Within a restored 1930’s neoclassical building, this boutique hotel offers 30 individually appointed rooms and suites, swathed in vibrant colours and prints and an eclectic mix of original artworks. Located just minutes from Omonia Square and metro, guests will be well placed to discover renowned city sights including the Acropolis and ancient Plaka district, with the Archaeological Museum within walking distance. Guests can enjoy a morning coffee in the lounge, and return for a delicious Greek meal in the restaurant.
Why we recommend the Art Hotel
- Renovated Neoclassical building
- Contemporary and spacious guestrooms
- Stylish onsite bar-restaurant
- Room service
- 24-hour reception
Attractions near the Art Hotel
Discover archaeological treasures
Athens is an archaeological treasure trove, so it’s only fitting that the National Archaeology Museum is located here in the heart Ancient Greek culture. Just a five-minute walk from the hotel brings you to the front door on the cusp of discovering the secrets of ancient civilisations.
Lose yourself in Greek antiquities from the Neolithic period through to classic ages and beyond, displayed thematically in beautiful presentations across the many floors of this spectacular 19th-Century Neoclassical building. One of the highlights is the famous Mask of Agamemnon, a startling gold funeral mask of the legendary Greek leader dating back to 1500 BC.
Located just to the northwest of the Acropolis, the Agora of Athens was once the heart of the ancient city; a place of political, cultural, economic and social importance. Dating back to 3000 BC, this site has been used non-stop throughout the city’s history, leading to an array of historical artefacts being found when excavations began in the mid 19th Century.
Today, its ruins are one of the largest remaining Agoras in the world, offering visitors a fascinating insight into the everyday workings of the classical world. Wander around the huge area to learn about the buildings that were situated here throughout the different periods of history, including the Stoa of Attalos II where Socrates is said to have preached to crowds of students.
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