See why so many travellers make Athens Center Square their hotel of choice when visiting Athens. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a charming setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Close to some of Athens' most popular landmarks, such as Monastiraki (0.3 mi) and Temple of Hephaestus (0.3 mi), Athens Center Square Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Athens Center Square features a concierge and a rooftop terrace. In addition, as a valued Athens Center Square guest, you can enjoy free breakfast that is available on-site.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Athens' popular lobster restaurants such as Kuzina, GB Roof Garden, and Scala Vinoteca, all a short distance from Athens Center Square Hotel.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Acropolis (0.6 mi), Acropolis Museum (0.8 mi), and Plaka (0.3 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
At Athens Center Square, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Athens.
The location is absolutely perfect, and easy to access from airport with metro. No changes needed. Staff friendly, breakfast ok. Rooms clean. And we had the most amazing view of akropolis from our room on the 8 the floor. However it was very noisy from several different things. We had a room next to the elevator, and could hear every time someone took the elevator. The toilet was making noise all night so we had to shut the water flow off to be able to sleep. There is a roof top for guests on top of the 8 th floor rooms. Which is nice for the guests but we heard very loudly when someone went up there moving chairs to sit down. Rooms get pretty warm even though it was in November, but air con was turned off and not possible to turn on. We had to have the window open to cool down, resulting in loads of mosquitos, wind noises and noises more load from outside.…
The first strong point of Athens Center Square is the location, in the center of the city, in the midst of an open market we thoroughly enjoyed, and several places of interest within walking distance. The second strong point of the hotel was the staff, who were very friendly and helpful. They gave me excellent advice on local restaurants and shopping, great places to check out for tourism, and were able to help us with tickets and booking tours. They also have an excellent breakfast each morning with a variety ranging from American staples like eggs to local favorites such as halva. The room itself was very nice and kept clean. We were on the eighth floor with a balcony facing Lycabetus Hill and the view was spectacular! It was well worth paying extra for the balcony and the view, which was how we ended each day, buying nuts or olives in the market for a snack as we watched the city from our balcony.…
Stayed for 2 nights and could not fault the staff or cleanliness. The hotel is brilliantly located within walking distance to everything. Sadly the hotel feels a little tired and needs some tender loving care (as does this wonderful city). The view from my window included homeless people, drug dealing and drug taking, non of which are the hotel’s fault obviously. Despite this, I did not feel threatened at any time and I walked everywhere at all hours. There is a fabulous deli/restaurant 50m from the hotel, be sure to give it a try. Some lovely street cafes are also very close by in Psirri. If you don’t mind roughing it a little and would enjoy a no frills, affordable break in the center of Athens I would give this hotel a try.
very good location-walking distance from everywhere in the city. even its next to the market -the hotel and rooms are quiet. helpful and very kind staff. rooms are cleaned everyday breakfast was nice and tasty. free coffee and tea plus great cookies for Christmas/new year!
Stayed for 4 nights- the hotel is located near a very busy local market, which we didn't mind, but the area can feel a little sketchy, especially at night. The room is quite small with very little room for clothing storage, so you mostly have to live off your suitcase. It would be nice if there were some small shelves in the washroom, to put toiletries on. However, the view to the Acropolis is great and the breakfast is amazing! The place is very clean and the staff extremely helpful and kind. If you go at the end of December, like we did, keep in mind that everything is closed in Athens on Jan. 1, so need to get food into the room in advance form dinner on Dec. 31 and lunch on Jan. 1.