Athens - Center

A century-old building in central Athens transformed into a boutique hotel

Asomaton ( = without a body ) has been three years in the making. The building was made from wood and stone in the early 1900, initially to function as a carriage wheel repair shop. It went on to become an elegant townhouse but has been abandoned for the last 20 years; in 2017 we commenced works in close collaboration with the Greek Ministry of Culture transforming this listed building into a unique Boutique Hotel.

Historical essence blends with a contemporary outlook; the building’s original stone has been carefully refinished, and an indoor swimming pool was created; it is located very close to the Acropolis with amazing views from the terrace while New York based Greek artist Philip Tsiaras hosts his pop-artworks onsite.





A wide selection of rooms types means you will be able to find the ideal one for you. Our Compact Rooms (Nests) come at more economical prices, our Lofts offer a diverse experience of stay, while our Suites will satisfy those seeking larger rooms.
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