(Vocus/PRWEB) April 19, 2011
Dhr.com ('Discount Hotel Reservations') is known by travel consumers all over the world for listening to their wants and addressing there needs.Dhr.com displays discounts on budget, luxury, business and airport hotels in the world's most popular destinations. This is why, starting from today, the online travel agency has cut the prices of hotels in Athens, one of the rare cities that can claim to be a paradise for all.
Known as the birthplace of western civilization and democracy, Athen's glorious history dates back to antiquity. Thanks to ancient architecture such as the world famous Acropolis and Parthenon, this history continues to be a palpable part of the Athens-experience to this day, making it an ideal destination for history buffs and families. And yet, at approx. 3,400 years old, Athens has the distinct honor of being one of the world's oldest cities while also feeling like one of its youngest. Its warm climate and legendary nightlife attract young people all year round, keeping the city up to date with the latest trends and fashions.
Therefore Dhr.com offers visitors to its site the opportunity to be both ahead of the summer rush and make significant savings on discount hotels in Athens, as well as on luxury accommodation. For holiday-goers on a budget seeking discount Athens hotels, the Lonis Hotel is conveniently located a short distance from Omonia square and its metro station, placing you minutes away from the top tourist attractions. Plaka Hotel Athens offers the Acropolis, Parliament, the Cathedral of Athens and the shopping areas of Plaka and Ermou Street all on your door step, with amenities such as digital safe, Wi-Fi internet and more in your room. For customers looking for luxury, King George Palace and Hilton Athens are known as one of the well-known Athens hotels, are perfectly located between business and commercial districts, and has been home to kings, princes and presidents.
In this manner for more details about these and many more Athens hotels, visit http://www.Dhr.com/cities/athens.htm.
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