Aristotelous Square is the largest square in Thessaloniki and one of the largest and most impressive in Greece. The current form was designed after the great fire during 1917 by the French architect Ernest Hébrard but most of it was constructed during the 1950s.
Around Aristotelous Square are some of the most important and beautiful buildings of the city like the Olympion, where is carried out the Thessaloniki Film Festival and the twin buildings of the Hotel Electra Palace while the 12 buildings surrounding the square are labeled as preservable.
Built in one of the most impressive squares in Greece, the Aristotelous Square, in front of the endless sea of Thermaikos Gulf, the architecture, imposing and simultaneously prestigious, makes Electra Palace Hotel in Thessaloniki, one of the city's most precious jewels.
In very close proximity from the shopping center, the International Exhibition and Congress Centre, the most important monuments, museums and attractions this hotel is an excellent choice of accomodation.