About This Listing
Recently rennovated Studio Apartment w bedroom with King Bed with high quallity linens & equipped kitchen. In the heart of Athens & only a few steps away from the city's attractions & historical sites such as the Ancient Agora & the Acropolis Museum.
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the same size apartment and building.
The Studio Apartment covers about 35 square meters and features a bedroom with King Bed with quality 100% cotton linens and towels. The equipped kitchen is arranged in open plan configuration and features two stoves, coffee maker, refridgerator and microwave. The en-suite wardrobe is spacious, with enough hangers and shelves to store a legion’s clothes and suitcases. Also, the kitchen is stocked with some of our most favorite Greek delicacies, enough for your first morning meals.
The apartment is for your private use only.
Interaction with Guests
We are available for you 24/7.
The location is certainly one of the best in the city.. Right in the heart of Athens and only a few steps away from the city’s Historical Center… Ancient Agora, Monastiraki and the city’s flee market, the old lively neighborhood of Psyrri with hundreds of cute little restaurants and bars as well as Plaka’s and Syntagma’s cafés and shopping area are right at your doorstep and only a five to ten minute stroll.
The metro station of Monastiraki makes transportation around the city of Athens as easy as a walk in the park: Less than a 5 minute ride to Syntagma Square and Kolonaki’s fashionable shopping district, a 5 minute ride to the Museum of the Acropolis and Ancient Herodion Theatre and just 1! Minute to Gazi’s restaurant and nightclub district. The Athens Airport is an easy direct ride of 45 minutes (Metro Line 3 - “Blue Line”) and just 15 minutes to the port of Athens Piraeus (Metro Line 1 - “Green Line”).
Other Things to Note
This Studio Apartment’s location and features make it the perfect choice for a comfortable and practical long stay or short visit in Athens.
While staying in our apartment gives you the freedom to feel like home, please behave responsibly as if it were your home and enjoy the most your stay.
Adams apartment is excellent! It is very centrally located - easy walking distance to all the main hot spots, as well as the train line to the airport. The apartment is spacious and has everything you need! We had great time in Athens! Thanks Adam.
Our stay in Athens was perfect! The apartment was very easy to navigate to/from and very central to the sights of athens. We were able to walk/ take the metro everywhere without any problems.
We really enjoyed the trendier restaurants and bars in the area near the apartment as well as the more traditional options near the square. The apartment was nice and clean and we appreciated the air conditioning :) Adam was a great host and the apartment was just what we needed!
Adam was very helpful and even gave us a little tour of the neighborhood. The flat is small but very central.
We stayed at Adam's place on the backside of our Greek island holiday. We wanted to get an authentic impression of nightlife in Athens and we certainly did! We knew from reading the other reviews that the location would be loud. It is. There are noisy neighbors and a very loud bar right under the apartment. Everything dies down by about 3 am. The location was awesome and the space was comfortable, you just have to be prepared to stay out late partying with the locals. Adam is a great host, was very flexible when our ferry schedule changed, and provided us with a useful tour of the neighborhood (which, once again, was AMAZING). You cannot be closer to all the best restaurants, shopping, and historical sites - all within easy walking (or metro) distance. We walked everywhere so we could eat more calimari. So, bottom line, depending on what kind of experience you are looking for, this is an excellent option.
Adam was extremely responsive by email. I used the free wifi at the airport to let him know when we arrived and what time our subway train was leaving. He then met us at Monastaraki Station right on time. As he walked us to the room, he gave us a ton of helpful information about restaurants and shops. The location of this flat is extremely convenient. Definitely recommended. Adam is a nice guy with great people and business skills.
El departamento de Adam es genial! muy buena ubicación, a dos pasos del mercado para hacer compras y a unas pocas cuadras a pie para los lugares históricos. Muy cómodo, y con un desayuno muy bueno.
Adam fue muy amable con nosotras, respondió al instante los mensajes, nos recibió en la puerta cuando llegamos y nos ofreció un pequeño tour que desafortunadamente rechazamos por cansancio.
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About the Host, Adam
Born in the city of Athens and raised around the picturesque and romantic neighborhoods of the Acropolis and Plaka.
For the last ten years I work in the hospitality and real-estate industry .
Athens is the city with the longest history in Europe. In its 5000 years of history, it has gone through different shifts and eras. All profoundly seen in the areas bellow the magnificent rock of the Acropolis with neighborhoods that abuzz with beautiful cafés, restaurants and local life.
As a traveler I love blending in other cultures and their lifestyle.
At first I would stay in hostels sharing my experience with other young travelers, then it was boutique hotels. For the last couple of years I mostly choose to stay in apartments in central locations and encounter the local lifestyle in first person.
Hospitality is certainly a passion, as a travel enthusiast I love sharing my local knowledge with off-the-beaten path suggestions or simply the norm... whether this is someone who wants to see Athens in a snap or soak up the city and sip it slow.
Please feel free to drop me a line if you wish to inquire about my listings or need any assistance with planning your trip here!
See you soon!
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