For over a century, the name Hotel Nikopolis have been
synonymous with exclusiveness and luxury. Hotel Nikopolis
Thessaloniki is the latest 5*deluxe hotel in Greece.
With its unique design and state of art facilities, the hotel offers the
highest level of services to the business traveler as well as for the leisure
Thessaloniki is the second capital in Greece, the gate to the north with
a long history and tradition. Strategically located, with one of the busiest
ports in Greece, is a modern and constantly developing city attracting visitors
both from Greece and abroad.
At the same time, Thessaloniki, is a very beautiful city, full of historical
monuments, and the starting point for excursions to Vergina, Pella and
Chalkidiki, one of the most beautiful resorts in Greece.
With its unique design and state of art facilities the hotel offers to the
business travelers and the leisure visitors as well the highest level of
This visually stunning property consists of a cluster of low - rise buildings
extending over 20,000 m² of exquisitely landscaped gardens with palm trees and
one of the largest swimming pools in Greece, 1700 m².
The Hotel Nikopolis Thessaloniki is representing the new millenium
architectural style. Combining high technology with exquisite luxury, the latest
property redefines corporate business hospitality. From the moment of
arrival in Thessaloniki guests experience an individual level of service.
Thessaloniki constitutes a metropolis of Northern Greece. It is the
capital of Macedonia, one of the most historical cities of Europe and
the second city in population. It is considered a crossroad of culture
and civilization. The commercial activity of the city in combination
with its history, sights and rich spectacles contribute to its
Thessaloniki, a modern megalopolis, has is populated by more than one
million people. The prefecture of Thessaloniki is the most important
administrative part of Central Macedonia.
Thessaloniki was first inhabited in prehistoric years, traces of which
can be found by the Prefecture borders. It was founded in 315 B.C. by
Kassandros, King of Macedonia, who married the sister of Alexander the
Great, Thessaloniki. At the same time, in 148 B.C., Thessaloniki was
the capital of the Roman Province of Macedonia.
From 1.300 A.D. it lived through a Golden Century under a peculiar
autonomy and self-government that demonstrated its strong economy, the
wide artistic and intellectual life, the splendid monuments, the
exceptionally decorated churches and the copper, iron and paper
After the 16th century, the city changed into a cosmopolitan centre.
Sights and Monuments
A tour of Thessaloniki is enough to reveal the abundance of monuments
from different historical periods. The most important is the White
Tower, which is the city’s symbol. Other monuments are below:
- White Tower
- Archeological Museum
- Byzantine Museum
- Ancient Market (Agora)
- Arc of Galerius
- Byzantine Fortress
- St. Demetrius Church
- Agia Sophia Church
- The Old City
- Aristotelous Square
- Modiano Market
- Archeological Area of Vergina
- Archeological Area of Pella
- Monasteries of Agio Oros
is located 8 km. From the city
centre, 20 minutes by car, 3 km from ‘Macedonia’ Airport and 45 minutes
by car from the best beaches of Chalkidiki.
With your arrival at the airport or the railway station, you can use
taxi or bus for your transport to our hotel. There is also the
possibility of transport from the airport to the hotel with the hotel
shuttle upon request. Moreover, car rental services with a driver are
available upon request.
|Distance to:||Name||Km or meters|
|City or Village||Thessaloniki Co-Capital City||8 km|
|Transportation||Bus Stop/Station||500 m|
|Transportation||Taxi Station||500 m|
|Transportation||Train Station||15 km|