Adelos Neoclassical Building 1907 Acropolis View
About this property
Enjoy your holiday in one of the first Athenian mansions, completely restored in the most charming and safest area of unique aesthetics of the place and the lovely view of the Acropolis and everything accessible on foot are reasons to make your stay really relaxing and charming.+ Show more
Enjoy your holiday in one of the first Athenian mansions, completely restored in the most charming and safest area of unique aesthetics of the place and the lovely view of the Acropolis and everything accessible on foot is reasons to make your stay really relaxing and charming. It is a neoclassical house from the beginning of the 20th century located within the archaeological site of the Acropolis! Our main concern is to preserve the unique aesthetics of the space. 24/7 guarded area A detached house just for you! The entrance to the property is directly opposite the 'hamam' store. Grand floor: Two one-bedroom apartments, kitchen, and bathroom each. First floor: One 76 sq.m. apartment with a great Acropolis view from the big veranda. Free parking for 3 Cars!!! More than just parking - The area is guarded by cameras from the outside. Directly opposite the apartment, there is a police watchtower with police staff 24 hours/ 24 hours. Thissio Metro-1 narrow distance Metro Monastiraki - 5 narrow distances Acropolis archeological site in 5 minutes on foot The archaeological site of Kerameikos at a distance of 200 meters Airport-35 minutes from Monastiraki station. The Monastiraki train station is your key to adventure so don't forget where it is. This is where you can take the train to Pireaus to catch the ferry to the Greek islands. You can also get to and from the airport from here. There are two metro lines that intersect here so don't get on the green line if you are going to the airport or the blue line if you are going to Pireaus. Watch your wallets and purses on the metro and in the station and in crowds in general. Getting to the flea market is easy and the best way to get your bearings is to find Monastiraki Square which is a center of activity day and night. If you are coming from Syntagma you will be walking down Metropolitan street, past the Cathedral with the scaffolding holding it together and the square of shiny marble. (There is a small Byzantine church in the shadow of the cathedral that you should take a look at called Agios Eleftherios. Nearly every stone of this little church was taken from an ancient or older church including the stone from Galilee where Jesus changed water into wine. The church used to be called Panagia Gorgoepikofos which means the Virgin Who Grants Requests Quickly and inside is the Icon which they say performs miracles). There are some cafes in the square, where Pandrossou street begins. This section of Pandrossou is the high-end section of Monastiraki. Pandrossou Street will take you right to the square. Overlooking Monastiraki square, and across the street from the metro station is the restored Turkish Mosque, now the traditional ceramics museum. Called the Tzistarakis Mosque, it was named for the Viovode (governor) of Athens who had it built in the mid eighteenth century. The building of this mosque released an ancient curse. Using parts from the ancient buildings of Athens, Tzistarakis went too far when he dynamited one of the last remaining columns of the Temple of Olympian Zeus to complete his mosque. The Athenians believed that each column stood upon a curse, holding it within the earth. The destruction of the column coincided with an outbreak of the plague and the people of Athens blamed him. However ancient monuments according to the law were the property of the Sultan and could not be used without his permission. Tzistarakis was removed from power and they say the temple of Olympian Zeus lamented the loss of it's column so loudly at night that nobody could get any sleep. This finally ended when Tzistarakis was poisoned.
Anytime after 2:00 PM
Before 11:00 AM
Fees and extras
Cleaning: €130 (mandatory)
Security deposit: €300
If you book with Free7 cancellation, you can cancel up to 7 days before your check-in and get a 100% refund.
If you book with SuperFlexible cancellation, you can cancel up to 0 days before your check-in and get a 50% refund.
1 Double bed,
1 Double bed, 1 Single bed (adult), 1 Sofa-bed (single),
1 Double bed, 1 Sofa-bed (single), 1 Single bed (adult),
1 Double bed,
- No advance notice required
- No smoking
- Children welcome
- No access for wheelchairs
- Not allowed parties
- No pets allowed
No smoking No pets No parties or events