City centre, City view, 1 bedroom, 56m², Bath & Separate shower
Myrto Adam – Rooster Thessaloniki Apartments Manager
- english, french, greek, y... un poquito de español.
Check-in: 12:00 pm
Check-out: 11:00 am
Early check-in or late check-out is offered based on availability on request and subject to occupancy level.
Please respect the quiet hours: Summer period (April 1 – September 30): 15:00-17:30 and 23:00-07:00; Winter period (October 1 – March 31): 15:30-17:30
100% refund if cancelled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Stylish, quiet and super comfortable city apartment
We had a fantastic stay at the Rooster apartment in Thessaloniki. Myrto communicated well and the apartment is everything the listing shows it to be. It’s in an amazing central city location, so close to all the major attractions but is a quiet respite from the business when you want to be away from the hustle and bustle.
We’d highly recommend this place for a comfortable stay in northern Greece. Andrew, New Zealand
The most important attractions are only some steps away. Check it and you will realise that you are in the heart of the city! – Waterfront 240m, Tsimiski str 50m, Church of Aghia Sofia 200m, Museum of Contemporary Art 400m, White Tower 450m, Aristotelous Sq 500m, Ancient Agora 650m, Rotunda & Kamara 700m, Archaeological Museum 800m, Atatürk Museum 1km, Jewish Museum 850m, Kapani & Modiano Open Markets 850m, Ladadika district 1km, Louloudadika (open flower-market) 800m, ... ///
Welcome toThessaloniki which –at about one million inhabitants– is the second largest city in Greece. More importantly, is a city with a continuous 3,000-year history, preserving relics of its Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman past and of its formerly dominant Jewish population. Its Byzantine churches, in particular, are included in UNESCO’s World Heritage list.
The city’s central part, corresponds to the region that used to be inside the Byzantine walls and can be divided in the “Ano Poli” (Upper City) region and the part of the city located between the Upper City and the sea. The last one is the “heart” of Thessaloniki, as most commercial, entertainment and educational facilities can be found here, while remains a dense populated residential area. The majority of places with tourist interest are either in the centre or very close to it. Most roads are either parallel or perpendicular to the coastline. A simple rule that helps the visitor is that if the a street goes downhill, then following it will lead you to the sea. ///
THESSALONIKI is the second-largest city in Greece and the heart of entertainment. It is also regarded as the cultural capital of the country. Special events, shows and exhibits fill every minute of every day, explaining why the city is ranked as a world-class destination.
From festivals, events and live music, to museum exhibits, theatrical performances and mind-blowing tours, you might have trouble finding time to sleep while you’re here. So, whether it’s your first time or you’re a coming back visitor, you’ll need to check out the City’s calendar in rooster gr website.
In our website you'll also find useful infos, interactive maps with more than 800 points of interest: museums, old churches, hospitals, consulates, theatres, cinemas, etc. City calendar with all events, trade-shows and festivals, Climate conditions, Currency converters, ....
For rooster lovers there is a special section with marvellous origami (paper-fold) roosters, an art gallery and a video gallery. If you are curious in how the Greek “κικιρίκου” (ki-ki-rí-kou) is said in other languages, there is also a list with all rooster dialects around the world!