The city center a breath of our hotels


Our hotels lie in the most ideal location in Thessaloniki, downtown. You can meet and see everything up close on foot. The city center extends from the exhibition center and universities till the train station. Most of the city’s attractions are located there. Aristotelous Square stands somewhere in the middle with four major highways crossing it (Nikis Avenue, Tsimiski and Egnatia and Agios Dimitrios). Nea Paralia and the Lefkos Pyrgos (White Tower) are located between downtown and the sea.

Above the center lays the Upper City (Ano Poli), an enchanting mosaic of history and tradition. A jumble of stone and greenery. A cool loft where, from on high, you can sneak peek across the rest of the city and the Thermaic Gulf, drinking ouzo in the yard of a tavern. Whether on foot or by cultural bus line, go down the road on the east side fortification, to find on your right the house where Kemal Ataturk was born and which constitutes the Turkish consulate of the city today.

Passing the west side of Panepistimioupoli, you can end up in another major attraction of the city, Rotunda, a circular building that was destined for a mausoleum of Galerius, but was converted into a church and today it operates as a museum.


You can tour around the storefronts of Tsimiski and Mitropoleos

It would not be an exaggeration to mention that Thessaloniki is one of the most modern shopping centers in the region with a number of shops, shopping centers and other stores that meet the requirements of the most demanding consumers.

You can tour around the storefronts of Tsimiski, Mitropoleos and get a first hand taste of the quality and variety that distinguishes the businesses of these regions.