Omonoia Square is an excellent vantage point from which to explore Athens: Located on the northern tip of the City Center—also known as the Istoriko Trigono/Historical triangle—the area offers up an array of historical gems and further indulgences as one heads south. From Syntagma Square’s fountains to the City Hall on Kotzia Square, the City Center also flaunts a selection of traditional shops and boutiques, while the compact Psyrri area—just a few minutes’ walk south of Omonoia Square—sports a dense mix of fine dining and drinking options.
ATH - Athens International Airport
Nearest train station
Athens Railway Station
Spa & Recreation
Fitness studio, rooftop pool, sauna, yoga sessions, and wellness treatments
Food & Drink
Magenta Restaurant serves American buffet breakfasts while Air Lounge Bar offers Greek and Mediterranean dishes on the roof
Conference & Meetings
The hotel has three halls that can be combined for events of up to 140 people
Parking on site
The smell of salty sea air, the sights of picturesque fishing villages, and the flavors of Earth’s best ingredients—welcome to Greece.