Scale Suites is just 500 meters from Alimos Beach and 1.5 km. from Alimos Marina.
Staying at Scale Suites, which is only 10 km. away from the Center of Athens you have countless options, you can take a walk in the Center of Athens, visit the Temple of Olympian Zeus, take a walk in the National Garden, see the Zapeio Palace, visit the Acropolis Museum, see the Acropolis and the Parthenon Temple up close and then, walk through the alleys of Plaka and Monastiraki where you will find countless options for food and entertainment.
Alimos is a charming coastal city situated in the southern suburbs of Athens. It is known for its large sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and delicious seafood. Visitors can spend their days relaxing at the beach, swimming in the clear waters of the Saronic bay or enjoying a leisurely walk at the promenade. The city offers a variety of water sports such as windsurfing, kitesurfing and paddleboarding.
Apart from its beautiful beaches Alimos hosts many historical and cultural sights like the ancient theatre of Alimos and the Alimos Marina, one of the biggest marinas in the world. Visitors can go on a day-trip to the nearby island of Salamina where they can visit the ancient city of Salamina.
For those who enjoy shopping sprees, Alimos offers a variety of options from high-end boutiques to traditional markets where one can find souvenirs and local produce. The city has many restaurants, cafeterias and bars where you can try the local cuisine and enjoy the nightlife.
Our hotel is ideally situated in the heart of Alimos providing easy access to all these activities and many more making it the ideal starting point to explore the city and the surrounding area.
Athens is a city full of history and culture and makes for an ideal destination for visitors who wish to explore ancient monuments, museums and historical sights. From our hotel, Scale Suites in Alimos, guests can easily access some of the most important Athenian sights such as:
- The Acropolis: The Acropolis is one of the must-see sights for all visitors of Athens. The Acropolis houses some of the most iconic ancient Greek monuments like the Parthenon, Erechteion and Propylaea.
- The National Archaeological Museum: This museum is characterised as one of the most important archaeological museums in the world. It houses an extensive collection of ancient Greek objects and works of art.
- The Ancient Agora of Athens: The centre of the political, commercial and social life of ancient Athens was the ancient Agora. Visitors can explore the ruins, including the Temple of Hephaestus, the Stoa of Attalos and the museum of the ancient Agora.
- The flea market in Monastiraki: It constitutes one of the most popular makrets of Athens where visitors can find everything they are looking for from traditional Greek souvenirs to vintage clothes, antique furniture and much more.
- Plaka: Plaka is the oldest district of Athens and is well-known for its narrow side streets, traditional tavernas and souvenir stores. Visitors can take a walk around the district and explore the numerous small stores and restaurants.
- The Argosaronic islands: Visitors can reach the close by islands of the Saronic like Aegina, Poros and Angistri by boat from the port of Piraeus and port of Palaio Faliro. These islands are popular for their beaches, traditional villages and top quality seafood.
- The Olympic Stadium: The Olympic Stadium also known as the Panathenaic Stadium, is the only stadium in the world that has been constructed solely by marble and it hosted the first modern Olympic Games in 1896.
This is merely a taste of what a visitor can do, there are more places to discover in Athens and the surrounding areas, such as Cape Sounio, Poseidon’s Temple, Marathon and many more.