Situated on Ermou Street, Athens’ most commercial street and the ultimate destination for shopping endeavors, Elia Ermou Athens Hotel is a cultured 4-star hotel that will envelop you in courteous hospitality and comfort.
Due to its location, if you choose to stay in Elia Ermou most -if not all- of Athens’ landmarks will be within arm’s reach, from the imposing Acropolis Hill and the Temple of Olympian Zeus to the National Gardens and everything in between. All rooms of Elia Ermou are impressive in their design, however, if given the chance, choose a room with a private hammam & hydromassage bathtub for deeply relaxing evenings.
The hotel has two cafés, ‘Elia Bistro’ and ‘Ethrio private café bar’, where you can enjoy a coffee & a snack. It also has a roof garden on its 7th floor, ‘Athens View Balcon’, where you can relish in scrumptious local dishes along with a breathtaking view of Athens. The hotel’s ultra-modern and incredibly equipped gym is also a big plus, while the cryosauna it offers will heal and relax you.
Couples will love:
- ‘The hotel’s roof garden restaurant offers not only piquant Greek creations but also striking city views.
- The rooms offering a private hammam & hydromassage bathtub are some of the best in town.
- The professional staff is discrete yet friendly and eager to help you with whatever you might need throughout your stay.
- Don’t pass up the opportunity to enjoy a session in the gym’s cryosauna; a unique, restoring experience you’ll never forget.
About the Location
Elia Ermou is located at the extremely popular Ermou Street, only a few meters away from the emblematic Syntagma Square. It is the same amount of distance away from Syntagma Metro Station and the Zappeion National Garden, and only a few minutes’ walk from all sights and attractions of Athens, including the Acropolis Hill, the Acropolis Museum, and the districts of Plaka, Monastiraki, and Psiri.
For fresh fish on the go, try ‘Zisis- fish in a cone’ near Monastiraki Square, while nearby you will find ‘Hoocut’ and ‘Kostas’, two of the best souvlaki spots in town. For a luxurious, fine-dining experience, ‘Vassilena” and ‘Alera’ will satisfy all of your senses and make you fall in love with the local cuisine.
Gain insight into the famous Athenian nightlife with a drink at ‘Bank Job’, ‘7 Jokers’, or ‘By the Glass’, a unique wine bar that offers the best and largest selection of wines. Last but not least, savor traditional Greek pastries at ‘Ariston’, and sweeten your stay in Athens with a taste of the traditional Greek dessert that resembles doughnut holes drenched in honey syrup or chocolate in ‘Loukoumades’.