Capsis-Bristol, Thessaloniki

Capsis Bristol is located in one of the historical buildings of Thessaloniki, on the corner of Katouni and Oplopiou Street, in Ladadika quarter. The same building hosted the post office of the city, during the years of Othomanic occupation. This building was miraculously saved from the catastrophic fire of 1917 that reduced an important part of the city to ashes.

The Atrium on the center of the building, is hosting the breakfast lounge, at the balcony of the first floor. A rich buffet full of delicious dishes, the day's bright light and the impressive wall paintings will offer you to a most pleasant start of the day.

The special creations of the "Depnosofistis" Chef, based on the international cuisine, the rich wine selection and the stuff's special care, are promising the good food lovers unique evenings of delight as well as successful private gastronomic lunch meetings.

The entrance on the corner of Oplopiou and Katouni streets leads to the "Medusa" bistro-bar. Open all day until after midnight, the "Medusa" bistro-bar is the ideal choice for any time of the day.

Type of rooms: Capsis-Bristol
16 Rooms
4 Suites
All rooms are named after important personalities and regions of Macedonia.

Rooms are "dressed" with tissues in tints of red, green and blue. The wooden parquet floors are covered with unique pieces of precious hand-made carpets. Hand-made furniture and carefully selected pieces of antiques, offer a sense of comfort and "home" ambience. All lightings, also selected antiques, are precious works of art, each one different and unique.
Additional information: Capsis-Bristol

The "Thessaloniki" room can host up to 12 persons and perfectly meets the needs of modern businessmen. A second hall, "Rotonda", for up to 20 persons is also available.

Baby-sitting can be arranged upon request.

At the reception area there are safety boxes, available at no charge to the hotel guests.

Ironing and laundry services are available from Monday to Friday, with 24hour delivery (on Fridays clothes should be collected before 12:00).
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