Top 5 Gay Friendly Hotel Athens | Greece | Deals | Booking
There are many of gay bars in different parts of Athens .The Gay Pride in Athens is a citywide gay-festival held annually at the center of Athens during the first weekend of June. Better hurry up to book your gay friendly hotel Athens!
Most of gay bars in Athens are located at Konstantinoupoleos street at Gazi, the most popular which is consider gay friendly but it is also popular bettwen straights due to great atmospere, show and music is S Cape club at Konstantinoupoleos street at Gazi.
Athens is the capital of Greece. It was also at the heart of Ancient Greece, a powerful civilization and empire. The city is still dominated by 5th-century BC landmarks, including the Acropolis, a hilltop citadel topped with ancient buildings like the colonnaded Parthenon temple. The Acropolis Museum, along with the National Archaeological Museum, preserves sculptures, vases, jewellery and more from Ancient Greece.
1. Ava Hotel and Suites Athens – Gay Friendly Hotels Athens
Just a 5-minute walk from the Acropolis, the 4-star Ava Hotel and Suites is centrally located in Plaka. It offers spacious, elegantly decorated suites with a private balcony or terrace. Free WiFi is available throughout.
Featuring neoclassical décor with wallpapers and carefully chosen furnishings, all suites are air-conditioned and soundproofed. Each has a fully equipped kitchenette, as well as a seating area with a 32” flat-screen TV. A DVD library is provided free of charge. Some of the suites enjoy stunning views of Hadrian Arch, Zeus Temple and the Acropolis.
Location: only a 5 minute walk from the busy Plaka district, Hadrian’s Arch, Temple of Olympian Zeus, and numerous cafes and shops. It’s ideally located in close walking distance to the Acropolis and Acropolis Museum.
This hotel had everything we were looking for – perfect location outstanding service, spacious room, beautiful bathroom with great shower and excellent breakfast! The hotel is in the Plaka and within easy walking distance of the Acropolis Museum, the Acropolis and Syntagma Square.
Our recommendation is to book the executive suite which has a sitting area and a separate bedroom with a king size bed. It also includes a kitchenette with a small refrigerator, stove and microwave. The bathroom is large, brilliant white with a big walk in rain shower and large towels. There are 2 TV’s and from the small balcony (no chairs) we could see a part of the Acropolis and Hadrian’s arch at either ends of the street. The street is quiet and no other sounds from the hotel.
Delicious buffet breakfast with a wide assortment of hot food (like eggs cooked to order) and cold food choices (eggs, waffles, meats, cheeses, pastries etc, coffee and tea, fresh fruits, yogurt, pastries, cereals and the best fresh-squeezed OJ.)
The bathroom is beautiful tiled bathroom with a decorative ceiling, huge sink and nice shower.
The breakfast buffet had a great variety including, juices, fruits, yogurts, cereal,
The best thing about this boutique hotel is the superior customer service they provide from room service hot pizza to local directions and recommendations, all done with a smile.
How much does a room costs at Ava Hotel and Suites Athens?
Prices start 262$/night for Standard Suites Room. The
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2. Hotel Fresh Athens – Gay Friendly Hotel Athens
Situated in the centre of Athens, within walking distance to Monastiraki and Plaka, this design hotel offers luxurious, minimalist rooms, in vivid colours. Most units feature balconies, some with a Zen garden.
Fresh Hotel’s stylish rooms feature furnishings and fittings by designers such as Philip Starck and Artemide. The spacious rooms are soundproofed and equipped with LCD satellite TVs and free Wi-Fi access. Toiletries and slippers are standard.
Hotel Fresh’s wellness options include a sauna and a state-of-the-art fitness centre. On the rooftop, the outdoor swimming pool, operating between May and October, offers views to the Parthenon and the city.
Fresh Athens, a gay friendly hotel is central based newly restored hotel turned into a design hotel. Everything works, great rooms, splendid breakfast and a fantastic view from the roof top which includes a relax outdoor area, a pool and a bar/restaurant with a modern and high-quality kitchen. The view after dawn is beyond words with a direct view to Akropolis lit in the evening with thousands of lights.
Walking distance to the Agora, Hadrian’s library, Ermou street, Monastikari and the (organised, clean) subway bringing you in less than 10 minutes to the entrance of the Acropolis.
The ‘cool’ rooftop bar looks out across to the Acropolis where you can sip a great little cocktail or too after a hard day’s sightseeing.
The rooftop bar is the crowning jewel of this hotel, lovely seats inside and outside with amazing views of the city and Acropolis. The cocktails are excellent (€9-11) but the draught beer is limited to Mythos (€6.50 for a large). The food is very nice as well with a good selection although I would encourage you to eat out and about the city.
Room perfectly sized for a couple and we also had a balcony and a great power shower. Breakfast is buffet style with everything you could want.
The rooms are clean and simple with balcony patio, desk, refrigerator and large bathroom. Great shower in the bathroom!
Breakfast is excellent, lots of choice and the fresh orange juice machine being the favourite.
The hotel staff are fantastic and friendly, very helpful for your every need.
How much does a room costs at Hotel Fresh Athens?
Prices start 160$/night for Double Rooms. The Suite is 360$/night.
Suites have a bedroom with TV and separate living room with TV, home cinema and private balcony
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3. O&B Athens Boutique Hotel – Gay Friendly Hotel Athens
The O&B Athens Boutique Hotel is located in the upcoming area of Psiri, in the city’s historic centre. Features include complimentary Wi-Fi, and the hip lounge bar-restaurant. Ancient Agora is a 3-minute walk.
All rooms feature the latest in video and sound design, stylish furnishings, Egyptian cotton sheets and large work desks. Their marble bathrooms come with custom-design glass-enclosed showers. Some have Acropolis views.
The hotel isn’t located in the City-Center, but it is literally a block from the Thissio Metro station which takes you straight down to Piraeus if you are catching a ferry, or you can walk down Ermou (one of the main streets) to Monistraki Square (about 6 blocks from the hotel) and catch the metro to the airport and other locations! There are plenty of restaurants, bars, shops and a charming flea market near the hotel. And the environment is safe even at night.
The room is so spacious with a huge bed, loads of space around it and a massive bathroom with a huge shower..
Rooms are clean with a flat screen TV with USB port for charging if necessary.
The rooms though small are lovely, clean and comfortable. The temperature in the room is easily controlled. The beds are. extremely comfortable and the shower was everything you would hope for after a long day of touring this amazing city.
The bathroom is very nice with a tile walk-in shower and all the toiletries provided (not always the case in Greece!). The shower is large, and the water flow is strong and temperature control is good. The towels were very soft, too. The room is kept very clean and the whole hotel is very clean and in great condition.
Breakfast had everything one could want and was served promptly. One could order an omelette in addition to scrambled eggs on buffet.
The wi-fi was included in the room, but it can be a little spotty during the stay.
How much does a room costs at O&B Athens Boutique Hotel?
Prices start 160$/night for Standard Double Rooms. The Petite Suite with Private Terrace is 306$/night.
Chic and with a unique design, the petite suites are located on the 3rd floor of the O&B Athens Boutique Hotel, boasting large terraces with unique Acropolis views.
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4. A for Athens Hotel – Gay Friendly Hotel Athens
Right next to Monastiraki Metro Station, A for Athens offers a rooftop bar with a stunning view of the Acropolis. Nightlife districts of Psirri, Monastiraki and Plaka are a 5-minute walk.
The stylish rooms feature a modern bathroom, a flat-panel TV and designer furniture. The large windows allow for plenty of sunlight and stunning city views, while some rooms face the Acropolis. Wi-Fi is free in the entire property.
The best place to stay in Athens, in front of the Acropolis ( best view on the roof top bar) near to restaurants, coffee bars, mini Market and the subway. Location is so convenient – Monastiraki station is right opposite, Acropolis 15 min walk, hop off hop on stops right in front, Syngtama square is walking distance.
This place is a definite destination to use as your base for your daily excursions to Plaka, Thiseio, Acropolis, Monastiraki, Syntagma with direct access to the metro station and to hop on – hop off touristic busses.
The room is just as described. Clean, comfortable bathroom just right. No the extras to be aware of weird way to control the hot/cold for shower and bathroom, dials near the toilet. The TV only plays Greek language, but I believe now all the Europe channels only play their language.This hotel does not have what americans call washcloths, just hand towels and bath. So you will wash with hand towels.
The bathroom is large and shower is great as well!
Breakfast: The breakfast is so very delicious and fresh: including a bunch of fresh fruits, great greek yoghurt, cereals and oats, omelettes, cakes, whatever you like :).
The absolute highlight is the bar / restaurant / breakfast room at the 6th floor: a perfect view at the Acropolis and the buzzling life at Monastiraki place: you are in Athens even without leaving your hotel!
How much does a room costs at A for Athens Hotel?
Prices start 110$/night for Double Rooms.
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5. Plaka Hotel Athens – Gay Friendly Hotel Athens
Hotel Plaka has a prestigious location in Athens’ historic centre. It is just 5 minutes walk from Syntagma Square and 2 blocks from Monastiraki Metro Station.
The central hotel offers a rooftop bar with breathtaking views of the Acropolis and across Athens. The 24-hour reception can help you with travel services in Greece and organize day trips around Athens.
The elegantly decorated guest rooms at Hotel Plaka include a minibar, safe, Wi-Fi, and air conditioning. Most rooms have balcony with views to the Acropolis, Plaka or Lycabetus hill.
Plaka is at such a great location with great restaurants nearby and a grocery store around the corner. Most of the attractions are walking distance and the metro a 10 minute walk.
It’s reasonably priced and the rooms are clean and comfortable
The rooms are super clean and the beds were comfortable. The Acropolis view from some of the rooms and the roof is stunning.
The rooms are spacious and the bathroom had been renovated with a beautiful bathtub and marble countertop.. The room is kept exceedingly clean by the staff and I had toiletries provided and replenished. There is a fridge in the room. The bed and pillows are very comfortable.
The hotel has a breakfast room where a buffet style spread is laid out consisting of hot and cold dishes, teas, coffees and juices – standard breakfast fare. Tea and coffee is also available until 17.30 from this room – perfect for a quiet few minutes pick me up in between sightseeing/ shopping and before preparing for your evening.
How much does a room costs at Plaka Hotel Athens?
Prices start 210$/night for. Deluxe Double Room with Acropolis View is 250$.
Bright room with stunning Acropolis views. It features light wooden furnishings and wooden floors.
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