A moveable feast
Above the agora
When good foodies go to heaven, we imagine it looks a lot like Ergon House in downtown Athens. This parthenon of produce dedicates the entire ground floor – a double-height, light-filled atrium replete with vertical orchard and 200-year-old olive tree – to food glorious Grecian food. There’s a greengrocer, a butcher, a fishmonger (no word on the candlestick maker), bakery, deli and roastery, plus two brilliant bars and a restaurant to write home about. And though it’s a hive of hip Athenians downstairs, you’ll find hushed calm and contemporary cool reigns in the boutique bedrooms upstairs – all muted greys, brushed brass and walnut wood.
Get this when you book through us:
A seasonal Greek delicacy (with written instructions) to prepare in your room