Stanley Hotel Athens (Athens)


Stanley Hotel Athens (Athens)
Stanley Hotel Athens

country: Greece, city: Athens (Karaiskaki Square)

Stanley Hotel Athens Stanley Hotel Athens

Location
Placed amidst the Karaiskaki and Omonia Square, the Stanley Hotel has easy access to the shopping areas of the city.

Rooms
The hotel rooms are pleasantly decorated and offer complete comfort with modern furnishings and standard facilities. Specially adapted rooms for the physically challenged are also available.

Restaurant
Guests can choose from the 2 onsite dining venues that serve an array of delicious dishes, which include Greek and international cuisine with a la carte menu. You can also relax at the bar sipping your favourite drink.

General
This property with well-appointed conference facilities is an ideal venue for business gatherings. During leisure, you can take a refreshing dip at the swimming pool as well.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Cocktail bar
Conference facilities
Disabled facilities
Laundry facilities
Lobby
Lounge
Parking facilities
Reception
Restaurant
Room service
Swimming pool
Air conditioning
Cable / Satellite TV
Hairdryer
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Radio
Telephone

Extra Information:


  • 35 km to the Airport

  • 1 km to the Train station

Address:
1 Odysseos Street At Karaiskaki Square
10437 Athens


International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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