A bustling metropolis and the capital of Greece, Athens is home to legendary sites and monuments which attract thousands of visitors year after year. Discover its colossal architectural and historical heritage while staying in the city’s Novotel hotels, where you will be welcomed into to a peaceful and pleasant setting. A living capital, Athens has many unmissable sites which will propel you back to the past. Start your stay with a visit to the Acropolis and its museum. From the top you will be treated to a singular view of the city. Discover the Parthenon then Erechtheion, the two more famous monuments of the Acropolis, before going to see the ruins of the one of the largest temples of the Greek world: the temple of Zeus. Next, explore the Agora, the old centre of the ancient city, then visit the most beautiful collection of Greek antiquities of the world at the National Archaeological Museum. Treat yourself to a beautiful view of illuminated Athens when the evening comes by climbing up Mount Lycabettus or grab a bite of the local specialities such as souvlakis in the Plaka district, which has retained the charm of a small village. It is the liveliest place in the city. Athens has an impressive heritage and can be visited as an open-air museum. Our ideally located Novotel hotel will accommodate you in an unusual setting with a view of the city and its surroundings.

Our hotels in Athens

3-4 star hotels

1.36 k.m from the city centre

In summertime, enjoy the breathtaking views of the Acropolis and Lycabettus hill from our roof terrace. Relax with some food or a cocktail by the outd...

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The hotel’s classification (1 to 5 stars in France) meets the criteria set by the local authorities.

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