Why you should pre-book your Electra Palace Hotel transfer
There are many reasons that make Electra Palace Hotel transfer pre-booking the best option for you.
- Pre-booking your Electra Palace Hotel transfer in an affordable fixed cost with Greek Transfer Services gives you the opportunity to pay less compared to a taxi from Thessaloniki airport.
- We guarantee that your transfer will take place in a calculated and predetermined amount of time without any delays.
- Greek Transfer Services provides you with high-quality services tailoring your transfer experience according to your personal needs and preferences.
Let us welcome you in Greece and Thessaloniki in the best possible way!
About Electra Palace Hotel
Electra Palace Hotel is located in the heart of Thessaloniki city center and more specifically at Aristotelous square, which is the most famous and iconic square of the city. The hotel location is brilliant, since it faces the Thermaikos Gulf and the outcome is a breathtaking view.
Because of its position, guests are able to visit and explore all the important and beautiful places Thessaloniki has to offer, since the majority of them is within walking distance. Some great instances are the White Tower, Ladadika and Olympion cinema where the Thessaloniki International Film Festival takes place every year. Moreover, the shopping district, most of the monuments and museums and the great nightlife of the city is really close to the hotel. In other words, Thessaloniki is a vibrant city and the location of Electra Palace Hotel allows its guests to take advantage of it.
As the hotel itself is concerned, the luxury amenities comprise comfortable and well equipped rooms and suites, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a gym, a spa and a restaurant on the top floor. It is an excellent choice for all the occasions, such as family holidays, business meetings and conferences and romantic getaways. Feel free to leverage the Roof Garden Restaurant on the top floor to experience the mesmerizing view both of Aristotelous square and the Thermaikos Gulf.