At a glance

  • Playful sculptures and graffiti-splashed rooms
  • Rotating exhibition space showcasing works by local artists
  • Near Monastiraki’s iconic landmarks

Grecotel Pallas Athena 


An all-white aesthetic acts as a canvas for the modern artwork and graffiti by local artists.

This art-rich boutique hotel is a culture-lover’s dream. Gallery-white walls showcase unique artworks by up-and-coming creatives, while graffiti-splashed rooms designed by local street artists give an edgy twist to interiors. There’s even a rotating exhibition of works by different artists – Elena Galanopoulou and Teodosio Sectio Aurea among them.

Brimming with personality, rooms and suites are individually styled with quirky features – think all-white expanses broken up by bold pop art and playful sculptures (the neon-yellow pig is a standout). Pick a Superior Guestroom for statement wall murals and bespoke handcrafted furniture, or go all out with a Prestige Pallas Suite, designed like an artist’s studio with pop art from the hotel’s private collection. The art theme streams through to the restaurant, where wall-hung paintings and potted plants set the scene for vast breakfast buffets – head to the Cretan corner for traditional dakos and apaki – and Mediterranean dinners with a seafood focus.

Once you’ve had your fill of food and art, head out into Athens to discover the contemporary capital of music, culture, fine cuisine and haute couture, mixed with a rich history dating back 3000 years – the Acropolis is a must-visit for its magnificent temples and artefacts; be sure to head to the museum at the foot of the ancient citadel. You’re also just a short walk from the iconic landmarks of Monastiraki, from Hadrian’s Library to the Ancient Agora, along with its artisanal flea market and traditional tavernas.

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Key information

Overlooking Kotzia Square, 10 minutes from Monastiraki

Airport transfer time: Approx. 45 minutes' private transfer from Athens airport
Rooms: 63

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Accommodation information

63 rooms


• Explore the artefacts of the Acropolis Museum* • Browse for artisanal goods at the Monastiraki flea market* • Peruse the work of emerging artists in the hotel’s revolving art exhibition • Share plates of Greek meze in traditional tavernas, washed down with punchy raki*.


Restaurant, bar

What's included

Buffet breakfast at Pallas Athena Restaurant.

Meal upgrade options (per person per night)

Half Board from £22 • Breakfast and dinner at Pallas Athena Restaurant.

*Denotes local charge