NIKI ATHENS HOTEL My stay in Athens

So if you follow my IG stories you know that a week ago I have been in Greece and I stayed in Athens for just a day. I take time to choose the hotels I am staying. I spend plenty of time reading reviews, checking photos and prices before I make my decision on where I shouldstay and 9 out of 10 times I end up in a really good place.

Niki Athens Hotel was a good place! Located on the “Niki” street and a not wild guess would be this is where it got its name.

Niki: In ancient Greek mythology Nike/Νίκη was a goddess who personified victory. Her Roman equivalent was Victoria. She was variously described as the daughter of the Titan Pallas and the goddess Styx, and the sister of Kratos (Strength), Bia (Force), and Zelus (Zeal). Her symbols were the Golden Sandals, the wings and the wreath.

Right in the heart of Athens, 5 minutes walk from Syntagma square, makes it an ideal place to stay, as the main archaeological, cultural and shopping points of interest are just a breath away from the hotel. From here you can walk to Monastiraki, or Acropolis, Plaka, the National Garden, Parliament and Ermou. If nightlife is what you are looking for this will not be a problem either since you are also a breath away from some of the best restaurants and cocktail bars of the city.

Highlights of the stay:

COCO-MAT Bed (I slept like a baby…. only deeper because I didn’t wake up for a minute)

Super clean room

Fantastic Interior Design

Perfect temperature inside the room

Nespresso machine (because I love coffee)

Zealots soap and face cleanser

Best bathroom design ever

Location Location Location

Wi-FI is actually high speed

Looking forward to go back to Athens to stay at this beauty!

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2 Comments

  1. Vallia Stefani
    September 2, 2018 / 7:57 pm

    The interior of this place looks 👌

  2. Elias
    October 4, 2018 / 10:41 pm

    I miss Athens. This city has a vibe! I wish I can visit soon.

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