Electra Palace Thessaloniki
"Majestic: This Word Is Not An Overstatement When It Comes To The Electra Palace Hotel"
Welcome To Electra Palace Thessaloniki
Majestic: this word is not an overstatement when it comes to the Electra Palace hotel in Thessaloniki. Built in one of the most impressive city squares of Greece, Aristotelous Sq., facing the endless sea of the Thermaikos Gulf, its architecture at once imposing and noble, it is one of the city’s architectural gems.
Inside the hotel’s byzantine-inspired exterior, hides a neoclassical heart: wood paneling, marble inlay and wooden floors, plush carpets, cabriole and chesterfield sofas, ornate furniture, luxurious details, generous amenities and, of course, breathtaking views: on a clear day one can easily see as far as mount Olympus across the gulf. Beneath the Electra Palace Thessaloniki’s windows and balconies, lies the lively center of a vibrant city: Aristotelous Square. In between city square and mighty mountain, the expansive horizon, the endless blue of the sea.
Rooms & Amenities
Classic Guest Rooms
Elegant and cozy, the classic guest rooms at the Electra Palace Thessaloniki are equipped with everything you might need for a comfortable stay while in the city: featuring internal views, some with balconies, they all have laptop sized safes, free Wi-Fi connection, bathrooms with bathtubs, central heating-cooling system and much more.
Comfortable and well equipped, the premium rooms in our Thessaloniki hotel feature views of the Thessaloniki city center’s vibrant streets. Some also with balconies, they include all the amenities necessary for an enjoyable stay, including armchairs, Wi-Fi internet access and laptop safes, whether you are in town for business or for a longer or shorter vacation.
Featuring views of the Aristotelous Square and the Thermaikos Gulf, these are some of the few rooms in Thessaloniki that will allow you to enjoy uninterrupted vistas to the vibrant square and beyond. Classic and stylish, decorated in warm, earthy tones, they are equipped with all the modern amenities necessary for an unforgettable stay at the Electra Palace Thessaloniki hotel.
Executive City View Rooms
Featuring panoramic views of the city, the executive city view rooms at our Thessaloniki hotel, spacious and well-furnished, are waiting to host your Electra Palace experience. Classically decorated, equipped with comfortable armchairs and a coffee table, they all have their own private balcony with beautiful views to the city, making them the ideal room choice for laid back vacation or a quality business trip.
Executive Sea View Rooms
On the 6th floor of the Electra Palace Thessaloniki hotel, these rooms feature breathtaking vistas of the Aristotelous Square and the Thermaikos Gulf. Spacious and comfortable, they all have sizable private balconies with terrace furniture for you to serenely enjoy the city’s best view, as well everything you may need to have a superb stay in style.
With amazing views of the Aristotelous Square and the Thermaikos Gulf, the four, 40 sq.m., one -bedroom suites in our Thessaloniki hotel offer a stylish, luxurious accommodation option in the heart of the city. Featuring a separate living room that closes off with a door, some also have private balconies, for you to better enjoy the expansive views out of your window.
The two 45 sq.m., superior one-bedroom suites at our Thessaloniki hotel have large private balconies with terrace furniture, overlooking the Aristotelous Square and the endless sea. Artfully decorated with classical furnishings and exclusive fabrics, they are equipped with everything you might need for a luxurious stay here, including a whirlpool bathtub.
Situated on the top floor, the two executive suites in our Thessaloniki hotel, spacious and airy, have breathtaking views of the Thermaikos Gulf and the Aristotelous Square from their windows and private terraces. These 65sq.m. one-bedroom suites feature antique, handmade furniture and classical décor, and have sumptuous amenities such as a whirlpool bathtub and a separate living room complete with a dining table and chairs, thus creating the luxurious environment you deserve to enjoy while staying with us.
Points of Interest
Rich in history, culture and beauty, Thessaloniki is one of those destinations that once you visit, you will keep returning to. Fascinating museums, endless monuments from all historical periods, an intricate culinary scene, a vibrant nightlife and an amazing promenade along the sea all make this city easy to fall in love with. And the Electra Palace Thessaloniki is in the center of them all! To the northwest of the hotel, a few blocks away, the famous Ladadika neighborhood, in all their 19th century restored glory, is brimming with taverns, restaurants, bars and live music venues.
The Jewish museum is there too – Thessaloniki had a large Jewish community from the 15th century onwards, up until the Second World War. To the northwest lies the main shopping district of the city center. Designer shops and main street brands can be found here, along with posh department stores and unique boutiques. Following the sea front promenade, conveniently passing just below Aristotelous Square, towards the southeast, you can easily get to the Lefkos Pirgos, the White Tower, Thessaloniki’s hallmark: part of the city’s fortification in byzantine and ottoman times, it is now a museum and a vantage point from which to enjoy the views.
Around Aristotelous Square a series of monuments testify to the city’s continuous history since its founding in 315 BC: the Kamara (Arch) of Galerius, built during roman times, the Rotunda, a 4th century building converted to a church, the Agia Sofia, an 8th century byzantine church and dozens of neo-classical, art nouveau and art deco public and private buildings - among which the famous Modiano market, the city’s original produce market – are all just a couple of blocks from Electra Palace. Further away, there is more to see and do: the Archeological and the Byzantine Museums, the Thessaloniki Concert Hall, the Walls of the Ano Polis, the Museum of Contemporary Art… it seems that the old adage “so much to do, so little time” was coined for Thessaloniki – this is why everybody keeps coming back!