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The Y Hotel

The Y Hotel
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The Y Hotel


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North Accommodation 3 stars

The Y Hotel

The Y Hotel is a metropolitan style boutique hotel with 40 rooms. The hotel's motto is "The Y Hotel is You" depicting its key objective: satisfy the guests and make them feel at home.

The Y hotel was born following the total refurbishment of Hotel Katerina in Kefalari.

“Focus on the customer” is the key objective for the staff.

After the renovation, the hotel stands out for its architecture. Modern yet cosy luxury blended with a homely feeling is the main characteristic.

The rooms and the outside space are impressive and definitely worth a visit. The details and decor in the rooms, such as fresh flowers, make all the difference. Breakfast is a must.

Families should know
  • The hotel is not located in the centre but in the north suburbs of Athens. Transport is really good though and convenient if you want to go to the city centre
  • There is no parking at the hotel and parking in the area can be difficult
  • Rent high quality baby and toddler equipment such as baby monitors, bottle & food warmers, bouncing chairs, play gyms, baby baths and travel cots through our partner My Baby in Greece

     

Additional facilities
  • Family rooms connected by an external door
  • Free Wi-Fi in every room

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The Y Hotel

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Other parents say...

  • The family room that we stayed in during Christmas had two separate rooms with two bathrooms – really convenient if you have two kids.

    Lila P.
  • The staff is friendly and service oriented and shows understanding for the fuss created sometimes by children.

    Anna A.
  • A boutique hotel with an amazing breakfast, beautiful decoration. Also, friendly staff who loves kids. What else do you want?

    Maria T.
  • The rooms are nicely decorated and the beds so comfy. We did not want to leave Athens to go for our planned island hopping.

    Nikos V.