Athens International Airport (ATH)
Airport Hotels and Accommodation
Athens Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport (ATH) provides air travel for more than 14 million passengers per year, forming an important gateway to the country's capital, which is a large, modern, cosmopolitan city.
Athens is a busy business centre and in order to cater for the large number of business visitors, it offers a good selection of hotels, with accommodation both centred around the airport and in the downtown area.
Athens: Airport Hotels and Accommodation
The Sofitel Athens Airport Hotel is situated opposite the airport and is within walking distance. This hotel provides comprehensive business facilities and a range of in-room amenities.
HOTELS CLOSE TO ATHENS EleftHERIOS VENIZELOS AIRPORT (ATH)|
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|Hotel Austria Hotel||Mousson 7, 11742,|
|Athens Attica Avenue||Attica Avenue 40, 2 Klm,|
|Holiday Inn Attica||Attica Avenue,|
Athens, 19002, Greece
Athens: City Hotels and Accommodation
With over 300 hotels in the Athens region, many people visiting the city choose to stay in and around the very centre, which lies approximately 32 km / 20 miles to the north-west of Athens Eleftherios Venizelos Airport (ATH). Known throughout the world for its magnificent historic remains and spectacular ruins, the city of Athens thrives on tourism and is home to a diverse range of accommodation options, many of which are fairly expensive.
Central Athens is certainly one the best places to stay, with hotels here being close to a number of impressive sightseeing opportunities, often just a short walk away. Accommodation in downtown Athens is also suitable for visitors with business needs and many hotels here offer a range of meeting and conference rooms, close to prominent metro train stations. Syntagma Square is surrounded be a selection of centrally located hotels in this area and is within easy reach of Athens' most famous landmark, the Acropolis.
Further hotels in Athens can be found in the historic town of Plaka, where upmarket and true luxury accommodation is the order of the day. Those looking to stay in the city on more of a budget should consider the hotels located around Mavili Square, Omonia Square and along Syngrou Avenue, which generally offer good value for money and often boast views of the city's beautiful mountainous backdrop.
A number of hotels can also be found lining the Athens coastline, with balconies overlooking the Aegean Sea. Sandy beaches and swimming pools are often located alongside hotels in this part of Athens, together with nearby restaurants, local shops, entertainment venues and the 18-hole Glyfada golf course, an established club dating back to 1966.