Hotel in Athens for Sale

An eight story building right in the heart of Athens in one of the most busy urban streets surrounded by shops, hotels and more


Located 2.4 km from the Acropolis, City Plaza Hotel Athens offers a terrace with garden and pool. The hotel is 150 meters from Heuden Bus Stop and a 5-minute walk from Victoria Subway Station.

The eight story building is consisted of a basement, ground level, 1st to 8th floor

A renovation is required to turn the building into facilities of any usage.

  • Floors: 8
  • Rooms: 125
  • Parking
  • Pool
  • Elevators
  • Conference Room
  • Bar- Cafe

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78 Aharnon Ave., Athens, Greece


Direct access to public road


Floors: 8


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The building is situated neardy Victoria square and Victoria subway station. A walking distance also towards many destinations within the city such as Acropolis (2,4km), the National Gardens (2,2km), Ermou street (2,2km) where the heart of the market is beating and many more.

IThe hotel is located 40 km away from the Athens International Airport "Eleftherios Venizelos".

List of nearby points of interest and activities:
  • Acropolis
  • Museums
  • Parliament
  • Shops
  • Central Market
  • Plaka
  • Lycabettus
  • Park


Museums: Going hand in hand with history, the museums in Athens are the perfect way to help piece together all the facts that you learn while visiting. Here you are truly spoiled for choice, with a huge number of museums in the city centre alone. You just need to decide which ones you’d like to visit!

Archaeological Sites: As you probably know, Athens is home to many important and historic archaeological sites. Their presence and preservation is something that makes the city incredibly special. Obviously, the Acropolis is a defining feature and over a million people visit this site alone annually, but there are many other sites that deserve your attention. They are clustered within walking distance around the city, and will often be a lot less crowded.

The Surprises: Many parts of Athens often have an unassuming exterior. While the buildings may be dated and worn, it by no means alludes to a dull interior. The narrow and sprawling alleyways of the city can lead you to the most unexpected and pleasant of surprises. Numerous times you many stumbled upon some of the quirkiest bars or cafes that only have a discreet doorway for their entrance, and if not paying attention someone might not even have noticed them. In Athens there are constantly things to explore, and you’ll find something new and exciting every single day, no matter the length of your stay.

The Islands: The capital is very close to the port in Piraeus. Just a 30 minute drive out of the city, this is the biggest port in Greece, and ferries run frequently to many gorgeous island destinations. A stay in Athens leaves you situated in the perfect central location; you get the best of both worlds in that you can experience some of the mainland but also see the islands. This proximity is always good when you only have a limited number of days on holiday. So, while it is possible to fly straight to Santorini or Mykonos, why not consider visiting Athens first?!

The Coast: Situated right on the southern edge of Greece’s capital is the Athens Riviera, a stretch of coast that has many private and public beaches. So, if you are unable to visit the islands, there are plenty of beaches that you can explore close to the city. Vouliagmeni is an example of one such destination and is only 25 km out of Athens. This coastal suburb has plenty of beaches to choose from. Lake Vouliagmeni is also close by and is a lake that is situated over a natural thermal spring. The high concentration of salts and minerals offer a number of therapeutic benefits that have been recognized since antiquity.

The Markets: The markets will give you a taste of real Athenian culture. There are many markets in Athens and here you’ll often get chatting to stall owners, whose friendly curiosity will hold you for a while longer than you expected. You’ll learn about the products and their origin and meaning all while meeting and seeing everyday people about their daily tasks. If you want a really authentic Greek market experience, make sure you visit Piraeus! Aside from the cultural aspect, often when you leave a country after a holiday you want to take a little something home with you that can be a reminder of your journey. Or perhaps you want to share something with those loved ones that missed out.

The Nightlife: In Athens the fun doesn’t end when the sun goes down, and in true Greek style things generally start to pick up later in the evening. Unlike many European countries, at 9pm the night is only just beginning. Restaurants will start to fill up as people come to have dinner or a drink with friends. This bustling evening energy is such an exciting change for those not accustomed to it. So, after dark you’ll find plenty to do in the city that never seems to sleep. Athens also has a large number of bars and nightclubs that can cater to everyone’s taste.

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