Hotel Byron is located on Byron Street, just 150 metres from metro station "Acropolis". Both the street and the hotel are named after the famous poet and philosopher, Lord Byron. Lord Byron lived for a while in the monastery "Capuccino", where the Lysikratous shrine is today, just 50 metres from the hotel. Hotel Byron is one of the finest accommodations in Greece, only 100 metres away from the entrance of the new Acropolis Museum and 150 metres away from the entrance to the Acropolis itself.
Within the immodiate area, one can easily visit: 1. The ancient Athenian market place; 2. The ancient Roman market place; 3. Philopappous hill; 4. The ancient Theatre Herodion; 5. Thisseion; 6. the most ancient theatre of Dionysos; 7. the temple of Zeus; 8. The national gardens; 9. The Arditon hill; 10. Panathinaiko Stadium, where the first modern Olympic Games took place in 1896.
Air conditioning, Central heating
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