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The stylish and sophisticated Woo Suites are centrally located in the heart of Athens on the tree-filled Metropolis Square, facing the city’s recently restored Cathedral on one side and the Acropolis rock and Plaka district on the other. The guests of Woo Suites choose to stay in one of the Suites because of the spaciousness and comfort they offer, the proximity to most of the sought-after cultural spots, and the vibrant food and bar scene in downtown Athens.
The hotel’s staff can assist with all your needs during your stay, from the necessary airport or port transfer to restaurant reservations and last-minute or unexpected requirements. Only recently opened, the Athens Woo Suites strive to capture the essence of a comfortable stay in the heart of Athens with a focus on genuine hospitality and informative service.
The suites’ have cleverly appointed living areas bathed in Athenian light through the expansive windows with views of the Acropolis, the Athenian Metropolis, and the square’s plane trees. The bedrooms also enjoy sunlight as they are arranged to face the atrium with its unique artwork inspired by the Acropolis rock.
The seven spacious Metropolis and Acropolis Suites face either the expansive cathedral square with its tall plane trees and peaceful cafes and restaurants or the Acropolis rock and Plaka district. The suites are characterized by the large windows that allow the sunlight to bathe the living area with its extra-large sofa and cozy reading armchair. The wide window seat is ideal for taking in the sun and gazing down upon the commotion on the square below.
The Metropolis Suites are 68sqm. The separate bedroom with its king-size bed and ensuite bathroom with shower is also bathed in light seeping through the atrium’s windows.
These 55sqm suites offer king-size beds with top mattresses, a choice of pillows, and high-quality linen and can accommodate up to 3 guests.
The Acropolis Suites are 48sqm.The extra-large king-size bed offers unique views both day and night. The bathroom is bathed in light from the atrium’s window but also ensures privacy.
For more information, please see the Guidebook