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By far the ritziest neighbourhood in town, Kolonaki is home to most of the chic boutiques and designer label stores. Here, the wealthy say no to austerity by dressing in their finest and spending hours in the trendy cafés around Kolonaki Square, sipping the most expensive coffee in Europe. The area also contains a couple of notable museums and cultural institutions, which add to the air of nobility. The leafy upper reaches of Kolonaki transition into Lykavittos Hill, the highest point in central Athens. Climb the paths through its wooded slopes to the tiny chapel at the top, from where you are rewarded with stunning views across the Acropolis to the sea and even the mountains of the Peloponnese on a clear day. The wooden amphitheater up here hosts regular concerts during the summer.
Before getting to antiquity we saw the temporary exhibition In the Realm of the Senses by the American artist Lynda Benglis. A grand assortment, contrasting with the permanent collection.
It was a marvellous opportunity to see so many artefacts from a period that we hadn’t previously viewed.
Figurines, mostly female, are central motifs of the art eon displayed. Mostly, but...
Hard to explain how stunning Athens panorama is. Look my photos amd you will understand. The best place to see everything like on the palm of your hand is here. There is a "easy" way to use funicular which cost 7,5 eur both directions ( goes on each round hour on 30min), one direction is 5eur. Alternative is to walk...
There are a number of marvellous aspects to atop Mount Lycabettus and this Chapel is one. Seeing it on a Sunday afternoon framed against the deep azure of the sky, we though it looked its best.
Stepping to the interior is to admire a proliferation of frescoes and icons. All silver St. George on his horse slaying the dragon is...
Great place. Booked via email and replied to confirm within 30 minutes
Shown to table and talked through the menu by waitress
Excellent tasty food and lovely atmosphere
Waitress very helpful and extremely knowledgeable and provided excellent table service will a lovely manner. Will return when back in Athens
Well worth the visit
Every time we visit Athens, we need to eat at thus great, homely place! Why? Great food, affordable prices, hospitable and polite waitresses, clean, fast and cosy! Try the specials. I mean the daily menu: mousaka, beans, artichokes frikase, chicken snitzel with home made delicious mash potatoes, etc. good for vegetarians too!
We have eaten here twice and both times it was very good. The restaurant is nicely decorated (table linen!) and they serve every day a different menu, prepared with quality products. They explane the food they serve (also in English) and it consists of several meat, fish and vegetable dishes. Simply said: very good food ! The bread they serve...
Great little find and we loved it and visited twice. The food was good quality and really tasty and is really reasonably priced. Nice atmosphere and the staff were really friendly too. Would definitely recommend.
Short walking distance to the highlights of Athens. Great view from the roof terrace with small outdoor pool. Friendly and competent staff and we were feeling very safe in connection with COVID 19. Good breakfast served directly.
Nice area, heart of Athens, great rooms, great hospitality. Hotel has all necessary measures for guests safety from COVID 19, it also has all day mini buffet service due to lack of breakfast, meals etc. highly recommend.
My wife and I were due to stay in April this year. We booked through Booking.com, I didn’t book cancellation rate. Once Covo-19 started I emailed hotel to explain my problem. Hotel e mailed back immediately and let me cancel without any issue. Once we will be able to visit after travel restrictions are lifted . We will definitely book...
All good and in line with expectations.
Very nice terraces and pool, the view from there is stunning.
There’s a huge difference between rooms with a view and rooms without
Only deceiving point was to be asked 140€ for 3hours babysitting (2small children)