The Luxury Nine Apartments is located at an advantageous spot that enables you to travel anywhere in the city and provides easy access to our apartments from the Athens airport and the ports of Piraeus and Rafina.
In close proximity to The Nine Luxury Apartments (800 m) is the Syngrou Fix metro station (Line 2) that takes you to the Acropolis and the picturesque quarters in Plaka – both one stop away – as well as to Syntagma and Kolonaki where you will find high end commercial streets for shopping.
How to reach The Nine Luxury Apartments
By metro from the Athens International Airport “El. Venizelos”
Upon landing at the Athens airport follow the signs taking you to the metro station. Get your ticket (10 euros/one way) and take Line 3 (Blue Line) to Agia Marina. As soon as you reach Syntagma, you will need to change to Line 2 (Red Line) to Elliniko. Your stop is Syngrou Fix, and the Nine Apartments are just a short walk from the metro station (800 m). The metro ride takes about an hour and service runs daily from 06:00 a.m. to 23:30 p.m.
By taxi from the Athens International Airport “El. Venizelos”
The taxi ride from the airport to the hotel takes about 45 minutes and costs about 50 euro. There is additional charge between 23:30 p.m. to 05:30 a.m. If you would like to have your transfer arranged from/to the airport, kindly contact us and let us know.
By bus from the Athens International Airport “El. Venizelos”
There is 24-hour bus service (X95) to Syntagma square, Athens, from the airport every 20 minutes. When you reach Syntagma, you need to take Line 2 (Red Line) of the metro to Elliniko. Get off at Syngrou Fix station and you will find the hotel at a distance of 800 m. from the station. Alternatively, you may get a taxi from Syntagma square to the hotel. The cost is about 8 euro and varies depending on the traffic and time of the day. There is additional charge between 23:30 p.m. to 05:30 a.m.
By car from the Athens International Airport “El. Venizelos”
From the airport follow the signs to Attica Highway (Attiki Odos) and head towards Elefsina. Take exit 8 that leads to the National Highway with direction Piraeus. Try to drive at the two left lanes, as towards the end of the Natinal Highway you have to take the exit to Poseidonos Avenue with direction to Glyfada / Athens. After driving for about 2 km on Poseidonos Av. turn left to at the intersection with direction to Athens. Drive for about 3-4 km on Syngrou Av. and you will find the apartments on your right hand at Kallirrois and 1 Alexanrou Pantou Str.
FROM PORT OF PIRAEUS
By metro (Line 1) from Piraeus Port
You can reach the apartments from Piraeus by taking Line 1 of the metro (Green Line). At Omonoia station you will have to change lines and embark on Line 2 (Red Line) with direction to Elliniko. Get off at Syngrou Fix station and you will find the hotel at a distance of 800 m. from the station. The ride from Piraeus station to the apartments takes about 50 minutes.
By taxi from Piraeus Port
The drive to the apartments from the port of Piraeus takes about 20 minutes and costs up to 25-30 euro. There is additional charge between 23:30 p.m. to 05:30 a.m. If you would like to have your transfer arranged from/to the port of Piraeus, kindly contact us and let us know.
FROM PORT OF RAFINA
By bus and metro (Line 1) from Rafina Port
An intercity bus service runs from Rafina port to the centre of Athens (Pedion Areos -Mavromataion street) daily from 08:00 a.m. to 20:00 p.m. Tickets cost 2.60 euro. From Mavromataion street where the bus leaves you, walk down to Heiden street leading to the metro station on Victoria square. Take Line 1 (Green Line) of the metro with direction to Piraeus and get off at Omonoia station to change to Line 2 (Red Line) with direction to Elliniko. Get off at Syngrou Fix station and you will find the hotel at a distance of 800 m. from the station. For both metro rides you will need a ticket which is valid for 90’ and costs 1.40 euro.
By taxi from Rafina Port
The taxi ride from the port of Rafina to the apartments takes about an hour and the cost is about 70 euro. There is additional charge between 23:30 p.m. to 05:30 a.m. If you would like to have your transfer arranged from/to the port of Rafina, kindly contact us and let us know.
The most important and magnificent sanctuary of Ancient Athens built on a rock in the center of the city. Its most impressive buildings (Parthenon, Erechteion, Temple of Athena Nike) are still adored as high points of architecture and artistic creation.
NEW ACROPOLIS MUSEUM
With an exhibition space of about 14,000 m2, 10 times more than the Old Acropolis Museum, the work of Bernard Tschumi Architects with Michael Fotiadis houses archaeological finds spanning Archaic, Classic and Roman times.
HERODION ODEON AND THEATER A ROMAN ODEON
Conservatory and theater built by Herodes Atticus in the 2nd century AD. In modern times, the works for its reconstruction have begun during king Otto’s reign (mid 19th century) and were completed in the ‘50s. Since then it houses important artistic events and every summer is the focal point of the annual Festival of Athens, which is one of the most important cultural events in Greece.
The most picturesque neighborhood of Athens, built in the roots of the Sacred Rock of Acropolis. It has many well-preserved old buildings and a plethora of shops, taverns and coffee places.
ANCIENT AGORA (Ancient Market)
A site northwest of Acropolis that was the administrative, political, economic, philosophical, social and educational center of Ancient Athens since the 6th century BC.
MONASTIRAKI (literary meaning little monastery)
An area that was famous for its flea market and antiquarian shops. Today it is a bustling area with many tourist and high street shops.
A Neoclassical historic monumental building of Athens that was built especially for the first modern Olympic Games in 1896. Today it is used as an exhibition and ceremony space.
One of the most important monuments of modern Athens. A monumental reconstruction of an ancient stadium that was exclusively made of marble (that is why is also called in Greek “Kallimarmaro”, which means: made of beautiful marble). Its reconstruction was a parallel project of the construction of the Zappeion Megaron. Panathinaikon Stadium hosted the first modern Olympic Games in 1896.
A park open to the public covered with 16 acres of flowers and other indigenous flora.
GAZI INDUSTRIAL PARK
A unique complex of preserved industrial buildings that house cultural events organized by the municipality of Athens. The building has lent its name to the neighborhood that surrounds it, which is currently one the hottest spot of night life in Athens.
NATIONAL ARCHEOLOGICAL MUSEUM
The greatest museum of Greece and one of the most important museums of the world with more that 11,000 items in exhibition spanning many millennium, from prehistoric times to late antiquity.
STAVROS NIARCHOS FOUNDATION CULTURAL CENTER
Less than 3 km away from the hotel you will find the new facilities of the National Library of Greece and the Greek National Opera, surrounded by the 210,000 m² Stavros Niarchos Park. (www.snfcc.org)
ONASSIS CULTURAL CENTRE – ATHENS
Right across the street, meet a cultural space which hosts events and actions of all forms of contemporary art, supporting Greek artists and international collaborations.