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AthensWas, one of the finest Hotels with the view you should not miss

Posted by moodhacker on June 8, 2017 at 5:45 AM


The luxury design AthensWas Hotel, of the Anemi Hotels group, opened this summer in the heart of Athens, at the foot of the Acropolis. It is minutes away from Athens’ major attractions, including the Parthenon, the ancient Irodion Theatre and the Acropolis Museum. AthensWas is a member of Design Hotels, a Berlin-based hospitality services company.



The hip hotel AthensWas Hotel, situated on the best-known and most beautiful pedestrian walkways in Athens, has become one of the capital city’s most popular accomodation spots.


Situated on the pedestrian-only avenue of Dionysiou Areopagitou, lined by trees, leading from the Temple of Olympian Zeus to the Acropolis, it sits on the edge of Plaka and there are plenty of restaurants, cafes and shops nearby. The nearest metro station is Akropoli (200m).


Opened as a boutique hotel in April 2015, it is only two blocks from the Acropolis Museum. The marble and walnut wood interior showcases retro-chic furniture and there are 21 rooms, plus a rooftop bar-restaurant overlooking the Acropolis.


The warm spaces make visitors feels at home, with charming rooms, suites and interiors. All the rooms at the AthensWas also have their own outdoor spaces, which allows guests to enjoy the much loved outdoor aspect of Athenian life.


The “Sense Fine Dining Restaurant”, hosted on the top floor of the hotel in the heart of will open its doors today, May 26 and welcome Athenians and visitors in its newly refurbished premises.





Offering a stunning view of the Acropolis hill and Plaka, the restaurant invites guests to indulge in Greek flavours and dishes prepared with a modern twist by its new awarded head chef Thodoris Papanikolaou, who is also in charge of the hotel’s breakfast and lunch menus, also making AthensWas an all day gastronomical hotspot in Athens.




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