Be surrounded by a great mix of global cuisines and nightspots, in Athens’ city centre, close to the shopping and entertainment of colourful Omonia Square. Guests can kick start their day in the light and airy breakfast room before heading out to explore nearby sights such as the National Theatre of Greece, the Archaeological Museum and the ancient cemetery of Keramikos. Returning to the hotel, guests can relax with a drink in the welcoming bar before retiring to the air-conditioned comfort of their tastefully furnished room.
Why we recommend the King Jason Hotel
- Affordable and central hotel
- Close to attractions, restaurants and nightlife
- Comfortable guestrooms
- Breakfast room onsite
- Bar and restaurant onsite
Attractions near the King Jason Hotel
Theatre of Dionysus
Marvel at the wonderful spectacle of this majestic open-air theatre, one of the earliest preserved of its kind in Athens. Dating back to around the 4th Century BC, this ancient arena could seat audiences of up to 17,000 people who would come to celebrate festivals in honour of the popular god of wine and drama, Dionysus.
Sitting at the foot of a southern slope of the Acropolis, the Theatre of Dionysus is considered to be the birthplace of European theatre. Left largely in ruins since the Roman period, the theatre is currently being restored to its former glory by the Greek Culture Ministry.
Wander through the National Garden
Take a break from all the classical sights of Athens to enjoy a leisurely stroll through the verdant scenery of the city’s National Garden. Formerly the Royal Garden, this pretty oasis is located behind the Greek Parliament building, which was previously the Royal Palace.
Now a public park open from sunrise to sunset, the National Garden offers the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. Relax in the tranquil scenery and enjoy the shady cover of palm trees in this tropical paradise, once the garden of kings.
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