At the foot of Lycabettus Hill in Athens you will find the Zoia luxury lifestyle suites, an aparthotel featuring an epic roof top with unlimited views over Athens.
Zoia The Hill is part of a larger group, Zoia, that has invested in myriad properties in the center of Athens. Safe to say, they know what they are doing, and they know a good thing when they see it.
The building is in the Neapoli-Kolonali district. Kolonaki has long been known as the trendy area: think chic boutiques, swanky cafes, hip art galleries and the stylish crowd. This upscale neighbourhood has since bled into its flanking counterparts. Walk around Neapoli and you will find the fresher versions of Kolonaki’s coolest places. These enterprises are refreshingly honest and boast artistic, culinary and cultural innovation. Zoia The Hill, slots right in as the newest incarnation of the Zoia Group and a new, welcoming aparthotel that offers more than its rivals in Kolonaki.
Formerly set up for long-term rentals, all of the apartments are replete with the all of the amenities you might need in order to be totally comfortable. Dishwasher, laundry machine, AC, high-tech lighting and accessibility, a gym (replete with ping pong table, no less) and an incredible view extending over Athens, there is little to fault by way of set-up. The bedrooms are generous in size, with art works dotted about to give the apartments character. To make the apartments cosier for shorter stays, a sprinkling of hospitality awaits you; from the toiletry bottles of various APIVITA treatments, to the overflowing welcome basket: this is Greek hospitality at it’s best.
‘Rooftopia’ awaits you, offering an unparalleled sunset over this ancient City. With a bottle of wine and a game of tavli, this is THE best experience of an evening in Athens that you can have. However, if the outside tempts you, check out X bar, around the corner, that hosts impromptu music nights – and the owner might even share a Tsipro with you. Or two.
For the best of all worlds, Zoia The Hill is THE place to stay in Athens.