Classical Acropol Hotel
1 Pireos - Platia Omonias, Athens, Greece
Doubles from: $53 to $125
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Old World Finesse, Modern FlairThe Acropol Hotel is set in a landmark building, designed by the distinguished Greek architect Emmanuel Vourekas. The marble and hardwood floors of the Acropol, set the tone for the interiors sleek look, accented by Le Corbusier and Isamu Noguchi furniture in the lobby and a wall sculpture by Dimitris Pikionis, who designed the Acropolis promenade.GuestroomsYou will find each of the 167 rooms charming with its cosy and contemporary comfort. Organic tones dominate and create a space that belongs to you during your stay at the Acropol, in the heart of Athens.Pireos 1 RestaurantSimplicity was our creative and principle, when we created the menu. The PIREOS 1 restaurant offers you hearty servings of cured meats, fresh fish, and traditional Greek cuisine infused with international influences. Lord Elgin Transport Co BarYou can drop in, take a newspaper off the table and depending on the time, have a coffee, try the daily special, or linger over a malt whisky. Busy journalists and tourists cross paths here and regulars take their time. Meeting and EventsAudio Visual Services and EquipmentOur business hotel in Athens offers a public address system with wireless hand-held and tie-clip microphones, table-top microphones, speaker microphones, Tape recording (single or double) and in-print publication, Camera video projectors, Data video projectors, Front and Back projection screens, T.V. monitors PLASMA Proscreens, Simultaneous interpretation system fulfilling the European Union specifications, Personal Computers and peripheral, Laptops, Video players, DVD players, Wired or wireless voting system, Video conference, Satellite links, Video walls, Technical secretariat, Fax and laser printers, Stage lighting and special lighting effects, Stage scenery designing, Flipcharts. Extra equipment is available upon request.
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- Reception: 24-Hour
- Wi-Fi: Free
- Air conditioning
- Bathroom: Private
- Bathtubs Available
- Cable TV
About the Classical Acropol Hotel neighborhood
A gritty transit and commercial hub, Omonia Square is not Athens at its most quaint and ancient, but oodles of ethnic restaurants and immigrant retail shops give the area a bit of an international vibe and the Central Market features a dizzying range of goods. While Omonia is convenient for cheap sleeps and international fare, keep in mind the area can get a bit sketchy at night.