Oscar Inn Athens (Athens)

Oscar Inn Athens (Athens)
Oscar Inn Athens

country: Greece, city: Athens (Centre)

Oscar Inn Athens Oscar Inn Athens

The Oscar Hotel is ideally located in the centre of Athens and is minutes walk from Omonia Square and the Archaeological Museum. The hotel also provides easy access to all ancient sites and other interesting tourist attractions like the Acropolis, Parthenon, Plaka area, Parliament Building and the Olympic Stadium.

This distinctive luxurious property offers comfortable accommodation units that are tastefully decorated and well equipped with an extensive range of modern facilities including internet access.

Guests can dine on a variety of luscious local and regional specials served at the in-house restaurant. You can also enjoy your favourite cocktail at the roof garden bar with breathtaking views of Acropolis and the Lycabettus hill.

The Oscar Inn also provides modern conference facilities to meet your business needs and can cater up to 120 delegates. There is also a swimming pool available onsite for you to enjoy at your leisure.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Cocktail bar
Conference facilities
Currency exchange
Faxing facilities
Internet access
Laundry facilities
Photocopying facilities
Room service
Swimming pool
Air conditioning
Balcony / Terrace
Cable / Satellite TV
Internet access
Private bathroom / Ensuite

Extra Information:

  • 29 km to the airport

  • Close to the train station

43-45 Samou Street

International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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