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  • Sleeps6
  • Bedrooms3
  • Bathrooms2
  • Property typeApartment
  • Minimum Stay2
  • Extra Cost / Person / Night (above 4 persons)47,50€


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The Wind Suite

Once you past the door of Wind Suite, you will approach a neoclassic and aristocratic atmosfer. The Luxury apartmentis in the heart of the historic center with a breath-taking view of Acropolis, just 100 m. from central metro station

The tree bedroom apartment, includes one master room with a king-size bed, en-suite bathroom and plasma TV. The second bedroom hasa king-sizw bed and a plasma tv, ans then the therd bedrooms provides a single and ouble sofa bed. The deluxe apartment is tastefully decorated with furniture and decors that emphasize the luxury standing. Every detail of each room is designed to offer you a lavish experience and the comfort you would feel in your own home.

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Every detail is designed to make you feel the comfort of your own home.

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Enjoy the breath taking view to the Acropolis.

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A fully equipped kitchen with modern amenities.

Your Neighborhood

Within a few minutes walk, you can enjoy the “core" of the city, the ancient town of Plaka. Characterized by neoclassical architecture from the time of the Turkish occupation, this picturesque neighborhood is buzzing with small local shops, restaurants, and market stalls. Several monuments are merged in the scenery, such as the Lysikrates Monument, the Roman Agora with the famed “Tower of the Winds" as well as true masterpieces of Byzantine art and architecture. Last but not least, the Acropolis, as well as the renowned Acropolis museum, is within a short walking distance.

The nearest metro station is located just a stones throw away, on the vibrant square of Monastiraki; this station has direct transit to the airport and allows easy access to other parts of the city. Moreover, Monastiraki square is situated adjacent to the Psyrri area, which during the past few years has evolved into a pillar of Athenian nightlife with an impressive score of bars, restaurants and clubs.