Philippos Hotel Athens (Athens)

Philippos Hotel Athens (Athens)
Philippos Hotel Athens

country: Greece, city: Athens (Central)

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The family owned Philippos Hotel Athens is the most ideally located hotel in the heart of the old city district, only a two minutes walk from the Acropolis, the Plaka, the Herodus Atticus ancient theatre and the new museum of the Acropolis. The area around the hotel is one of the most peaceful and quiet spots in the city, and yet it is situated just a 15-minute walk from the central square of Syntagma and the Parliament building.

The fifty guestrooms and suites are fine, luminous, in a modern style, softened by elegant fabrics and ambient lighting.

Breakfast is being served at the coffee shop, as well as drinks and beverages, all day long.

The hotel provides a meeting place for those who want an efficient conference. Three meeting rooms of various sizes and layouts are also available to suit the needs of the guests. Moreover, the lounge is the perfect place to enjoy a book, a friendly chat, with a cup of cappuccino from the coffee shop, or spend some time to catch up on your e-mail.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Banquet facilities
Conference facilities
Currency exchange
Faxing facilities
Laundry facilities
Air conditioning
Cable / Satellite TV
In-room safe
Mini bar
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Voice mail

Extra Information:

3 Mitseon Street
11742 Athens

International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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