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Capsis Hotel Thessaloniki has 407 guestrooms and suites, thus offering a wide range of accommodation options, as well as various styles of décor. Business, Elegance, Classic, Executive rooms, as well as Junior, Business and Executive suites comprise the list of accommodation options available to our guests. The hotel also features rooms specially designed for people with special need, based on international standards.Capsis Hotel Thessaloniki has 407 guestrooms and suites, thus offering a wide range of accommodation options, as well as various styles of décor. Business, Elegance, Classic, Executive rooms, as well as Junior, Business and Executive suites comprise the list of accommodation options available to our guests. The hotel also features rooms specially designed for people with special need, based on international standards.

Check-in time: 14:00

Check-out time: 12:00

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Unique moments of relaxation and enjoyment!

Capsis Hotel Thessaloniki offers to his friends three excellent choices for tonics breaks during the day, relaxation and a unique pleasure with high quality creations and impeccable service.

Café Capsis Bar & Restaurant in the main Lobby, Byzantium Restaurant on the mezzanine floor and The Roof Top Piscina at the Roof Garden of the hotel.

Thoughtful creations of our chef combined with impeccable service make our dinning areas a very good proposal for both hotel guests and external visitors.

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Affordable luxury for every taste!

Never before has comfort and quality been so accessible to everyone. The reservations & events departments are always willing to offer suggestions and solutions customized to the needs of every visitor that wishes to organize a holiday, a business trip, a social or business event.

Do not hesitate to contact us!

Tel. +302310596800


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You can also view our current offers on our Online Booking Engine

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Permanent and periodic Art exhibitions are hosted in the largest city hotel in Northern Greece.  The hotel’s public areas and floor corridors are decorated with various types of art crafts of local and foreign, professional and amateur artists.

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A modern city hotel has to provide those services that facilitate the stay of visitors and meet their needs. The Capsis Hotel Thessaloniki offers satisfied clients comprehensive services any time of stay.

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Our long experience in the hosting of various types of events, the convenient location of our hotels in Heraklion and Thessaloniki, our well trained and skilled staff, our modern equipment and the focus we place on the slightest detail have made Capsis Hotels one of the best solutions when it comes to organizing any kind of Event.

We perceive the organizing of an event as a personal matter, regardless whether it is for personal, business, athletic, artistic or social purposes. We are here to help you organize the event of your dreams, to offer solutions, to provide advise if needed, to solve potential problems and to make sure that every last detail has been adequately addressed.

To this end, do not hesitate to contact the Hotel’s Event Department at or via telephone +302310596800. Alternatively you can complete the form provided and we will make sure to come back to you as soon as possible.

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The most important city in Northern Greece awaits you to know her better. Discover large and small aspects of culture and art through the fascinating museums, the imposing temples and unique archaeological sites, wander to the beautiful beaches and the green mountains of the region and live an impressive experience that only Thessaloniki can offer. Whether you are traveling for the first time, or you're a regular visitor, make this journey an amazing life experience.

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Capsis Hotel Thessaloniki

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t's Cosmopolitan atmosphere, affordable luxury, modern and sophisticated facilities, four-star services and amenities as well as a business-oriented character are all features of the biggest city hotel in Northern Greece, bearing the top quality mark of Capsis Hotel chain.

Recently renovated, Capsis Hotel Thessaloniki is the ideal destination for a truly unforgettable stay in the very heart of Thessaloniki city.  Its key position makes it a perfect choice for anyone visiting Thessaloniki, either on leisure or for business purposes. The spacious conference facilities, all supplied with the latest technical equipment are one of the best options for conducting conventions and organizing business events in the city.

The Biggest City Hotel in Northern Greece

Τhe Hotel Features:

407 modern guestrooms and luxurious suites, as well as specially designed rooms for visitors with special needs and abilities, 18 modern and fully equipped, multipurpose venues, guarded underground parking area, fitness center with 2 saunas and a massage parlor, Roof garden with swimming pool (the famous Roof Top Piscina) operating during summer months, restaurant and Cafe Capsis.

Capsis Hotel Thessaloniki provides superior hospitality services and is the suitable base for discovering a 2.500 year old historical and cultural heritage, as well as for experiencing the city’s famous nightlife, under the spotlight of attention.

Capsis hotels are landmarks in the cities of Heraklion and Thessaloniki with historicity that creates knowledge and experience in hospitality.


Culture - Sights

A journey into culture

Thessaloniki is considered the cultural hub of Greece. There are many monuments and sights of interest, which reflect the town’s long history and cultural heritage. 

Some of the most representative sights and points of interest of Thessaloniki are:

White Tower: The city’s landmark dominates in the waterfront. It was part of the city’s walls and was built in the 15th century by the Ottomans. Today it houses an exhibition that presents aspects of Thessaloniki’s history from the city’s foundation in 316/15 B.C. and up to this day.

The 15 Paleochristian and Byzantine Monuments inscribed on the World Heritage List of UNESCO: Namely these are The City Walls (4th/5th centuries), The Rotonda of Saint George (4th century), The Church of the Acheiropoietos (5th century), Latomou Monastery (6th century), The Church of Saint Demetrios (7th century), The Church of Hagia Sophia (8th century), The Church of Panagia Chalkeon (11th century), The Church of Saint Catherine (13th century), The Church of Saint Panteleimon (14th century), The Church of the Holy Apostles (14th century), The Church of Saint Nicholas Orphanos (14th century), The Church of the Saviour (14th century), Vlatades Monastery (14th century), The Church of Prophet Elijah (14th century), Byzantine Baths (14th century).

The Arch of Galerius or Kamara: The most distinctive Roman structure of Thessaloniki was build in the 4th century to commemorate the victory of the Roman Emperor Galerius against the Persians.

Thessaloniki Concert Hall: It is located in the waterfront and hosts various events, such as theater, concerts, cultural and art exhibitions etc.

Nea Paralia (waterfront): One of the favorite destinations for Thessalonians and tourists. The city’s waterfront is 3.5 klm long, has 12 thematic parks and the magnificent statue of Alexander the Great riding his horse Voukefalas.

Thessaloniki Science Center & Technology Museum (NOESIS):A Planetarium, a Cosmotheater, a motion Simulator are some of the facilities. The center also hosts the Museum of Technology and various permanent and periodical exhibitions.

Seaside Locations

Aside from the beautiful area of Halkidiki with its breathtaking beaches, there are many beautiful beaches much closer to the city of Thessaloniki:

Stavros Thessaloniki: One of the most popular tourist resorts of Thessaloniki, which is characterized by natural beauty, crystal clear waters and numerous options for lovers of adventure and water sports.

Nea Michaniona: Near the city, lies New Michaniona, an area famous for the crystal clear waters and the excellent sea food.

Perea: Located two kilometers outside Thessaloniki, is the long sandy beach of Perea, which is mainly known for its amazing fish restaurants.

Olympiada: Two beautiful beaches with golden sand and crystal clear waters.

Epanomi: The highlight of this beach are the remains of a ship that sank more than 40 years ago. There are also tennis and volleyball courts in the area.

The city

Thessaloniki is the second biggest city in Greece and the capital of the Region of Central Macedonia.

It is said that the city was founded in 316/15 BC by Cassander, King of Macedonia, who named the city after his wife and, Thessaloniki. Thessaloniki was the daughter of Philip II of Macedon and sister of Alexander the Great.

During the Roman Period, the city of Thessaloniki became the capital of one of the four Roman regions of Macedonia and was ruled by a Roman Praetor. Tradition has it that Apostle Paul preached Christianity in the area during his second missionary tour. During the Byzantine era Thessaloniki was considered the second most important city after Constantinople, due to its strategic position (its Port is the gateway to the Balkan Peninsula).

After the fall of the Ottoman Empire and during the First Balkan War in 1912, Thessaloniki became part of the newly born official Greek State. In 1917, the largest part of the city was destroyed by what is known today as the Big Fire of Thessaloniki.

The massive population exchange that followed the Asia Minor disaster changed the face of the city completely. Refuges from Smyrna, the Coast of Asia Minor, the Black Sea and Pontus  Minor arrived in Thessaloniki, which doubled in size.

A black page in the city’s history is the extermination of the largest portion of the Jewish Population during the Nazi Occupation (1941-1944). Up to the second World War Thessaloniki had one of the largest and most thriving Jewish Communities in Greece.


There are more than 30 Museums and Galleries in Thessaloniki the most important of which are:


Archaeological Museum
(6, Man. Andronikou Str.)
The history of Ancient Macedonia is presented through magnificent artifacts, dating from the pre-historic era to late antiquity.
The Archaeological museum is one of the biggest museums is one of the biggest museums in
the country and the most important of Thessaloniki as it hosts the unique treasures of Vergina,
including the gold urn. In its big renovated hall, known as hall P, one can visit the exhibition
“The Gold of the Macedonians”, which has been enriched with new, unknown gold findings
which equal in brilliance those found in the royal tombs of Vergina. Gold and gilt findings
that date back to the period between the 6 th and 2 nd century B.C. and that were excavated from
the cemeteries of Macedonia are presented in the central part of the exhibition, whereas their
role in burial customs is also analysed.

Museum of Byzantine Culture
(2, Leof. Stratou)
A large collection of artworks dating between the 2nd and 20th century AC reveals aspects of the
Byzantine and the post-Byzantine culture from the city of Thessaloniki and the Region of Macedonia in general.
The museum of Byzantine Culture is housed in a modern building, which spreads over a total
area of 11.500 m 2 . In 2005, the Council of Europe nominated in European Museum of the
Year. The permanent exhibition of the Museum presents various aspects of Byzantine art and
culture, as well as of the period after the fall of the Byzantine Empire in 1453 to the Ottoman
Turks. More than 2.900 objects, wall paintings, mosaics, icons, marble architectural members,
valuable ecclesiastic utensils, as well as everyday use objects originating from the Northern
Greece area are displayed as witnesses of the culture that created them and the society that
used them.

(68, Vas. Olgas Str.)
The Folk Art and Ethnographic Museum of Macedonia-Thrace was founded in 1970 and is
housed in the old Government House, a building that is representative of the architecture and
eclectic style of the beginning of the 20 th century. Its collections comprise of 15.000 objects of
folk tradition, such as clothes of local communities, hand-woven materials, embroideries,
tools, everyday use utensils, furniture, woodworks, folk musical instruments and figures of
the shadow theatre.

State Museum of Contemporary Art: 
(Moni Lazariston, Warehouse B1-Port)
A dynamically developing museum that promotes modern and contemporary art, through its temporary exhibitions. 
One of the most important collections of the Museum is the Costakis Collection, which consists of 1275 artworks of prominent Russian Avant Garde artists.
The acquisition of the Giorgos Kostakis collection comprising of Russian avant-garde art
works by the Ministry of Culture made the operation of the Museum well-known throughout
the world. The museum at Moni Lazariston hosts works from the permanent collection of
Kostakis, while, since the summer of 2002, an exhibition area at the port has been functioning
parallel to the one at Moni Lazariston.

(International Fair grounds)
The permanent collection of the Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art comprises of
more than 1.500 paintings, sculptures, engravings and photographs by well-known Greek and
Foreign artists, as well as works from the collection of Iola, which were donated by the great

(Warehouse A′, Port)
The permanent collection of the museum comprises of a significant number of photographs
by Greek and foreign photographers which have been either purchased or donated. Every
year, during spring, the Photosynkyria festival takes place with exhibitions that last for
several months.

(6 TH Km.Thessaloniki-Thermi)
The planetarium excites both children and grown-ups with its travels into space, which take
place in a hall that offers visitors the opportunity to view a three-dimensional image of the
motion and evolution of the universe. All the achievements accomplished by science and the
contemporary world can be found in the halls of the Museum of Technology.

(3 rd Septemvriou & Agiou Dimitriou Str.)
The extremely modern building of the museum hosts two large exhibitions; one on Greek and
foreign football comprising of T-shirts of famous football players, balls and cups and another
on track events consisting of flags, trophies, athlete cards and cups won by teams mainly from

(26 th Octovriou Str.)
Of particular interest is an old pumping plant with electricity generators, while extremely
impressive is also the area of the old steam generators, a unique archive consisting of maps
and designs for water supply works of the 19 th and 20 th century, as well as the water park
where pump machinery and water pumps are exhibited.

(23, Prox. Koromila Str.)
Among the most significant exhibits are the weapons uniforms and personal items belonging
to the leader’s of the Macedonian struggle (1904-1908), as well as a collection of 1300
photographs from that period. In the basement of the building one can see life-size dioramas
representing scenes of the struggle and on the ground floor there is an audiovisual system on
the Modern History of Macedonia.

(3 rd Soma Stratou)
Its permanent collections present all the important events of Modern Greek History, from the
Balkan Wars (1912-1913) to the liberation of the country (1944). At the core of the exhibits
are photographs of the time, uniforms of the armed forces, weapons and war spoils, stone
engravings, replicas of artillery and ships, letter-cards, works of art, maps indicating the
position of fortifications and rich archive material.

Gallery of the Society for Macedonian Studies: The developments in modern since 1850 can be viewed through the 300 paintings, sculptures and engravings that comprise the Gallery’s permanent collection.

Museum of Ancient, Greek, Byzantine Instruments: More than 200 musical instruments used in Greece from the Bronze Age to the early 20th century are exhibited in the Museum. The Museum is located in the historic district Ladadika of Thessaloniki.

Jewish Museum of Thessaloniki
(13, Agiou Mina Str.)
Aspects of the daily, financial and religious life of the pre-World War II Jewish community of Thessaloniki is
presented through various relics, books written in the Hebrew language, photographs and documents.
The Jewish Museum was founded for the purposes of honouring the rich and creative
Sephardic heritage of the city, as the Jewish community developed it after the 15 th century. It
hosts printing, cartography and medical science tools, as well as exhibits from the everyday,
religious and commercial life of the community and, naturally, unique documents on the
Holocaust. Of great value are also the archives of the library, which includes rare editions
from the 16 th and 17 th century.

(Port, A′ Warehouse)
At the halls of the Museum of Cinema, one can see various film cameras and projectors,
developing equipment for films, a rich collection of Greek and foreign films and
documentaries. Also, transparencies, photographs, posters and promotional material for films,
books, cinema magazines and newspapers, while of particular interest are the giant handmade
posters and the music library which includes soundtracks on CD’s and LP’s.

(12-14, Katouni Str.)
The museum is housed in a renovated building belonging to the Bank of Piraeus. Its
collection comprises of more than 200 replicas of musical instruments dating from the period
from 2800 B.C. to the beginning of the 20 th century. At the same time, it also hosts 82
authentic musical instruments in a special showcase, alongside with the pictorial evidence of
their existence.

For additional information visit Thessaloniki’s Official Site

Lobby Lounge

Various artists from event "JOIN ART WORLD GALLERY" 08-30/01/2014, ZERVAS ART GALLERY. Arts from Varlami Euthimiou (Theme: "Alexander").

Reception Lounge

Capsis Hotel Thessaloniki has an ongoing cooperation with Gallery Myro, one of the most famous galleries in Northern Greece. In the hotel’s main Lobby Gallery Myro organizes periodic exhibitions of well-known local or international artists.

Greek Cinema

Pictures of some of the most known Old Greek Movies decorate the hotel’s 3rd Floor. They are part of Mrs. Lena Capsis personal collection.

Ancient Greek Statues

On the 7th floor you will find photos from various statues of ancient Greece, on canvas from the personal collection of Lena Capsis.

Urban Act

Capsis Hotel Thessaloniki pioneers once again welcomes Street art. A large Graffiti image, created the team of URBANACT decorates the hotel’s façade.

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