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Porto Palace

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Porto Palace Hotel Overview
The hotel is a 5-minute walk to shopping and entertainment districts, and only 2 km away from the national rail station and Thessaloniki city centre. The residence was built in 1913 and has since been externally renovated, with regard to the existing architectural style and history of the property. It comprises a total of 178 guest rooms and 8 multiple usage halls, which could accommodate up to 2000 persons for conferences and personal events. Wireless Internet access and complimentary car parking are available to guests, and the on-site restaurant provides a good option for those who choose to dine in. Featuring a modern style, the rooms come with all the necessary modern conveniences, such as individually regulated air conditioning and a TV with multiple channels.
The hotel is a 5-minute walk to shopping and entertainment districts, and only 2 km away from the national rail station and Thessaloniki city centre. The residence was built in 1913 and has since been externally renovated, with regard to the existing architectural style and history of the property. It comprises a total of 178 guest rooms and 8 multiple usage halls, which could accommodate up to 2000 persons for conferences and personal events. Wireless Internet access and complimentary car parking are available to guests, and the on-site restaurant provides a good option for those who choose to dine in. Featuring a modern style, the rooms come with all the necessary modern conveniences, such as individually regulated air conditioning and a TV with multiple channels.

Hotel Facilities


24hr Reception

Air Conditioning

Bar

Double Bed

Hair Dryer

Internet Services

Laundry Service

Restaurant

Safety Deposit Boxes

Satellite/Cable TV

TV Room
65,26 Oktovriou Str


Thessaloniki

Greece
2310504504
Please note: Map shows the rough area of the hotel and may not be 100% accurate.
Porto Palace