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The Stanley Hotel Athens

Centrally located and right beside the Metro only 20 meters away
The Stanley, a historic 4 star property and one of the largest hotels is conveniently located in the center of Athens. Our brand new jewel, Cloud 9, is proudly the largest hotel rooftop terrace in Athens with over 1.500 square meters of space. Featuring a gorgeous swimming pool, a chic bar, and Sweet Basil - our redesigned open-air restaurant. The panoramic and stunning views of the Acropolis, Lycabettus Hill and the rest of Athens, will leave you breathless.
With a total of 380 rooms
offering Superior, Standard, Family rooms and Suites, a 24-hour front desk, complimentary high-speed fiber optic WiFi in all areas, indoor parking garage, fitness center, and sauna - here at The Stanley we have you covered. For corporate needs, The Stanley offers 8 fully equipped Meeting rooms with natural light and capacities ranging from 10 to 150 people.
In the center of Athens city
The Metro station (Metaxourgeio), taxis, Hop-on Hop-off buses are literally steps away from the entrance of the hotel. The Acropolis museum and Syntagma Square are just a 5-minute Metro ride away. Our friendly and experienced staff strive to go the extra mile for every guest and look forward to welcoming you!

Rooms & Suites

Superior and Standard renovated rooms, Family rooms and Suites
Why book with us
Get these exclusive Stanley Hotel benefits
Outdoor swimming pool
Free WiFi
Parking on site
Family rooms
Smoke free Hotel
Fitness centre
Restaurants
Tea/coffee maker in all rooms
Bar
Events

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Discover Athens city

The Acropolis of Athens is an ancient citadel located on a rocky outcrop above the city of Athens and contains the remains of several ancient buildings of great architectural and historic significance, the most famous being the Parthenon. The word acropolis is from the Greek words ἄκρον and πόλις (akron and polis)
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Also called the Hill of the Muses, Filopappou Hill - along with the Hills of the Pnyx and the Nymphs - was, according to Plutarch, where Theseus and the Amazons did battle. Inhabited from prehistoric times to the post-Byzantine era, today the pine-clad slopes are a relaxing place for a stroll. They offer excellent views of Attica and the Saronic Gulf, well-signed ruins and some of the very best vantage points for photographing the Acropolis.
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Thiseio is popular for early afternoon or evening strolls with views of the illuminated Acropolis. It includes the pedestrianized Apostolou Pavlou street that rings the Acropolis. The National Observatory, a scientific institute for the study of astronomy and seismology has vintage telescopes on display and offers tours, while the Herakleidon museum hosts art and science exhibitions.
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In the shadow of the Acropolis and its ancient temples, hillside Plaka has a village feel, with narrow cobblestone streets lined with tiny shops selling jewelry, clothes and local ceramics. Sidewalk cafes and family-run tavernas stay open until late, and Cine Paris shows classic movies al fresco. Do not miss, one of the most idyllic neighborhoods in Plaka, Anafiotika. The picturesque whitewashed houses and narrow alleys are reminiscent of a Cyclade island village, called Anafi.
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It is the central, most important square of Athens from both a historical and social point of view, at the heart of commercial activity and Greek politics. The square is named after the Constitution that King Otto was obliged to grant after a popular and military uprising on 3 September 1843. It is located in front of the 19th-century Old Royal Palace, housing the Greek Parliament since 1934.
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The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center, SNFCC is a public space open to everyone. It has been a hive of cultural, educational, athletic, environmental and entrepreneurial activity that is constantly evolving. It includes the Greek National Opera, the National Library of Greece as well as the Stavros Niarchos Park, one of the largest green areas in Athens, covering 21 hectares.
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The Onassis Cultural Centre-Athens was inaugurated in December 2010, as a new cultural site accessible to all. Its mission is the promotion of modern cultural expression, the support of new Greek artists, the cultivation of international collaborations, the education and lifelong learning, as well as the co-existence and interaction of sciences, innovation and arts.
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The Theatre of Dionysus is regarded as the first sample of Greek theatres and the birthplace of the Greek drama. It was built into a natural hallow at the southern slopes of the Acropolis and it is the first theater in the world. This ancient theater was dedicated to Dionysus, the god of wine making and ecstasy, whose festivals was the driving force behind the development of Greek theater. Probably established in the late 6th century, the theater has been reconstructed many times since then.

How to get there
Location
Ermou street is a commercial, pedestrian only street, connecting Kerameikos archaeological site with the Syntagma Square through Monastiraki, Psiri and Thiseio.
Location
The Acropolis of Athens is an ancient citadel located on a rocky outcrop above the city of Athens and contains the remains of several ancient buildings of great architectural and historic significance, the most famous being the Parthenon. The word acropolis is from the Greek words ἄκρον and πόλις (akron and polis)
Location
Also called the Hill of the Muses, Filopappou Hill - along with the Hills of the Pnyx and the Nymphs - was, according to Plutarch, where Theseus and the Amazons did battle. Inhabited from prehistoric times to the post-Byzantine era, today the pine-clad slopes are a relaxing place for a stroll. They offer excellent views of Attica and the Saronic Gulf, well-signed ruins and some of the very best vantage points for photographing the Acropolis.
Location
Thiseio is popular for early afternoon or evening strolls with views of the illuminated Acropolis. It includes the pedestrianized Apostolou Pavlou street that rings the Acropolis. The National Observatory, a scientific institute for the study of astronomy and seismology has vintage telescopes on display and offers tours, while the Herakleidon museum hosts art and science exhibitions.
Location
In the shadow of the Acropolis and its ancient temples, hillside Plaka has a village feel, with narrow cobblestone streets lined with tiny shops selling jewelry, clothes and local ceramics. Sidewalk cafes and family-run tavernas stay open until late, and Cine Paris shows classic movies al fresco. Do not miss, one of the most idyllic neighborhoods in Plaka, Anafiotika. The picturesque whitewashed houses and narrow alleys are reminiscent of a Cyclade island village, called Anafi.
Location
It is the central, most important square of Athens from both a historical and social point of view, at the heart of commercial activity and Greek politics. The square is named after the Constitution that King Otto was obliged to grant after a popular and military uprising on 3 September 1843. It is located in front of the 19th-century Old Royal Palace, housing the Greek Parliament since 1934.
Location
The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center, SNFCC is a public space open to everyone. It has been a hive of cultural, educational, athletic, environmental and entrepreneurial activity that is constantly evolving. It includes the Greek National Opera, the National Library of Greece as well as the Stavros Niarchos Park, one of the largest green areas in Athens, covering 21 hectares.
Location
The Onassis Cultural Centre-Athens was inaugurated in December 2010, as a new cultural site accessible to all. Its mission is the promotion of modern cultural expression, the support of new Greek artists, the cultivation of international collaborations, the education and lifelong learning, as well as the co-existence and interaction of sciences, innovation and arts.
Location
The Theatre of Dionysus is regarded as the first sample of Greek theatres and the birthplace of the Greek drama. It was built into a natural hallow at the southern slopes of the Acropolis and it is the first theater in the world. This ancient theater was dedicated to Dionysus, the god of wine making and ecstasy, whose festivals was the driving force behind the development of Greek theater. Probably established in the late 6th century, the theater has been reconstructed many times since then.

How to get there
Location
Ermou street is a commercial, pedestrian only street, connecting Kerameikos archaeological site with the Syntagma Square through Monastiraki, Psiri and Thiseio.
Location
The Acropolis of Athens is an ancient citadel located on a rocky outcrop above the city of Athens and contains the remains of several ancient buildings of great architectural and historic significance, the most famous being the Parthenon. The word acropolis is from the Greek words ἄκρον and πόλις (akron and polis)
Location
Also called the Hill of the Muses, Filopappou Hill - along with the Hills of the Pnyx and the Nymphs - was, according to Plutarch, where Theseus and the Amazons did battle. Inhabited from prehistoric times to the post-Byzantine era, today the pine-clad slopes are a relaxing place for a stroll. They offer excellent views of Attica and the Saronic Gulf, well-signed ruins and some of the very best vantage points for photographing the Acropolis.
Location
Thiseio is popular for early afternoon or evening strolls with views of the illuminated Acropolis. It includes the pedestrianized Apostolou Pavlou street that rings the Acropolis. The National Observatory, a scientific institute for the study of astronomy and seismology has vintage telescopes on display and offers tours, while the Herakleidon museum hosts art and science exhibitions.
Location
In the shadow of the Acropolis and its ancient temples, hillside Plaka has a village feel, with narrow cobblestone streets lined with tiny shops selling jewelry, clothes and local ceramics. Sidewalk cafes and family-run tavernas stay open until late, and Cine Paris shows classic movies al fresco. Do not miss, one of the most idyllic neighborhoods in Plaka, Anafiotika. The picturesque whitewashed houses and narrow alleys are reminiscent of a Cyclade island village, called Anafi.
Location
It is the central, most important square of Athens from both a historical and social point of view, at the heart of commercial activity and Greek politics. The square is named after the Constitution that King Otto was obliged to grant after a popular and military uprising on 3 September 1843. It is located in front of the 19th-century Old Royal Palace, housing the Greek Parliament since 1934.
Location
The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center, SNFCC is a public space open to everyone. It has been a hive of cultural, educational, athletic, environmental and entrepreneurial activity that is constantly evolving. It includes the Greek National Opera, the National Library of Greece as well as the Stavros Niarchos Park, one of the largest green areas in Athens, covering 21 hectares.
Location
The Onassis Cultural Centre-Athens was inaugurated in December 2010, as a new cultural site accessible to all. Its mission is the promotion of modern cultural expression, the support of new Greek artists, the cultivation of international collaborations, the education and lifelong learning, as well as the co-existence and interaction of sciences, innovation and arts.
Location
The Theatre of Dionysus is regarded as the first sample of Greek theatres and the birthplace of the Greek drama. It was built into a natural hallow at the southern slopes of the Acropolis and it is the first theater in the world. This ancient theater was dedicated to Dionysus, the god of wine making and ecstasy, whose festivals was the driving force behind the development of Greek theater. Probably established in the late 6th century, the theater has been reconstructed many times since then.

How to get there
Location
Ermou street is a commercial, pedestrian only street, connecting Kerameikos archaeological site with the Syntagma Square through Monastiraki, Psiri and Thiseio.
Location
Meeting rooms - Stanley Hotel

Meeting rooms

Specialized for Your Needs. At The Stanley we understand the needs of modern business. We offer eight specially designed meeting rooms that are suitable for your needs. 
Since 1980 me and my family stayed at the Stanleys on many occasions, for all this time we enjoyed the service and of course the perfect location. At any time our expectations were exceeded. We are looking to comingf back soon.
Breakfast was good, quite a few healthy, vegetarian options Gloves provided at breakfast due to hygiene & cleanliness, with sanitiser on all tables Water bottles were complementary, which is great & provided on a daily basis. Staff were all really friendly & helpful Cloud 9 food was lovely, enjoyed the vegetarian options & one of the best hot chocolates I've had Pool was nice & heated, good service & cosy
I been staying at the Stanley hotel a couple of times already and every time it get better., the staff is upstanding, helpful and customer service oriented has a fantastic way with customer. The food at the breakfast buffet is delicious and fresh . Rooms spacious and modern ...and the valet parking is always super convenient. I am totally happy and will definitely recommend to my associates and friends
Very close to a metro station, fantastic pool in the roof, rich breakfast, kind efficient staff. Room of good size and very clean bathroom. Efficient, flexible staff. I would definitively recommend this place an certainly I will go back
Most incredible breakfast buffet I've ever had at a hotel. The location is exceptional, right next to a metro station and a 15 minute walk into the centre. The room was clean and spacious, and the staff really friendly. I will certainly be back here if I'm ever in Athens again.
I personally recommend hotel because of the excellent customer service. The rooms were spacious with a balcony and they were quite clean. I also appreciate the healthy smoothie bar at the breakfast. The customers can have lunch and dinner on Roof Top restaurant. On top of all that the hotel is close to train station and downtown/Center.
I love this hotel! Best 4-star hotel I've stayed at in a long time! I changed hotels from the dumpy Wyndham Grand and I'm so pleased that my travel agent gave me that option! This hotel on the other hand is sheer perfection! I love my room it has a balcony overlooking the central square. I love the heated swimming pool in December because I swim every day and it is perfect! Breakfast was very good a little cold but I love the spinach pie I love the strudel excellent service fresh squeezed orange juice wonderful breakfast but a little cold! LOL! The room comes equipped with a refrigerator a very comfortable bed a balcony nice amenities in the bathroom a very professional hotel staff at the front desk special thanks to cost us that help me get a room when I was leaving that dirty Wyndham Grand. The hotel has an air conditioner even in December I like my room slightly cold it has a pod coffee maker with all the amenities it was excellent! Only slight flaw I could see is that perhaps they can add a chair to the outside balcony but I would imagine they are very hard to keep clean in Athens! Stuff very helpful excellent bar on the 9th floor where the pool is with the view of the Acropolis, this is my you go to hotel in Athens and I am so pleased because it cost me an excellent value of $67 including tax and breakfast for all of this luxury which is a steal! Thanks to cost us the front office manager for helping me make a smooth transition from that other awful hotel to Paradise
the room view , the breakfast , the pool , the dinner . everything
Amazing experience at this beautiful hotel, the staff are extremely friendly and helpful, the location is great & rooms are very clean and tidy
Excellent hotel. When we arrived and went to the rooftop around sunset I was blown away, so beautiful! We spent some time relaxing and sunbathing at the rooftop when the sun was out which was very nice.Rooms are clean and beds are comfortable. The breakfast was also amazing, so many options also for vegetarians/vegans. We rented a car via the hotel and the staff was happy to help. If I come back to Athens I would definitely stay here again. It has the look and feel of a 5 star hotel but the price is very reasonable.
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