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Here we fling ourselves on a large low bed to take in the easy-on-the-eye cream walls, blonde pine floors and ceilings, and wall-to-wall windows.Night falls as this Mrs Smith lathers up with those herbally Korres goodies under a needle-sharp shower, and Mr Smith sips a fillip of gin from the minibar.Orange satisfies midnight-feasters, doling out dishes until 1am.The Air Lounge provides drinks until 2am, but will often keep serving for as long as you’re still standing.From the neon pink Perspex front desk to the bright white balconied bedrooms, this boutique hotel in the hectic heart of downtown Athens encapsulates modern minimalism, but it’s the sweeping cityscape views from the Fresh Hotel rooftop bar that truly set it apart.Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR102.60), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate. The rooftop bar and pool area is the feather in Fresh’s crisp white cap.I join him for an aperitif on our ribbon strip of a pebble-strewn balcony to admire the postcard-perfect Acropolis view.Down in the hotel’s candlelit restaurant, Magenta, we get another dose the city’s most famous monument.
The nearest airport is El Venizelos, a 40-minute drive (30km) from the hotel.You can jump on the metro to Monastiraki and you’ll be an eight-minute walk away after a few stops on the same line. From Patras to the west, it’ll take two hours on the E65.Fresh Hotel’s closest metro, Omonia, is two stops on the red line from Athens Central (Larissa). You’d be hard pushed to find more history per square inch than on the area on top of the outcrop that forms the Acropolis.Glitzy sunnies for poolside posing; dark shades for the morning after.Cots can be provided free and the hotel can arrange a babysitter if necessary.
The pool is permanently manned by a lifeguard, and the restaurant can provide high chairs, packed lunches, heated milk and a children’s menu.