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Located on the slopes of the famous Lycabettus Hill, Kolonaki is just to the north of Athens' historical center. With its luxury boutiques and high quality accommodation, Kolonaki is a wealthy area that will appeal to anyone who wants to enjoy their stay in Athens to the full. At, we have partnered with the best hotels in Kolonaki, Athens and can offer accommodation for all travel groups and vacation budgets. Check out accurate customer reviews and ratings. See photographs of sample rooms. Compare location maps to find somewhere near the Metro, and check out lists of the facilities available to make sure you have everything covered. Then, book the ideal place to stay in Kolonaki and book early to secure great discounts with's travel partners.

What's Kolonaki Like?

Elegant and prosperous, Kolonaki is a great place for families to stay when enjoying the sights in Athens. The area is filled with museums and galleries. Visit the Byzantine Museum, the Athens War Museum, the Benaki Museum of Culture and History and the uniquely colorful Museum of Greek Costume. The Greek National Gallery is just to the southeast and the beautiful Botanical Gardens are very close by as well. Climb to the peak of Lycabettus Hill to see extraordinary views of the Acropolis (or take the cable car instead), catch a show at the Megaron Concert Hall or take the Metro downtown to major attractions like the Parthenon and the National Archaeological Museum. You could also head further afield to catch a soccer match featuring Olympiakos, or stretch out on the Aegean shore at Glyfada. Hotels in Kolonaki, Athens allow you to explore the entire city with ease.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Athens

Getting along with modern Athenians should not be hard. The residents of Kolonaki are generally welcoming to outsiders, so strike up a conversation with the boutique owners and café proprietors of the area and explore their expert recommendations. If you want to find souvenirs and experience Athens' finest street market, we recommend visiting Pandrossou, which is not far from Kolonaki. Make the trip up to Lycabettus as well, as there are no better vantage points to see the city laid out before you. If you love culture, try to catch a folk music performance at the venues around nearby Panepistimio Metro station. The locals also like to cool off in high Summer, and the shady Botanical Gardens are a great place to sip an ice cold fruit juice or iced tea. However you choose to enjoy the city, book hotels in Kolonaki, Athens with today.

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