Venue and Travel Information

Novotel Athens
4-6 Michail Voda str.
104 39 Athens Greece
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The Novotel Athens is conveniently located in the centre of Athens hotel is close to Omonia Square, Larissis station and the National Museum. Relax at the rooftop bar and restaurant beside the pool.

Free onsite parking.

Nearest Metro: Larissa Station

Nearest Rail: Omonoia

To book your accommodation at the Novotel. Please fill out the accommodation form and send back to the hotel to complete your booking.

Mrs Aspasia VRETTOU
Tel : +30 210 82 00 700
Fax : +30 210 82 00 777

Room type:
Single room: 134,00 € (including taxes & breakfast)
Double room: 144,00 € (including taxes & breakfast)
The above rates do not include the accommodation tax (3 euro per room night) which is imposed since January 1st, 2018, according to the law 4389/2016.

Cancellation terms & conditions:
1. For any change or cancellation of the reservation 7 days prior arrival, one day cancellation fees will be applied to the credit card. 2. For any change or cancellation of the reservation 3 days prior arrival, 100% cancellation fees will be invoiced to the credit card.



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Sight seeing:

The Acropolis
The sacred rock of the Acropolis and its most recognized monument, the Parthenon, have withstood the test of time. Natives have often commented on its commanding presencethat is instilled in their daily life.  But nothing compares to witnessing its grandeur up close and in person.

The archeological park, known as the Unification of Archaeological Sites, (4.7 km or 3 miles wide) that surrounds the Acropolis, encompasses some of the world’s most ancient treasures.

Lycabettus Hill
At a height of 277 metres (approximately 1,000) feet Lycabettus Hill is perhaps the best spot in which to get an aerial view of the city.  Visible from here is the Acropolis, the port of Pireaus, and the island of Aigina. If a mini-trek up is not appealing, take the cable car to the top (and back down). The entrance is on the corner of Aristippou and Ploutarchou streets. If you decide to walk down the forest path you will encounter Dexameni Square in Kolonaki, where you can grab a bite to eat.