Athens Diamond Hotel

24 Voulis and Mitropoleos, Plaka area, Athens, 10563, Greece
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Entrance, New Acropolis Museum, AthensEntrance, New Acropolis Museum, Athens

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Athens Diamond Hotel

by jeanbo

Does anyone know about this hotel? It is a 4 star,opens in May (don't know date)
and it's located on Mitropoleos and Voulus.

Re: Athens Diamond Hotel

by Durfun

Mitropoleos & Voulus are right off Syntagma Square, you the location is central. You can see Lycavittos hill from the square & the Parliament building with the guards on duty :)

What's the deal with this particular hotel anyway? I know of others in the same vicinity, from 75 Euros for 2 including breakfast, and upwards..

I have seen these hotels from inside, and even stayed in one down the road (slightly different price bracket, but overlooking Temple of Zeus on one side & the Parthenon on the Acropolis on the other).

So, perhaps it's safer to opt for a hotel that already exists??

Re: Athens Diamond Hotel

by lynnehamman

I agree with Darfun.........safer to stay in exisiting hotel. Of which there are very many with wonderful rooftop-gardens that have views of Acropolis and Athens. Recently stayed at two- Central and Hotel Adriane- both were very satisfactory. had balcony and great breakfasts, and were both under 90 euros and in Plaka area.

Re: Athens Diamond Hotel

by Odinnthor

..and I have to agree with above responders. You did notr say when you are going, but suspect that they are giving really good rates after they open. There is a reason for that, - as it takes a while for a new hotel to get "in the groove" so to speak. Further, they may open before all amenities are in place.

Better take the above advise and book a hotel in the same area, which is a good one to be in, with some hotels having exceptional views.

Travel Tips for Athens



Here's a ticket to more than one of the objects :) Just to let you know what it looks like.

Don't pay much attention to the price, I'm a student so I pay only half of it - and I don't remember whose ticket this one was ;)))

Changing of the Guard

by oriettaIT

Every hour at Parliament Square you can see the Changing of the Guard.
The soldier called Euzone stand stright and still for an hour in front of the Ignote Souldier Monument. Than new soldiers come and both the old and the new couple of men walk around in kind of dance. Very interesting to see. They wear their traditional clothes that are different from anyone else in the world.
The area can get really crowded when the new hour is close, so better to come there a little bit early. The new group of soldier will come from your right side looking to the street.

Wanna eat a REAL Greek salad?

by Arial_27

There are tons of Greek restaurants all over the world, but none of them make their Greek salad the way they are actually made if you go to Greece.
The Greeks put nothing but tomato, cucumber and olives in their salad (at least at all of the restaurants I went too.) The feta cheese doesn't come already sprinkled all over the salad the way you probably make it at home. It just comes in one huge block sitting in the salad. (I'm not sure if they want you to crumble it up yourself, or if you're supposed to just cutt pieces off it as you go.)
But that's how the Greeks generally make their salad..... and they have olive oil for dressing.

Orange city

by Lilasel

The streets of Athens are fringed with fruit-bearing trees like figs, lemons or oranges. Nobody eats them and they look like Christmas decorations all year around. The bitter oranges that drop from the trees are sometimes used as weaponry by demonstrators against the police.


by athenian80

As you walk along the city's streets you will encounter many unexpected attractions. They might not be listed in the city's siteseeing map but they are certainly a pleasant surprise. Parts of the ancient Athens' city walls, a 12th centrury byzantine church in the middle of a busy street or , as depicted in the photo Roman baths and so on... The good thind is that in most cases they are well-preserved and with explanations... Enjoy!


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