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Niche; [nis]

noun

  1. A place or position suitable or appropriate for a person: “I found my niche”
  2. An ornamental recess in a wall, usually semicircular in plan and arched, as for a statue or other decorative object.
  3. A distinct segment of a market.

Welcome to Niche Hotel Athens!

The boutique 4 star hotel in the heart of Athens and redefines the meaning of the Athenian hospitality.

After all, “niche” means comfort, rejuvenation, feeling secure, serene and relaxed with ideal backdrop, one of the most important landmarks of Ancient times, perfectly preserved until today, the Acropolis of Athens.

The Acropolis Museum, one the most awarded and recognized museums worldwide is on a stone’s throw from niche hotel Athens, just 3 minutes on foot.

Enjoy your luxurious stay in a room or suite, the design of which was created to embrace the contemporary element with Greek heritage.

Recycled materials were mainly used in the reconstruction of the hotel building.

For example, the characteristic, idiotypic pattern with marble rhombs that adorns the bathrooms and the vintage, marble staircase of the building. These parts are made of Dionysos collectible marbles.

Sleep at niche hotel Athens is a whole new experience due to the premium Coco-Mat mattresses made from natural raw materials.

These high-quality bed systems provide support to every part of the body after a full day explring & walking around Monastiraki and Plaka.

Waking up at niche hotel Athens after a goodnight sleep, is followed by a nutritious Greek Breakfast on the rooftop, while gazing the Acropolis.

Choose amongst 33 rooms & 4 suites and… have a niche stay!

Τhe Valerian Wall

In the third century AD, due to the coming Scythian raid, a new city wall, the so-called Valerian Wall, was erected under Emperor Valerius (Caesar Publius Licinius Valerianus Augustus 193 or 200-260 or 264 AD), possibly on the same line as the Classical Themistoclean Wall. The Valerian Wall was extended to the east to include also the area of the city, which had been developed since the years of Emperor Hadrianus (Publius Aelius Traianus Hadrianus).

However, the fortification of the city of Athens, by Valerius and his son Gallienus (Publius Licinius Egnatius Gallienus, 218-268 AD), did not ensure the effective protection of the Athenians and was unable to restrain the short but painful raid of the Herules, in 267 AD, who destroyed this great fortification.

33 rooms and 4 suites, inspired by the ancient aesthetics that characterize the hotel’s location, promise to offer you the ideal accommodation in the heart of Athens.

Located on the highest floor of niche hotel Athens with views to the Acropolis and Lycabettus hill. 

Strategically located, Niche Hotel Athens is a few steps away from the most well-known landmarks of the Athenian history, on Syngrou Avenue. It is one of the most developing avenues in Athens, but it still exudes the old glory of the Greek capital.