Kolonaki, Athens

Charitos Heights Boutique Apt ΙΙ, Kolonaki

1 __ Bedrooms
2 __ Guests
1 __ Bathrooms


Situated on the 6th floor of a building at Charitos street, in the heart of the famous and prestigious Kolonaki area, with superb views! This unique 47 sq.m. one-bedroom apartment is suitable for a couple travelling to Athens any time of the year either for business or pleasure! Its prime location in Kolonaki centre you will find all the happenings at your doorstep.

The apartment was fully renovated in summer 2022 with brand new furniture, appliances, and equipment. A relaxing and quiet veranda overlooking the Acropolis Monument, Lycabetus Hill, Athens City and Ymittos Hill! The Acropolis illuminated at night is making your stay an unforgettable and magical experience.

This beautiful apartment features a comfortable bedroom with a queen-sized bed, a nicely decorated living room area with dining table and a fully equipped modern kitchen.

There is independent central heating with gas and air-conditioning in all areas that will make your stay comfortable in all weather conditions whilst the south breeze is enjoyable.

A stylish desk with a computer screen, wireless keyboard with fast fibre optics Wi-Fi line (100Mbps) will cover all your online business needs.

Kolonaki square, with the most popular brands, boutiques restaurants and bars lie in front of you within 250-350m.

Looking forward to welcoming you in this amazing property to enjoy Athens!


from ____ 160€ / per night
from ____ 160€ / per night


Guests __ 2
Bedrooms __ 1
Beds __ 0 single, 1 double
Bathrooms __ 1
Wi-Fi Internet Access
Laundry washing machine
Clothes dryer
Air conditioning
Hair dryer
Private entrance


Kolonaki, Athens

Charitos Heights Boutique Apt ΙΙ, Kolonaki

Charitos 31, Athens, Greece


Kolonaki is both classic and simple. With a stroll along its streets, you will meet some of the most impressive buildings of the capital with interwar architecture and the rustic apartment buildings of the 1930s. Walking on its busy streets, you can visit the Benaki Museum, the Museum of Cycladic Art, the Byzantine Museum and Gennadius Library. In its alleys, among the blossoming wetlands, if you look up your gaze you will face Acropolis and Lycabetus.