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The Best Hotels for Families in Athens

Natasha Giannousi-Varney | January 08, 2018

Visiting Athens and not in a mood to share a crammed space with little ones? These hotels offer spacious rooms - some of them interconnecting, enough beds for everyone, and occasionally even two bathrooms. All baby needs will be provided too, upon request.


Philippos Hotel

Why it made the list

Spacious family rooms are available at one of the top centrally located hotels, perfect for visiting the Athens sites. Ranging from 25 to 35 m2, these rooms feature double or twin beds and two sofa beds to accommodate a family of four. Some of the family rooms even benefit from those fabulous Acropolis views.

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Grecotel Pallas Athena

Why it made the list

Children will love the funky décor at the Family Graffiti guestroom sleeping 2 adults + 2 children in two separate sleeping areas (35 m2). There is a dedicated children’s menu, while a baby cot is free and available on demand. Children get a welcoming present upon arrival.

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Pi Athens

Why it made the list

A modern Skandi-chic apartment-type accommodation in a micro-luxury hotel might be the ultimate solution when traveling to Athens as a family. The Pi’s Room 1 can accommodate up to 6 people, even has a large dining table, and a small but fully equipped inox kitchen. The sleeping arrangements include 2 bedrooms and a convertible sofa bed in the living room. Other accommodation options are available at Pi depending on family requirements.

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Plaka Hotel

Why it made the list

Interconnecting family rooms are good to go at the Plaka, which is Hermes’ affiliated hotel (so they both share the same family-friendly vibe). Only here rooms are slightly smaller, but on the up side slightly more centrally located, near happening Mitropoleos square where the children can roam about (open spaces like this are rare in downtown Athens). Maximum number of guests is four, and the bathrooms have two showers.

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King George Athens

Why it made the list

An assortment of snacks & meals can be found in the In-room Dining and in Tudor Hall Restaurant children's menu. Disposable bottles, high chairs & safe bed railings are available upon request.

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St. George Lycabettus

Why it made the list

A kids’ corner/playroom staffed by specialist childminders is available for hotel guests at an extra charge. Little people love the screening of children’s films and popcorn from 4-6pm in the hotel’s private screening room. Children also pay less than half price at the popular Sunday Family Brunch buffet, which is frequented by visitors and locals alike.

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Hermes Hotel

Why it made the list

The secret for the Hermes popularity with families lies in the interconnecting family rooms (32 sq2 in total) with two rooms and two marble bathrooms (one shower one bath), which are located in the corner of every floor. A third child can be accommodated in an extra sofa bed. These rooms are limited in number so book early to avoid disappointment. The small playroom on the hotel’s first floor next to the restaurant is an added bonus.

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