Need to know
Twenty-one, including eight suites
Noon. Check-in: 2pm, both flexible subject to availability. Guests arriving early or leaving late are also welcome to store their luggage.
Double rooms from $288.86 (€248), excluding tax at 13.5 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional government tax of €4.00 per room per night on check-out.
Rates usually include à la carte buffet breakfast and all local taxes. Guests staying in Superior Deluxe rooms, the AthensWas Suite and the Hellenic Suite will get Acropolis Museum tickets.
Arrange a private half-or full-day tour of Athens for a bespoke hit of history and culture.
At the hotel
Free WiFi throughout, 24-hour gym, meeting room. In rooms: Korres bath products, Nespresso coffee machines, HD TVs, minibars.
Our favourite rooms
We particularly like the higher floors for their views of Athens. Seekers of quiet and calm may enjoy the Classic rooms – with private balconies overlooking the peaceful courtyard – best. The splashy Helenic Suite has a huge terrace with a day-bed, for Acropolis-watching by day and stargazing by night.
Bring running shoes to follow the hotel’s jogging map, an alternative way to see the sights. Or for the lounging-inclined, pack your sunglasses and sunscreen to take in the incredible city views as you laze away the day on roof terrace.
Grab a design book and a drink and head to the vine-strewn urban secret garden of the courtyard for a mid-afternoon lounge session.
Welcome everywhere except the Deluxe rooms. AthensWas can provide free cots, rollaway beds, baby baths, high chairs. There are three sets of interconnecting rooms, and the Helenic Suite and Grand Suite can be joined to form a family-sized suite.