Furnished studio on the ground floor can accommodate up to four adults.
The main space has a double and a single bed. A second bed comes in a draw under the first single bed. Big Balcony.
Studio for four people in the upper town (Old City) – Ano Poli.
The studio is furnished with a double bed and one single bed.
A second single bed is in a draw under the first bed.
(Also closet, table, kitchen with fridge and oven, Free Internet wifi, hair drier,Tv, washing machine-extra payment ).
This part of the city is build with traditional type of buildings.
The neighborhood is very quiet, and you can find everything you need:
Mini Market, Restaurant, Taverns.
Bus stop in 10m (bus No23)
Five minutes’ walk to the center.
Near University of Thessaloniki (10 minutes walk)
Near Erasmus schools.
You can walk in the old Town , see the view of the town and visit small taverns.
There is free WiFi .
In our area, the parking is free in the public areas.
Reservation is not possible.
Usually you can easily find a parking spot if you come before 4.00-5.00 pm.
After that time, it gets more difficult because people come back from their work. But if you look around you will find one.
If you want to go to the center of the town it is better not to use the car, because the parking there is not permitted unless you go to a parking place (10 euro or more depending the duration)
So, for the center the best option is to go walking, using some maps we provide you, and come back with a taxi (3,5 euro) or by bus No23 (1 euro per person).
The guests have privacy.
Check out : 10.30 a.m.
Νο smoking into the rooms
Quiet hours : 2.30 p.m. -5.00 p.m. and 11.00 p.m. - 8.00 a.m.
Boiler .Switch the heater located inside the electrical panel box with the label Θ.
Grocery and restaurant. The nearest grocery store is coming from property 30m on right Musson 43.(SMILE MARKET)
The nearest tavern-Restaurant 100m left on the Acropoleos 22.(KONAKI )
Pets :Not allowed.
• If you visit Greece, then apart from the Greek islands you should definitely head up to the north and visit Thessaloniki! This city it is beautiful, youthful, very lively but above all it is uber cool!
• Here are the best things to do to experience the best out of it:
• Visit the symbol of the city, White Tower and enter the renewed museum inside until you reach on top of the tower for an extraordinary panoramic view of the city.
• Catch the touristic bus that leaves every hour under White Tower, it costs only 2 euros and you will discover the main parts of the city in the most relaxing way.
• Walk and walk along the port. Feel the breeze and the enchantment of Thermaikos Gulf. For fuller taste and perspective of the gulf take the boat and do the 30-minute tour. It may seem touristic but it is a wonderful opportunity to see Thessaloniki from afar. Best time at sunset.
• The city is partying a lot. But Ladadika area is the party area. Taverns, bars and clubs do not close until very early. In the morning.
• For food definitely go to the taverns at Bit Bazaar. It is packed during weekends so either book a table or go on weekdays.
• Best trigono in town is in Elenidis. Ask for it.
• Best gigantic souvlaki in town is Solomonidis at Aristotelous square. Ask for extra yoghurt sauce.
• Best (fair trade) coffee in town is found in TOMS flagship store in Tsimiski street. Drink and shop and search for events. There is always something happening there.
• The new place to be is Bord de l'eau at Egnatia 45. Hidden inside an arcade you will only meet artistic people there.
• You will find Terkenlis shop almost in every corner of the city. It is amazing and has delicious sweets and food. However, find Ble and go there for breakfast as they have heavenly sweets and their own blend of coffee.
• For local flavours of ice-cream like tzatziki, tsoureki, frappe etc. then head to Gounari street and visit famous Pagoseto ice-cream parlour. You will remember it for a long time.
• If you want to eat where students eat then the ebst place is Bit Pazar. Located behind vintage shops over Egnatia street, it is one of the best hidden gems of the city. You will eat good (nothing extremely nice though) and very very cheap. So if you don't care about the quality and you want to be at the students' core area then definitely this is for you.
• If you are a movies lover (but not commercial ones) then plan your visit on early November, when International Film Festival takes place. It is an amazing time of the year since weather is still warm plus you will enjoy the city in a festival mood with special events and screening around the center.
• Within five minutes’ walk you will find Byzantine churches and museums, and a walk in the city walls will indemnify you with great views.
• The nearest bus stop is a few meters.
• The church of Agios Dimitrios is a 10-minute walk, and Aristoteles Square is 15 minutes away.
• The Rotunda and Arch of Galerios within walking distance, while the beach will reward you.
• Thessaloniki International Fair which hosts every year Hotelia reports, Philoxenia, Infacoma, Detrop, Artozyma, Kosmima, Freskon is 10 minutes away.
• Do not miss the Square Athonos and Navarino Square with Palace Galerius.
• For shopping, do not miss Tsimiski Street and Agia Sophia Street.
• Macedonia International Airport is a 20-minute drive. Large hospitals and clinics (Papageorgiou, Balkan, Saint Luke, etc.) is accessible from the ring road at 15 minutes’ drive.
• The pilgrimage of St. Paisiοs in Souroti is 35 minutes by car.