5 star boutique hotel in Athens city centre
Located right at the border of the historical Athens, Plaka (Old Town) and the vibrant, modern city centre AthensWas is the only hotel of its class so close to the glorious Acropolis Hill and right on the most beautiful pedestrian street in Athens: Dionysiou Areopagitou.
from the Acropolis
from the Acropolis Museum
away from Odeon of Herodes Theatre
away from the Acropolis Metro Station
from the Constitution square
A promenade around its walkway reveals the sacred rock of the Acropolis and the Parthenon, the city’s most important and awe-inspiring monument and the emblem of Athens since antiquity. This is indeed the most magical corner of the city, either you are on holidays or a business trip, and AthensWas, the top luxury boutique hotel in Athens, is the best place to stay in Athens as it will become your convenient starting point for your very own Athenian experience. Panoramic view of Athens city centre, direct view of Lycavitos (Lycabettus Hill), postcard-like view to Acropolis, AthensWas is the only design hotel in Athens flooded with breathtaking images of both ancient and modern Greece.
Luxury hotel near Acropolis
The Acropolis Museum and the homonymous metro station are just a 3 minutes’ walk from the hotel while some of the marvels of Greece’s antiquity are reached on foot in less than 20 minutes.
The Odeon of Herodes Atticus, located east of the Acropolis rock, is Athens’ superb Roman-era theatre, which hosts concerts, operas and theatrical performances every summer. Make sure you visit the new Acropolis Museum that has been recognized internationally as one of the most beautiful and fascinating museums in the world. Furthermore, as you exit our hotel and turn right, you can easily walk to Hadrian’s Gate and reach the impressive Temple of Olympian Zeus within a few minutes. The National Garden, the pride of the city centre with lush vegetation and a relaxing ambience although located within the bustling area of the Constitution square, is only at 15’ on foot. The infamous Marble Stadium (or Panathenaic Stadium), the venue in which the first modern Olympic Games came to life in 1870 and 1875, can be reached within 20’ walking.
Overwhelmed by those splendid samples of Greece’s ancient art and culture, the five star AthensWas Hotel could not but cherish and honour the legacy that encircles it through its design which blends the old with the new in the most astonishing way.
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AthensWas is part of Athens’ most prestigious neighbourhood so that guests can effortlessly immerse in the perennial city’s vibes. Apart from all the inspiring, ancient attractions, guests can discover the more modern side of the city too. The hip and sought-after area of Koukaki is easily reached by foot within a few minutes from AthensWas boasting a diverse array of picturesque cafes, bars and tavernas. Explore its vivacious streets, find your personal favourite place to enjoy a few moments of relaxation, observe the diverse architectural styles of the surrounding buildings that range from the modernist apartment blocks of the mid-twenties to the marvelous 19th-century neoclassical buildings and indulge in this city’s authentic beauty.
Apart from all the inspiring, ancient attractions, guests can discover the more modern side of the city too. The hip and sought after area of Koukaki is easily reached by foot within a few minutes from AthensWas, with a diverse array of picturesque cafes, bars and tavernas.
Explore its vivacious streets, find your personal favourite place to enjoy a few moments of relaxation, as you reflect upon the day to day instances of our incredible city. A place that possesses an overwhelming antiquity yet remains abuzz with the vivacity of a multifaceted city.
Observe the diverse architectural styles of the surrounding buildings that range from the modernist apartment blocks of the mid-twenties to the marvelous 19th-century neoclassical buildings that stand alongside the contemporary Acropolis museum and all the aforementioned ancient monuments.