Hotels in Monastiraki
A for Athens Hotel is ideally located in the heart of the city, next to Monastiraki square. The hotel’s location offers a unique view to the Acropolis visible by all rooms and the hotel’s terrace. Up there, there is a cozy bar serving delicious cocktails and drinks. Guests are able to enjoy a rich breakfast every morning or be assisted by the staff at the 24-hrs reception. The rooms are designed by Greek designers and feature all kinds of amenities such as kitchenette, private bathroom and balcony overlooking the Acropolis.
City Circus Athens features a rooftop terrace and a bar-restaurant, just 300 m from Thission area and within 350 m from Monastiraki Metro Station. Housed in a neoclassical building, the property offers air-conditioned accommodation with free Wi-Fi.
Boasting a terrace and free WiFi, Nin&Bau Sarri 2 is situated in the Athens City Centre of Athens, close to Monastiraki Square and National Theatre of Greece. Guests at the aparthotel can enjoy a à la carte breakfast. Both a bicycle rental service and a car rental service are available at Nin&Bau Sarri 2.
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Reviews of Monastiraki, Athens
olivia3rch 14 Feb 2009The square of the oppositeOur hostel was near Monastiraki, so we would frequently pass by this beautiful area. I spend a whole week in Athens last summer. The weather was extremely hot in the middle of July and the beaches far away, but I felt I wanted to see more of this town. In any case, our hostel was cheap, so we didn't mind staying for two or three more days. Monastiraki is the centre of ancient Athens, as there are many archaeological sites in a walking distance: the Acropolis, the Ancient Agora, the Roman Agora, the Hadrian Library. Many antique shops line the streets around the square of Monastiraki and the railway station. In a word, this is the place of the opposite in Athens: expensive restaurants next to cheap kebap taverns, luxurious shop centres close to open markets, fancy street actors side by side to beggars, ancient sites close to modern constructions...
susiler 19 Jan 2009Shop in the flea marketsMonastiraki was my best district of Athens. Although it was usually very crowded and it could get pretty dangerous at night with so many economic immigrants that live there, in the day it was just a lovely place to have a coffee with view to the Acropolis and to shop in the flea markets. I didn't shop much from Monastiraki, but I saw some excellent antique items. I just bought a miniature of the Acropolis and a cup with the word "Athens" on it. However, I really enjoyed my walks along the narrow paths.