If you'd like to spend your trip to Thessaloniki in an economical way, select a hotel among 19 budget-friendly deals, such as Amalia or Anessis. Rentrooms Thessaloniki is a charming choice that offers affordable rates at 56US$ per night and a convenient location near High School Pizza Bar.
- Price: low to high
- Price: high to low
- Guest rating: high to low
- Popularity: high to low
- Pricefrom low to highfrom high to low
- Popularityfrom high to low
- Guest ratingfrom high to low
The hotel has
- EUR 10 per day
The hotel has
- 24-hour reception
The hostel has
- Electric kettle
- Cookware/ Kitchen utensils
- Shared kitchen
The hostel has
- Flat-screen TV
FAQs about hotels in Thessaloniki
We hope that the answers to these questions will help you plan your trip
What are the best Thessaloniki hotels near Thessaloniki airport?
There are more than 1533 reviews of our customers for 11 options close to Thessaloniki airport. Iris Hotel rated 7.8/10 with prices from 55US$ per night is the most popular option featuring shuttle service, cribs and a sundeck. This hotel is set 1.1 miles from the airport. To see more airport hotels click here.
What are the top places in Thessaloniki city center?
There are 4 hotels and other accommodations in Thessaloniki city center to choose from. The Mavili Urban Stay rated 8.6/10 is the best hotel with head massage, back massages and foot massage, located 10 minutes' walk from the city center. To see more central hotels click here.
What are the greatest places to stay in Paralia Thessalonikis district, Thessaloniki?
One of the best hotels is Queen Olga Hotel with rating 7.6/10. Offering 24-hour room service, a business center and wake up calls on site, this property is a 15-minute walk from Museum of Byzantine Culture. To see more hotels in this area go here.
What are the most popular cheap hotels in Thessaloniki?
There are more than 10 top budget properties in Thessaloniki. Anessis rated 7.2/10 is great for your budget stay in Thessaloniki. This property has 24-hour room service, concierge service and cribs. Another recommended hotel is Rotonda Hotel rated 7.4/10 for 56US$ per night. It also offers computers and a work desk. Other budget options are Vergina Hotel, White Luxury and Rex. To see more cheap hotels go here.
What are the best 5-star hotels in Thessaloniki?
Booked.net recommends you more than 21 5-star options to stay in Thessaloniki. One of the best is Grand Hotel Palace with rating 7.4/10 from 22US$ per night, offering 24-hour room service, free shuttle service and head massage. Other favorite 5-star places are Mediterranean Palace, Electra Palace and S Hotel Boutique. See more 5-star options here.
What are the most popular boutique hotels in Thessaloniki?
For customers searching for a modern hotel in Thessaloniki, Booked.net has more than 17 boutique options. Offering shuttle service, laundry service and 24-hour front desk assistance, Daios Luxury Living rated 8.8/10 is a modern Thessaloniki hotel with prices from 64US$ per night. It is located 1.1 miles from Church of Panagia Chalkeon. Domotel Olympia with rating 8.0/10 is a stylish accommodation with a conference center, a catering service and a business center for 77US$ per night. Bahar Boutique Hotel rated 7.8/10: a 4-star hotel with shuttle service, concierge service and cribs on site. To see more boutique hotels click here.
What are the best romantic hotels in Thessaloniki?
According to Booked.net travel data, there are 3 deals for couples. Check Life rated 6.2/10 with a pool, a swimming pool and restaurant. It’s set 2.6 miles from Polis Convention Centre and costs about 52US$ per night. Go here to check more romantic accommodations.
Which hotels in Thessaloniki are good for families?
According to 12101 customers' reviews, there are 46 family deals to consider. Vergina Hotel (rating: 7.2/10) featuring medical service, concierge service and cribs is the top option at the cost of 50US$ per night. It’s set in Vardaris area and a 10-minute walk from Jewish Museum of Thessaloniki. You also can book Aegeon Hotel (rating: 7.2/10) for about 52US$ per night. This kid-friendly property offers concierge service, room services and dry cleaning service on site. To see more family accommodations click here.
What are the best accommodations with easy access to White Tower of Thessaloniki?
You can stay at Bahar Boutique Hotel rated 7.8/10, a 4-star hotel, set a 15-minute walk from White Tower of Thessaloniki. It offers shuttle service, concierge service and cribs on site. You may also book Plaza Hotel with a rating 7.8/10 for about 68US$ per night. It's set 0.9 miles from the attraction and offers dry cleaning service, laundry and housekeeping. For more deals go here.
What are the top places to stay in Thessaloniki with outdoor pools?
According to 3057 reviews, there are 12 hotels featuring outdoor pools in Thessaloniki. Consider booking Lazart Hotel, Trademark Collection By Wyndham with rating 8.2/10. Offering Turkish steam bath, a seasonal outdoor pool and a spa lounge, this property also provides a gym area, fitness classes and a fitness center on site and is set a 30-minute walk from Bezesteni Market. You may also like Electra Palace rated 8.0/10. This property will cost you 177US$ per night. Other top properties are Hyatt Regency, Heaven Hotel Airport and Philippion.
What are the best pet-friendly hotels in Thessaloniki?
According to Booked.net travel data, there are 32 options that allow pets. You may like Anatolia Hotel rated 8.4/10 with laundry service, dry cleaning and car service. This 4-star hotel set Vardaris district and costs 84US$ per night. Alternatively, check Hotel Panorama (rating: 8.0/10) with medical service, shuttle service and concierge service. This 4-star accommodation costs 87US$ per night. Other suitable options are The Met Hotel, City Hotel and Vergina Hotel. See more pet-friendly hotels here.
Which hotels are the best ones to stay at in Thessaloniki?
For instance, check The Met Hotel rated 8.6/10 featuring full body massage, free shuttle bus service and a seasonal outdoor pool, as well as free shuttle service, a hairdresser and a laundry room on site. It's located in Thessaloniki Port district and costs about 132US$ per night. As an alternative, check Porto Palace Hotel rated 8.0/10 with medical service, free shuttle service and head massage on site.
What are the best luxury hotels in Thessaloniki?
Alternatively, you may book S Hotel Boutique with free shuttle service, 24-hour front desk assistance and shuttle bus service on site. It costs 68US$ per night.
What are the best spa hotels in Thessaloniki?
We recommend Mediterranean Palace (rating: 7.8/10) for 156US$ per night. It's located a 20-minute walk from Agias Sofias Square and provides foot massage, concierge service and a treatment room. Alternatively, check Grand Hotel Palace (rating: 7.4/10) offering 24-hour room service, free shuttle service and head massage, as well as a gym area, an indoor swimming pool and fitness classes.
What are the best breakfast hotels in Thessaloniki?
For instance, book Hyatt Regency rated 8.4/10 for 185US$ per night. It provides pilates classes, a gym area and aerobics classes, along with Turkish steam bath, a spa lounge and a steam room. Alternatively, book Antigon Urban Chic Hotel - Leading Hotels Of The World rated 8.2/10, which features laundry, shuttle service and babysitting service, as well as concierge service, cribs and a business center.
How much does it cost to stay in a hotel in Thessaloniki?
According to Booked.net travel data, the average prices for Thessaloniki properties are:
A 3-star hotel room costs about 56US$ per night. Check Rotonda Hotel (rating: 7.4/10).
A 4-star hotel room costs 75US$ per night. You may like Capsis Hotel, which offers 24-hour front desk assistance and bike loans. A really special hotel can be found for 22US$ per night. We recommend Grand Hotel Palace (rating: 7.4/10) with 24-hour room service, free shuttle service and head massage.
How much is a hotel in Thessaloniki for tonight?
According to Booked.net travel data, the average prices for tonight in Thessaloniki are: Capsis Hotel (rating: 7.6/10) may cost you about 22US$ per night.
What's the best hotel for a beach vacation in Thessaloniki?
To make your stay comfortable, there are 14 options to consider. You may like Grand Hotel Palace rated 7.4/10 with prices from 22US$ per night. It provides 24-hour room service, free shuttle service and head massage, as well as laundry service, dry cleaning service and shuttle service on site. Alternatively, book Hotel El Greco (rating: 8.0/10) for 56US$ per night. It features a hairdresser, shuttle service and 24-hour front desk.
What are the best resorts in Thessaloniki?
To stay at the top Thessaloniki resort, check 3 properties on Booked.net. Alternatively, check City Gate Hotel Airport rated 8.2/10, a nice option providing a picnic area, free shuttle bus service and a business center, as well as 24 hour front desk assistance, airport transfer and shuttle service on site.
What are the best hotels close to Arch of Galerius?
On Booked.net you will find 38 great accommodations close to Arch of Galerius in Thessaloniki. For instance, book Mediterranean Palace (rating: 7.8/10) for 35US$ per night. It's set 10 minutes' walk from the city center and features laundry facilities, late check-out service and dry cleaning on site. Also, you may like Andromeda Hotel rated 7.8/10 with concierge service, a steam room and laundry facilities. It costs 89US$ per night. Other cool options include Astoria, Minerva Premier Hotel and Blue Bottle Boutique Hotel.
Where to stay in Thessaloniki?
Best cheap hotels in Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki airports & Subway stations
To stay near Thessaloniki airport, think of booking a room at Life or Iris Hotel. Rotonda, is a modern hotel just a 5-minute walk from Thessaloniki Central train station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
The 3-star Colors Thessaloniki Living is a 10-minute walk from the center of Thessaloniki. Blue Bottle Hotel is a well-known 3-star property situated in the very heart of the downtown. If you look into Vardaris district, you will find Capsis Hotel Thessaloniki, the 4-star hotel near Thessaloniki Museum of Cinema.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Thessaloniki
Luxury hotels in Thessaloniki close to Metropolitan Cathedral of St. Gregory Palamas include The Met Hotel and Orestias Kastorias. If you appreciate nature, you can try Holiday Inn Thessaloniki, a boutique hotel next to parks and a harbor. The 5-star Excelsior Hotel is an option for those who prefer reliable service.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
R.E.M. House is a budget apartment with a free parking lot and complimentary private parking. If you're looking for a homey place to stay, consider Laura Deluxe Apartment B&B apartment, situated beside Heptapyrgio. If you're staying in Thessaloniki on business, Ilios and Atlantis are the best options. Anatolia is a cozy resort hotel in Thessaloniki for travelers who are looking for facilities like free self-parking, a sauna and a Jacuzzi.
City Guide: Discover the best of Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki is a city of cultural happenings.
The second largest city in Greece, it is named The Jewel of North for its charm and explosive energy. From the café-lined waterfront with the White Tower dominating the cityscape to the looming Byzantine walls in the Upper Town, Thessaloniki is ready for you to experience.
Booked.net can place you in any Thessaloniki hotel. From cheap offers to luxury all listed with maps, photos and secure forms at Booked.net. Check them out by price or location at our website.
Thessaloniki is a city of especial significance on the Balkan peninsula. The gateway to the eastern markets, it became a commercial, political, and cultural center of the Byzantine empire. This shaped Thessaloniki into magnet for invasions with the Romans, Normans, Slavs, Bulgarians, Franks and Turks and Venetians all coming to capture the city. The city’s inhabitants were naturally reluctant to the foreign presence, even though their influence is still present within the city. Ancient ruins serve as reflection of the Greek, Roman, Byzantine origins.
Throughout its history Thessaloniki was a point of turbulence suffering from an earthquake in 620 then in 1978 another quake left Thessaloniki again in ruins. The severe fire of 1917 burned the city to the ground. The 20th century once more placed Thessaloniki at the epicenter of global tensions when more then 50,000 Jewish residents were sent to Auschwitz and immediately gassed.
Today the 363,987-strong population is exclusively Greek in origin even though foreign commercial interest to the area is high. A major crossing for south-eastern Europe, it sustains itself through steel, oil and liquor exchanges. While the western part of the city is heavily industrialized, the east end of the city is home to business. With Touba and Kalamaria areas revitalized after the fire of 1917, the city retains its old town feel. Beautiful Genti-Koule Castle and nearby Acropolis decorate the cobbled streetscape, while old-fashioned taverns are scattered throughout.
Other attractions include;
- Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki, the best of this kind museum of Greece.
-Museum of Byzantine Culture presents the Byzantine history, art and culture
The Ahiropiitos, a Christian basilica built in 5BC
Ossios David or the Latomos Monastery houses a mosaic of Christ on a rainbow
Agia Sofia, an example of Byzantine architecture with the name refers to the church of Istanbul
Being full of churches and monasteries, the city outstrips major destinations by the quantity of architecture in the Upper town. More than 3000 years of history is concentrated within the city walls that makes it the oldest town in Europe. The King Kassander of Macedonia established the city in honor of his wife, the sister of Alexander the Great. The following centuries breathed life in Thessaloniki, so today it is a modern city with European face, but retaining the old days in its heart.
You should experience both old and new in Thessaloniki with Booked.net.