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More Hotels in Athens to Meet Growing Tourist Demand

More hotels are opening up in Athens to meet the increasing tourist demand on the back of a growing number of direct flights to the Greek capital this year.

Brown Hotels Invites Athens’ Residents, Visitors to Omonoia Christmas Market

Brown Hotels is inviting residents and visitors in Athens to experience the holiday season at the Omonoia Christmas Market and enjoy lots of shopping, music, dance and cheer.

Omonoia Christmas Market Opens in Athens!

From Saturday, December 17, and for the next weeks Omonoia, one of the most famous square's in Athens city center, will be home to a special Christmas market.

Newel Hospitality Collection Opens Hotel in Metaxourgeio, Athens

The Newel, a Greek hospitality brand that owns and operates aparthotels in the Greek capital, has opened its new property in the Metaxourgeio neighborhood in Athens.

Athens Hotels Sponsor ‘Omonoia Christmas Market’

The Greek capital’s Omonoia Square will transform into a festive commercial and entertainment hub, sponsored by the area’s hotels and other businesses, for the holiday season.

Athens’ Central Omonia Square to Undergo Restoration

Athens' central Omonia Square is set to undergo restoration work, as part of the municipality’s efforts to improve living conditions in the Greek capital.

Athens to Light Christmas Tree, Host 220 Festive Events

The holiday season in Athens will officially begin with the lighting of the Christmas tree at Syntagma Square on Tuesday, December 12.

New Upscale City Hotels to Welcome Athens Visitors in 2016

Visitors to Athens will have an even wider choice of exclusive accommodation as a number of city hotels are set to open their doors in the Greek capital in the coming year.

New Hotels to Open in the Heart of Athens

Syntagma and Omonia squares in central Athens will welcome two new grande hotels in 2016.

New Signs Make Athens Walking Experience Easier

City activist group atenistas are placing signs throughout the historic center of Athens in efforts to make walking the Greek capital easier for residents and travelers.