Best Luxury Hotels in Athens

Looking for the best luxury hotel in Athens? There are plenty of superb hotels offering great service. Here’s our pick of the best luxury hotels to book for your next visit to Greece. Book an Athens hotel to discover the roots of European civilisation.


Coco-Mat Hotel Athens

The Coco-Mat Hotel Athens is located in Kolonaki, one of the most high-end districts in Athens. The hotel offers rejuvenating sleep, modern design and high-quality accommodation for business and leisure travellers in the city’s most upscale district. It’s just a 5-minute walk from the metro station Evangelismos and offers easy transportation to and from the airport, and major city landmarks.+


Luxury 4* Hotel in Athens

B4B Athens 365 Hotel

The hotel is located in Athens, just 300 m from Onassis Cultural Center. It has a rooftop bar with panoramic views over the Acropolis and the city of Athens. B4B Athens 365 is perfect for business or leisure travellers offering to guests 4 stars Greek Hospitality at its best.+


B4B Athens Signature Hotel

It’s a brand new 4-star Hotel in the heart of the city. It’s strategically located in the centre of Athens, just a few steps away from the Temple of Olympian Zeus, the new Acropolis Museum and the most famous landmarks, with very easy access to public transport. The contemporary and cosy style puts everything you need close to you for a unique hotel experience.+


Hotel Fresh

Situated in the centre of Athens, this design hotel offers luxurious, minimalist rooms, in vivid colours. It’s an urban resort with unconventional atmosphere and totally personalised service. Get tan and relax, high above sea level, beside the rooftop pool. Enjoy the panoramic views of the Parthenon, the Acropolis and Athens skyline, all day long!+


Elia Ermou Athens Hotel

The hotel is situated on the most commercial street of Athens, just 300 meters from the Hellenic Parliament and at equal distance from Syntagma Metro Station and the Zappeion National Garden. At the Roof garden, on the 7th floor of the hotel, a magnificent Acropolis view is expecting the most demanding guest.+


The Athens Gate Hotel

It’s 4-star hotel located in the historic district of Athens, directly opposite the Temple of Olympian Zeus and the Gate. There is a bar/restaurant on the top floor of the hotel, offering a world of gastronomic delights, a spectacular panoramic view, and a selection of the finest Greek Wines. All the front rooms have a view of the Temple of Olympian Zeus, and 6th and 7th floor rear rooms offer stunning views of the Acropolis.+



Perianth Hotel

The hotel is located in the heart of Athens, in the Agias Irinis Square, offering offers elegantly decorated rooms and suites with free WiFi access. Combining a retro-style decor with modern touches, every room and suite at Perianth comes with a work desk and a modern bathroom with black marble details. The hotel is the ideal starting point to experience the city like a local.+


Divani Palace Acropolis

Minutes away and mainly walking distance from all major sightseeing points and museums this is the ideal location from where to start exploring the amazing city of Athens. The outdoor swimming pool is the ideal place for one to unwind and relax after a tiring day exploring Athens. A unique feature of the hotel is the ancient ruins of Themistocles wall, discovered in the foundations during construction and tastefully incorporated in the hotel’s architectural design.+


Electra Palace Athens

The hotel’s elegant luxury is complemented by the majestic views of the Acropolis that can be enjoyed from the rooftop restaurant, pool, rooms and suites. Located on the 5th floor of the hotel, the outdoor swimming pool is a cool oasis in the city center. Open throughout the summer, it commands magnificent views of Plaka and the Acropolis and features a pool bar. All elegant and comfortable rooms are equipped with all the amenities necessary for a luxurious shorter or longer stay.+


Grand Hyatt Athens

The hotel features a rooftop, seasonal pool and bar with stunning views over the Acropolis. Located on the 8th floor, the hotel’s restaurant offers all-day dining options to suit your exquisite preferences with flavors from Greek and Mediterranean cuisine. Facilities include a fitness center and a restaurant.+


Electra Metropolis

Located in the heart of Athens, the hotel features a small, rooftop pool with a waterfall effect and a sun terrace with views over the city. It’s a brand n5-star hotel in the heart of the city. It is situated at the beginning of Mitropoleos Street next to Syntagma Square, the most famous square in Greece. There is an impressive atrium in the centre of the hotel which is surrounded by restaurants, cafes and the spa. The hotel also has a unique Roof Garden with a spectacular view of the Parthenon and the entire city.+


AthensWas Hotel

It’s a 5-star hotel in Athens city centre, situated on the best-known and most beautiful pedestrian street in Athens: Dionysiou Areopagitou. The Temple of Olympion Zeus is a few steps away and Syntagma Square is a 10-minute walk away. Graced with impressive views of the striking Acropolis monument, Sense Restaurant is considered to be among the best Athens rooftop restaurants.+



Athens is the capital and the biggest city in Greece. Here you can find almost anything – on one side this is a city of a rich cultural heritage, and on the other side Athens is a large scientific centre.

Most of the attractions are found in the centre of the city in the area around the Acropolis. The Acropolis is usually called the symbol of Athens. The ancient citadel contains a few buildings of great historic importance, including the Parthenon – a temple dedicated to the goddess Athena. The Temple of Zeus is located approximately 500m to the south of the Acropolis. Visit the National Archaeological Museum to marvel at the world’s finest collection of Ancient Greek treasures.

Plaka is the oldest area in Athens and the main tourist area. You will find it between the Acropolis and the Temple of Zeus. The narrow medieval-style streets walk you through ancient sites and ruin, are lined with restaurants and cafes.

It’s also an ideal place for food lovers. With more than 2000 restaurants to choose from, you’re guaranteed to find a cuisine that’s to your liking. The covered Central Market is the place to pick up local picnic ingredients.