Four Cheap Hotels in Thessaloniki

Four Cheap Hotels in Thessaloniki - Athens, Greece

Important Note. Hotel rates vary drastically throughout the year according to the festivals calendar. Traditionally, July and August are the least expensive months for hotels in Thessaloniki. The city's Annual Trade Fair, held every September, is the most expensive time to visit Thessaloniki.

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Pella Hotel
63 Ionos Dragoumi Street
+30-2310-524-221 (telephone)
+30-2310-524-223 (fax)
Double room: €52-€77

Pella Hotel has an easy, breezy, island feel despite being in the heart of the city.

Tourist Hotel
21 Mitropoleos Street
+30-2310-270-501 (telephone)
+30-2310-226-865 (fax)
Double room: €65-€95

Tourist Hotel is especially charming for a budget hotel, with all sorts of Old World touches.

Park Hotel
81 Ionos Dragoumi Street
+30-2310-524-121 (telephone)
+30-2310-524-193 (fax)
Double room: €68-€105

Expect neutral tones and Asian-influenced art at this hotel, and enjoy park and city views from room balconies.

Hotel ABC
41 Angellaki Street / Syndrivaniou Square
+30-2310-265-421 (telephone)
+30-2310-276-542 (fax)
Double room: €91-€143

Simple, tasteful midrange hotel with a casual yet refined vibe.

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