Located in one of the most picturesque streets of Athens, the pedestrian Dionysiou Areopagitou Street, Athens Was is a luxurious 5-star hotel that will make your stay in the Greek Capital a pleasure.
With the high-end design, luxury, comfort, and style as its main characteristics, Athens Was is located just a few minutes away from the Acropolis Hill, the Acropolis Museum, and Plaka and offers its guests the opportunity to get a grasp of an authentic feel of Athens’ urban excellence.
The romantic atmosphere of the hotel cannot be missed. It offers spacious, contemporary rooms and luxurious suites that offer stunning city views. Athens Was promises to treat you to its superior services, hospitable staff, and immaculate facilities.
In it, you will find the ‘Sense’ Roof-Top Restaurant for an upscale gastronomic experience and ‘Promenade’ bar for local, high-quality comfort food. The hotel also offers a Fitness corner, which is essentially an indoor fitness room with up-to-day equipment, perfect for your everyday practice sessions.
24h room service
Couples will love:
- Its incredible rooms and suites are a feast for the eyes and offer mesmerizing views of Athens.
- You can try the best of what Greek cuisine has to offer in a romantic setting at ‘Sense’ rooftop restaurant.
- The hotel resembles an art exhibition, as it is decorated with stunning pieces of art across all of its floors.
- All rooms offer a Nespresso coffee machine so as to start your day on the right foot.
About the Location
Athens Was is located in the local-favorite pedestrian street of Dionysiou Areopagitou Street, the perfect place for long leisurely walks and the spot from where you can access within minutes every sight and attraction of the city.
The Acropolis Hill, the Acropolis Museum, and the oldest neighborhood of Athens, Plaka, the Temple of Olympian Zeus, and the National Gardens are all at your feet.
If you want to take in a bit of the old-time glamor of Athens while eating homemade delicacies to accompany your drink, ‘Giasemi’ in the district of Anafiotika in Plaka is the one for you. For a traditional Greek feast, ‘Stamatopoulou Palia Plakiotiki Tavern’ will introduce you to the riches of the local cuisine. Similarly, ‘to Koudounaki’ will impress you with its mouthwatering local recipes prepared by 2 older sisters that will welcome you like family. For a more fine-dining experience, ‘Ovio’ offers incredible pasta in the heart of Athens, while ‘Oinoscent’ is the perfect wine bar you can head to after your filling meal, with a long list of local and international wines that will cater to every taste.