The Anthemion house, which opened its doors in August 2018, is located in the center of Kavala, right next to the iconic landmark of the Aqueduct. The hotel is housed in a three-storey building, originally built in 1927, owned by a Jewish tobacco merchant that has been renovated to reflect its architectural heritage, while imbuing a fresh breath of contemporary sophistication.
Designed by Normless Architecture Studio Photos by George Sfakianakis
The design team kept most of the original walls, adopting the seven rooms layout to the existing floor plans. The reception and the breakfast room are found on the ground floor, along with one of the five Anthemion studios. Sideways of the building, a small cozy patio was created for guests to enjoy on sunny days. The rest of the hotels rooms have been shared around the lobbies of the 1st and 2ndfloor.