a modern-day, minimalist touch.

There are 22 rooms which include Classic Rooms, Deluxe Rooms and Suites; some have balconies that neglect the important courtyard.

from 90 euro

Georgiou Sourri 3 Syntagma

 

 

5+1. 18 Micon Str

This abandoned warehouse become repurposed into an intimate motel with a cool, business feel. Built by a tool trader in the 1950s, the corner constructing on the intersection of two pedestrian streets nevertheless has a especially business vibe.

All flinty grey, faded marble, and weathered terracotta, the design will pay homage to cement, brick, and wood (despite the fact that the wallpaper is extra urban sublime than business grit).

The complete ground ground is an open-plan lobby-cum-living-room with a communal desk for socialising over complimentary coffee.

Suites and lofts on the 1/3 and fourth floors are undoubtedly huge, commencing onto generous balconies with daybeds for soaking up the sunshine.

from 100 euro

14 Esopou and 18 Mikonos Street Athens

 

So, if you are planning your wedding in Greece or your bride preparation in these boutique hotels, write me an e-mail via the form, or just send me an e-mail directly at info@ignatioskourouvasilis.com to inquire about availability, pricing, or just to share your story.

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