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In[n]Athens Urban Hotel Announces Addition of New Rooms

The in[n]Athens hotel in the Greek capital recently added 16 new rooms to the property, bringing the urban hotel to 37 total rooms.

Located in one of Athens’ preserved heritage buildings, the hotel is located just a few steps from Syntagma square, bustling Ermou street and the renowned Acropolis monument.

True to its aim for visitors to feel comfortable and at home when staying at in[n]Athens, the hotel’s management has made certain that each room is unique, while all elements are handpicked and custom made.

Although all rooms of in[n]Athens have been given a modern look with the use of Greek marble, wood and steel, they are totally in line with the hotel’s overall appearance and character.

Designed by STOA Studio Of Architecture, the new rooms were designed in a way to highlight the elements of the neoclassical building – to create something unique – but also maintain continuity with the pre-existing rooms and public areas.

“These new rooms reveal our ‘extroversion’ to our customers,” the hotel’s manager, Manos Konstantinou, told GTP Headlines.

The hotel now consists of 13 classic rooms, 6 deluxe rooms, 6 deluxe rooms with a city view, 1 family room, 4 junior suites with atrium view, 1 junior suite with terrace and 6 in[n]Athens suites.

“The result is bright, warm and unique. Our hospitality is still personalized and informal and our breakfast menu remains one of the favorites in Athens,” Konstantinou added.

in[n]Athens, considered an an urban 'destination' right in the center of Athens, is known for its popular atrium.

in[n]Athens, considered an urban ‘destination’ right in the center of Athens, is known for its popular atrium.

in[n]Athens is located near Syntagma Square, where Filellinon avenue meets Georgiou Souri street and is situated across from the monumental Russian-Greek Orthodox Church.

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Nikos is Greek-American born in New York, USA, and has lived in Greece for over 30 years. He is the managing editor of Greece's leading monthly travel and tourism guide, the Greek Travel Pages (GTP) since June 2008 and of news site GTP Headlines since its launch in September 2012. Nikos has also served as international press officer for the City of Athens and for the mayor. He has a degree in Mass Media and Communications, specializing in Journalism. Nikos is a native English speaker and speaks Greek fluently.

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