The Palladian Home: A Unique Hospitality Experience in Athens

The hotel, housed in a lovingly restored 19th century building, offers guests the chance to immerse themselves in Athens' heritage.


Named after Athena Pallas, the mythical protectress of Athens, Palladian Home offers a unique hospitality experience in the heart of Plaka, the most picturesque and historic district of the Greek capital.

Conveniently located within walking distance of all the city’s major archaeological sites, as well as the shopping and entertainment hotspots of Syntagma, Monastiraki and Kolonaki, Palladian Home is housed in a neoclassical building dating from 1830 that has been painstakingly restored to timeless perfection.

Classical decor elements have been combined with modern amenities of the highest standard in all of the hotel’s 13 sun-drenched rooms (1 quadruple, 9 doubles, 1 single and 2 suites) with mesmerizing views of the Acropolis and the surrounding area.

An ideal accommodation option for both leisure and business travelers, Palladian Home takes pride in its gracious hospitality and in the personalized service provided by its friendly staff.


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