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100 (1406 reviews)/
Conveniently located within walking distance from Glyfada Beach and Glyfada Shopping Centre, Sea View offers modern accommodations and spectacular sea views. Eleftherios Venizelos Airport is just a short drive away.
All 71 rooms come with air conditioning, balcony, garden, Wi-Fi, satellite TV, refrigerator, in-room safe, private bathroom, and a desk. A hairdryer and iron/ironing board are available upon request.
Sea View features a 24-hour front desk, laundry facilities, dry cleaning, elevator, a computer station, and one meeting room. Other amenities include free parking, television in common areas, outdoor seasonal pool, garden, and luggage storage. Wi-Fi is available in common areas for a surcharge.
A buffet breakfast is offered each morning for an additional fee. The Sea View onsite hotel restaurant serves traditional Greek dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Room service is available during limited hours.
Nearby attractions include Aqua Sports Park and Glyfada Sea Turtle Rescue Centre.
Das Schiffsmuseum Trokadero Marina bietet drei Ausstellungsstücke, die sich alle im Freien befinden. Ein Nachbau eines attischen Dreiruderers aus dem 5. Jahrhunderts vor Christus ist unter einer Holzabdeckung zu besichtigen. Das Hauptaugenmerk aber liegt auf dem Panzerkreuzer Georgios Averoff mit 140 m Länge und 6 Geschütztürmen sowie dem Zerstörer Velos. Der Panzerkreuzer war im Balkankrieg und zwei Weltkriegen im Einsatz, wohingegen der Zerstörer Velos von 1942 bis 1945 unter dem Kommando der US Navy stand. Beide Schiffe sind zu einem Eintrittspreis zu begehen, wobei bei der Averoff alle Teile des Schiffs für Besucher zugänglich sind.
Agia Fotini Nea Smyrni church was built in 1940 to a design by the Greek architect Lemiris. It stands on the site of an older wooden church that was destroyed by fire. This church was built by the immigrants of Izmir to commemorate their earlier church. Its interior is based on another church in Asia Minor and its bell tower, which was added later was paid for by wealthy locals and the Onassis foundation. Agia Fotini Nea Smyrni church can be easily accessed by the local tram station that takes its name from the church (Nea Smyrni Agia Fotini/Plateia).