Medium in size, the lobby has a warm feel to it and offers some seating. The brasserie is just beyond the lobby.
This is a 10-storey modern block with balconies on each floor, fairly typical of the area although more upmarket and better maintained than most of its neighbours.
The property features 100 finely-furnished and fully air-conditioned single, double and twin rooms. Each room features a private bathroom, with bathtub or shower, hairdryer, heating, direct dial telephone, satellite & pay TV, writing desk, mini bar and cosy sitting area. Some rooms furthermore have a private balcony and safety deposit box facility is available upon request at the front desk.
The main restaurant maintains the contemporary theme of the hotel. It is painted in a cream colour giving it a bright feel, with pine furniture complemented by red and black soft furnishings. There is a selection of Greek and International dishes on offer. During summer, meals and drinks can be enjoyed in the rooftop restaurant which commands superb views of the Acropolis and Lycabettus Hill. The hotel now also boasts a brand new ground floor brasserie.
This hotel has one of the best central locations for access to both the shopping and historic sightseeing areas of Athens. The Acropolis, Plaka and Psirri areas and main shopping streets are all within walking distance of the hotel. For those who wish to venture further afield or for airport and port arrivals, Omonia metro station is just around the corner (two minutes' walk).