$105 - $375
|CHEAPEST CITY IN GREECE||Heraklion||37% cheaper||Hotels in Heraklion are the cheapest in Greece at just $105 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN GREECE||Oia||55% more expensive||Oia has the highest priced hotels in Greece with rooms averaging $375 per night|
|MOST POPULAR CITY IN GREECE||Athens||65% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Athens than any other city in Greece|
Those looking for a hotel near Acropolis should expect to pay $241/night for area hotels. Below are the 10 best hotel options in the area. Hotels near Acropolis are typically 38% more expensive than the average hotel in Greece, which is $149.
|Low season||December||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||January||most expensive time to stay|
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$112 - $4,843
|Highest day of week||Saturday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|Cheapest day of week||Tuesday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|$454||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|$308||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
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|Royal Olympic Hotel|
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You should stay at Greece hotels in Athens if you're looking for comfort and easy access to famous attractions in Greece's capital. Athens boasts a fairly extensive network of public transport, including buses, trams, and metro lines. These will help you get around Athens and to other cities while avoiding the congestion on roads. KTEL buses, with a fare of about EUR 4 (USD 3), are the popular means for getting from Athens to other parts of Greece. You can also take a train from Athens to other cities in the central and north of Greece. It is cheaper than buses, and the popular route is from Athens to Thessaloniki. Ferries are also available as a means of transport and are popular for getting to the Greek islands from Athens. Some of the popular hotels in Greece you should consider booking include Grand Hyatt Athens and The Pinnacle Athens.
The famous Greek islands, Rhodes, Myconos, and Santorini, draw tourists to Greece. Santorini's striking caldera, wine-making expertise, and beautiful villages make it a must-visit destination for many tourists. Most sights in Santorini have an entrance fee. Rhodes is one of the largest Dodecanese islands and is famous for its beaches like Kalathos Beach, Kalithea, and Agathos. Head down to Thessaly for breathtaking views of unique rock formations and monasteries at Meteora. Here, you can also enjoy outdoor activities like kayaking, hiking, and rock climbing. Meteora is busiest from April to late October, and you'll need to pay an entrance fee. Hotel Meteora is a cheap hotel in Greece within walking proximity of Meteora. A trip to Greece is not complete until you visit the peninsula of Peloponnese. This region is home to many attractions like Corinth Canal, Olympia, Mystras, Epidaurus, Nafplio, and Monemsavia. Peloponnese also hosts the famous Simos Beach on the paradise island of Elafonisos. Here, you enjoy nautical activities like scuba diving, swimming, and sand bathing. People visit during the summer, and most places require you to pay to enjoy.
If you come alive at night, then the Greek islands should be at the top of your list. The local Greek culture involves an active nightlife, and you'll never be the same once you visit nightclubs in Rhodes, Naxos, and Athens. Naxos is at the center of the Cyclades islands and a popular nightlife city, most active during the summer. You will have a variety of discos, bars, and wine bars with a mixture of foreign and Greek music. Mykonos is another city famous for its nightlife. You will enjoy non-stop fun, from endless beach parties to beach bars and discos. You can also party all night long at famous Kos locations like Tigaki and Kardamena. Before heading out, explore the delicacies of Greece in Crete. Crete, in particular Chania, is famous among food lovers as the ideal location for the best Greek cuisines like chaniotiko boureki, apaki, and raki and wine. Food lovers can stay at cheap hotels in Chania like Hyperion City Hotel.
If you're looking to explore and learn about the history of Greece, the medieval town of Rhodes is the place to start. Rhodes is famous for proving the existence of the Knights of Saint John of Jerusalem on the island. Consider staying in Atlantis City Hotel in Rhodes, conveniently located next to these attractions. History buffs will love the history of the Byzantine Era at the Mystras, a once-powerful city that is now known for its stunning Byzantine churches. Just like many attractions in Greece, there's an entrance fee for visiting these two attractions. However, sometimes people get in for free on Sunday. If you're in Greece during the summer and wish to enjoy performance art, the Ancient Theater of Epidaurus should be at the top of your list. It is one of the popular attractions in the country, with excellent acoustic and lush greenery surrounding the location of the annual Athens-Epidaurus Festival. You’ll want to visit this paid attraction in the early morning to avoid the crowds at midday.
When travelling to Greece it would be best to plan your trip around the month of February, as the prices are significantly lower than in April - just $25 per night.
Our users tend to visit Athens more often than any other city when travelling to Greece.
As a popular tourist destination in Greece, it is no surprise that Oia has the most expensive hotel rooms at $219 per night - 77% more than than the country's average hotel room price.
If you are travelling to Greece on a budget, plan to stay in Athens which boasts the lowest average hotel room cost in the country. Charging about 77% lower than the country’s average, hotel room rates in Athens are typically around $15 per night.
Agios Gordios, Agios Gordios, Greece
Hotel Grande Bretagne, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Athens
1 Vasileos Georgiou A' Str., Athens, Greece
Karterados, Karterados, Greece
Ancient Thera Studios
Γεωργίου Βιζυηνού 3, Asgourou, Greece
Folies Corfu Town Hotel Apartments
Alepou, Corfu Town, Corfu, Greece
16 Karagiorgi Servias Street, Athens, Greece
Lato Boutique Hotel
15 Epimenidou Street, Heraklion, Greece
Chania, Chania, Greece
Star Beach Village And Water Park
Themistokleous 5, Hersonissos, Greece
Poseidonion Grand Hotel
Dapia, Spétses, Greece
Iakinthos, Tsilivi Beach
Tsilivi, 2, Zakynthos, Greece
Rose Hotel Faliraki
Faliraki, Rhodes, Greece
Perissa, Perissa, Greece
Exo Gialos, Exo Gialos, Greece
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