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AEOLIS SUITES  Ancient Athens at your window!
AEOLIS SUITES Ancient Athens at your window!

(0.1 km from Hadrian's Library)

Superb 3 reviews
360 Degrees
360 Degrees

12 Monastiraki Square (0.1 km from Hadrian's Library)

Right on Monastiraki Square just steps from Monastiraki Flea Market 360 Degrees features a roof bar- restaurant with panoramic views of the city and the Acropolis.

Superb 1097 reviews
The Zillers Boutique Hotel
The Zillers Boutique Hotel

54 Mitropoleos (0.1 km from Hadrian's Library)

The Zillers Boutique Hotel is located in Athens 656 feet from Adrianou Street and 984 feet from Roman Agora. The hotel has a bar and a restaurant as well as a sun terrace and unobstructed views of the Acropolis. Free WiFi is available throughout.

Superb 512 reviews
Azelia Suites - Acropolis View
Azelia Suites - Acropolis View

82 Mitropoleos (0.1 km from Hadrian's Library)

Azelia Suites - Acropolis View features accommodations in the center of Athens a few steps from Monastiraki Square and a 1-minute walk from Monastiraki Train Station.There's a private entrance at the apartment for the convenience of those who stay.

Very good 191 reviews
NS PLACE Modern Apartment Acropolis view
NS PLACE Modern Apartment Acropolis view

Mitropoleos 82 (0.1 km from Hadrian's Library)

Just a few steps from Monastiraki Square and a 2-minute walk from Monastiraki Train Station NS PLACE Modern Apartment Acropolis view features accommodations in Athens with a fitness center.

Superb 178 reviews

Mitropoleos 82 (0.1 km from Hadrian's Library)

Located within short walking distance from Monastiraki Metro Station Nsplace offers fully equipped and tastefully decorated accommodations with steam bath and views over the Acropolis.acilities feature a fitness center and free WiFi in all areas.

Superb 643 reviews
Adrian Hotel
Adrian Hotel

74 Adrianou Street (0.1 km from Hadrian's Library)

Located right under the Acropolis hill Adrian Hotel is ideally located near all major Athens attractions. Rooms are elegantly decorated and feature private balconies. The rooftop terrace overlooks the Parthenon.

Very good 2616 reviews
24K Athena Suites
24K Athena Suites

Pandrossou 24 (0.1 km from Hadrian's Library)

Ideally located in the Plaka area 24K Athena Suites promises a relaxing and wonderful visit. The property offers a wide range of amenities and perks to ensure you have a great time.

Superb 29 reviews

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About Hotels in Hadrian's Library!

Hadrian's Library in Athens is a magnificent testament to the extraordinary cultural and architectural achievements of the Ancient Greeks. Built around 132 AD by Roman Emperor Hadrian, it was once one of the most important libraries in the world. The library was part of a larger complex known as the Athenaeum which included a gymnasium, lecture halls, and a colonnaded courtyard. It contained over 200,000 scrolls on history, philosophy, medicine, law and literature from all corners of the civilized world.

The library was an impressive sight for its time: it had three stories with columns in Doric style and contained windows that let in light to illuminate its interior. Most importantly, it had huge bookshelves filled with books – each shelf containing more than 2000 scrolls! Its contents were extensive – covering everything from Greek classics such as Aristotle to works by Homer and Sophocles, to books on science and mathematics written by Euclid and Archimedes.

The library proved instrumental in preserving knowledge over generations - acting as a repository for ancient manuscripts that would otherwise have been lost forever. In modern times its legacy has been remembered through various replicas around Greece and Europe including the original design of Hadrian's Library at Athens University which served as inspiration for modern-day libraries across Europe. Even today scholars still visit this site to take in its beauty and explore its contents; thus ensuring that we don't forget Hadrian’s contribution to our cultural heritage.