This luxurious 75m2 apartment used to be, for 20 years, the main office and conference room with the library of the family business offices (working apparel). The 100-year old ceilings have been partially restored, giving an unparalleled vintage atmosphere. If not available please try other Under the Acropolis apartments in the same building: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/11107198, https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/17135724 and https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/18753757
Classy 1st floor 75m2 apartment, part of a "gem" neoclassical building. With ample space and three separate rooms, right in the centre of Athens, where the Keramikos and Psirri neighbourhoods meet. The apartment overlooks Koumoundourou square, which sometimes is noisy.
The whole of the 3 rooms apt., with kitchenette and bathroom is available for up to 5 persons. For more, it can be combined with "Under the Acropolis: The Saloon" (https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/18753757), which hosts another 3 persons in the same floor.
Interaction with guests
Maria works every morning in the next building and Prokopis lives at the 2nd floor, both ready to assist you with anything you need.
Other things to note
Please note that the building needs extreme care, as it is declared a "museum", by the Greek ministry of Culture.
This is a residence building. Please respect the other tenants privacy and quiet.
Maria has been a businesswoman all her life, creating fashion for professional clothing. She loves archeology, history, literature and philosophy. She enjoys cooking, films, classical music, good company and a lively conversation.
Prokopis, Maria 's son, is a journalist who has studied electronics engineering in Greece and music technology in Stanford University, Ca. His major interests are travelling, music, movies and politics. He has been a radio dj for 30 years.