A place to stay for members, academics, teachers and students

The Institute’s hostel is a self-contained, comfortable flat on the corner of Promachou and Parthenonos Streets in the inner Athens suburb of Makriyianni.

Hostel common area
Hostel common area
The Athens hostel library
Hostel bedroom
Hostel Kitchen
Hostel kitchen
View of the Parthenon from the AAIA Hostel balcony

Hostel location

Promachou 2 (4th Floor),
Athens 117 42,

The Hostel phone number for incoming calls to guests is: +30 210 923 6225

Email: aaia@otenet.gr

Hostel Facilities

  • Lounge room
  • Archaeological library
  • Free wifi for residents
  • Free coffee and tea
  • Complimentary use of printer and computer
  • Study area
  • Full size kitchen
  • Secure bedrooms
  • Air conditioning in all bedrooms
  • Washing machine
  • Free local telephone calls

Hostel Information

Reservations and Information

Please note that accommodation in the hostel is in demand and limited. If your itinerary changes the institute may not be able to alter your confirmed booking.


Arrangements for the collection of keys can be made with the Hostel Manager. Normally, keys cannot be collected on Sundays or public holidays in Greece.

Hotel Information Booklet

There is an information booklet in each bedroom of the hostel giving details of the facilities and the surrounding area.

Make a Reservation

For room reservations please contact Dr. Lita Tzortzopoulou-Gregory in the Athens office:

General enquiries about the hostel can also be made through the AAIA Sydney office by contacting:

Information required

It would help the institute staff to respond quickly if you can include the following information when you call with a query or wish to make a reservation:

  1. Name of guest and contact details;
  2. Number of people for whom the booking is being made;
  3. Dates of stay; type of accommodation requested and academic status if relevant (i.e. twin share or single room, student or non-student).

Booking Enquiry Form

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Dr Stavros Paspalas – Director
Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens, Room 480, Madsen Building (F09), University of Sydney NSW 2006 Australia
+61 2 9351 4759 +61 (0)2 9351 7693 arts.aaia@sydney.edu.au