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Unique house in Athens center Acropolis view
Unique house in Athens center Acropolis view

(0.1 km from Stoa of Attalos)

Pleasant 65 reviews
Theasis Athens
Theasis Athens

Normanou (0.1 km from Stoa of Attalos)

Good 5 reviews
Muse Urban Suites
Muse Urban Suites

26 Ifestou (0.1 km from Stoa of Attalos)

Muse Urban Suites offers accommodations in Athens a 4-minute walk from Roman Agora and 500 yards from Ancient Agora of Athens.

Superb 530 reviews
Beautiful City Suites
Beautiful City Suites

4 Κυνέτου (0.1 km from Stoa of Attalos)

Beautiful City Suites provides rooms with private balconies in the center of Athens. Offering private parking the bed and breakfast is a 2-minute walk from Monastiraki Metro Station.

Very good 573 reviews

41 Ifestou Street Monastiraki (0.2 km from Stoa of Attalos)

Located right in the heart of Athens Suitas is just 98 feet away from the entrance of the Ancient Agora and the Acropolis. Monastiraki Metro Station and Thiseio Train Station are both at 492 feet. Free WiFi is available throughout.

Very good 437 reviews
360 Degrees
360 Degrees

12 Monastiraki Square (0.2 km from Stoa of Attalos)

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
Lotus Center
Lotus Center

95 Ermou (0.2 km from Stoa of Attalos)

Centrally located in Athens yards away from Ermou where an abundance of shops and boutiques can be found Lotus Center offers easy access to lively areas and major touristic attractions of Athens. Free WiFi is available throughout.

Very good 596 reviews
Lotus Inn
Lotus Inn

90 Ermou (0.2 km from Stoa of Attalos)

Lotus Inn offers accommodations in Athens. It features tastefully decorated accommodations with a flat-screen TV and free WiFi. Fitted with parquet floors all rooms and suites of Lotus come with air conditioning and a mini-bar.

Very good 590 reviews

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About Hotels in Stoa of Attalos!

The Stoa of Attalos is a restored stoa located in the ancient Agora of Athens. It was built by and named after King Attalos II of Pergamon, who ruled between 159 BC and 138 BC. The structure served as a commercial, political and social center for the ancient city and was used for various activities such as public meetings, legal proceedings, and other occasions. It is the most complete restoration of an ancient Greek stoa that exists today.

The stoa was built with two stories on a grand scale, measuring approximately 115 feet (35m) long by 40 feet (12m) deep. The main entrance would have been on the east side where there were four Doric columns and one Ionic column serving as a porch. The second story was supported by timber beams at both ends that extended beyond the walls of the colonnade to accommodate balconies.

The walls were made with sandstone blocks and covered in stucco while the roof was constructed using terracotta tiles held in place by wooden structures supported by columns set into the walls at regular intervals along its length. In addition to its use as a commercial and social hub, the Stoa also served as a museum since it had many statues that were dedicated to gods or heroes from Greek mythology set inside its rooms or lining its exterior walls.

Inside the stoa were two large open courtyards called exedras which gave off garden-like vibes through their elaborate use of decorative plants, fountains, and benches made out of marble or stone. There is evidence that suggests these courtyards also had small shrines dedicated to certain gods or goddesses; however due to their state of disrepair they are not visible today.

Today, visitors can walk around the reconstructed stoa admiring its stunning façade featuring fluted columns with Corinthian capitals painted with vivid colors known as "Attic colors" - bright yellow ocher combined with shades of red-orange which bring the building alive in a beautiful way.