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Spring is in the air and the rooftop bar is on fire... Enjoy prime location & friendliest staff! Top quality hostel, Why stay elsewhere? Book now the last special deals before they are gone!
We’re proud to be the only hostel in Greece selected by the Europe’s Famous Hostels Association. It’s no wonder why – we’ve got top ratings, a premium location and the best price!
The triple private rooms are one-room studios with a king-size double bed and a single bed. The quad private rooms are one-room studios with a king-size double bed and a king-size sofa bed. Bed linens and blankets are included in the price. Towels can be rent for €2. No soap is provided.
Our breakfast includes fresh milk and cereal, freshly brewed coffee, freshly baked bread with butter and jam and fresh oranges to start your day with a smile. Oh yes, and it's all free!
Don't miss our rooftop bar and cafe! It’s newly renovated and surrounded with glass. Fear no cold and enjoy best views of Acropolis, Lycavettus and Filopappou Hills. It’s open daily from 11am to midnight, with Happy Hour and special deals for guests only.
We support a philosophy aimed at actively contributing to the environmental issues of the planet through use of natural energy and installation of energy-saving technologies, ecological colours and waste-recycling solutions.
The Acropolis and the museums are all within walking distance and you can do it yourself easily. We will provide you with our suggested walking tour and free customized map. Monastiraki is famous for the flea market so check it out; you’ll find something cool for sure.
Our neighborhood (Psirri) is well known in Athens for being the heart of the city’s nightlife and is now home to well-kept art galleries that have brought the art scene closer to life. Among the narrow streets you will discover a new artistic community that has shaped its studios amidst the food market, small wholesales shops of domestic products, theatres and old little stores.
Lonely Planet said, 'the newest hostel in town, this bright and arty place has tasteful, well-equipped studios and hostel beds in a handy location within walking distance of the metro, major sights,
restaurants and nightlife. Each dorm has lockers. Artists have painted murals in the reception and some of the rooms, and there's a cool basement lounge with art exhibitions, pool table, home cinema and internet corner. The small rooftop bar is ideal for evening drinks under the Acropolis. It produces a weekly art and culture guide.'
Guests travelling with children under the age of 10 are requested to book private accommodations.
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From the airport:
Catch the new metro (blue line) straight to Monastiraki. No changes needed! It takes around 40 minutes.
From Pireus Port:
Catch the green line straight to Monastiraki. No changes needed! It takes around 25 minutes.
Upon arrival, take the exit for Monastiraki square. Once you’re in the square, turn your back to the Acropolis hill; you’ll see an ice cream shop called 'Mattonella'. Cross Ermou street and walk downhill along Ermou St for just a few metres (around 20 steps!). We are on the second little street on your right: Agias Theklas, at number 10. You can’t miss the yellow and green building!
If you arrive late at night at the airport, catch the bus to Syntagma square (it takes 20 minutes at night and runs 24 hours a day) and walk along Mitropoleos street for 10 minutes until you get to Monastiraki square. You will know you are there when you smell good food and walk between the gyros (Greek kebab!). Once you’re in the square, turn your back to the Acropolis hill; you will see an ice cream shop called 'Mattonella'. Cross Ermou street and walk downhill along Ermou st for just a few metres (around 20 steps!) we are on the second little street on your right: Agias Theklas, at number 10. You can’t miss the yellow and green building!