Stay 3 or more consecutive nights and save 10%.
Make this festive season to remember with a fantastic festive break at Herodion hotel.
Experience an unforgettable stay with your loved one at Herodion hotel, ideally located at the slopes of Acropolis in the most romantic area of Athens.
Special Museum Package with free tickets for the New Acropolis museum and Lalaounis Jewelry museum
Enjoy a 10% discount for one dinner at our "Atrium Greek Bistrot" or at "PoiNT a" rooftop bar and restaurant (depending seasonality) where our chefs Manolis Mavrigiannakis and Marios Pirpiridis will take you to a culinary journey through modern creations and traditional flavors.
*During winter/spring (from November up to mid May) dinner is served at "Atrium Greek Bistrot"
With its unique character reflected in little gestures and grand artworks, Herodion is designed to please all the senses, all at once.
A pure representative of the post-war style of architecture, the clarity and functionality of the original design, and the ’60s character of the Herodion come through in its minimalist, yet warm design elements.
Reflecting our belief that tourism is inextricably linked to culture, the Herodion’s corridors and halls showcase works of contemporary Greek artists, providing guests not just with an opportunity to plunge into the Greek creative scene but also to feast on a visual abundance of paintings, sculptures and photography exhibits of renowned artists. Christina Sarantopoulou’s stunning metal sculpture ‘Fingerprints’, which greets you at the entrance of the hotel, sets the tone for what to expect in the hotel. Modelled on the imprints of Herodion’s family members, the sculpture not only conveys the sense of personal touch but also the unique identity of each individual guest who walks in to the hotel. Also in Herodion’s lobby, Nota Tsitora’s female metal figure “Clotho”, one of the three ‘fates’ that determines human destinies, creates a different visual narrative. Myrto Vratsanou’s gentle, shimmering turtles perched on the rooftop, lend the Herodion a serene, almost Zen character.