DIRECTIONS

ad Imperial Hotels are located in the center of Thessaloniki!

Both the Imperial Palace and Imperial Plus Hotels are modern 4-star hotels consisting of luxurious rooms and suites. The wonderful, neoclassical building of Imperial Palace and the Smart Urban design with the innovative techs of Imperial Plus together offer the complete experience to every visitor of Thessaloniki. Located right in the center of the city with easy assess to almost every important spot or highlight, ad Imperial Hotels is the best option for accommodation for business travelers or tourists.

 

Airport

Access:

Thessaloniki Airport “Macedonia” is at a 17.5 km / 10.9 distance from ad Imperial Hotels, two of the most famous hotels in Thessaloniki, that is located in the city center.

By car: 25-40 minutes distance (depending on the traffic).

By taxi: Indicative prices are around 25-30 euros.

Road connection by public transport: Thessaloniki Airport is connected to the Thessaloniki Railway Station and the Intercity Bus Station “Macedonia” with the OASTH bus line 78 (during the day) and 78N (at night). The ticket cost is 2 euros (regular ticket) and 1 euro (reduced price). Bus 78 runs every half hour.

For those who choose the O.AS.TH. bus in order to arrive from the airport to ad Imperial Hotels, they can use the 78 bus. The terminal station of this bus is the Intercity bus station of KTEL. The nearest stop to ad Imperial Hotels is on Tsimiski Street, within a 5-minute walk distance.

Bus Station

Access:

Thessaloniki’s Intercity Station “Macedonia” is at a 2 km distance from ad Imperial Palace Hotel, one of the most famous hotels in Thessaloniki, that is located in the city center.

By car: 5-15 minutes distance (depending on the traffic).

By taxi: Indicative prices are around 5-6 euros.

By walking: 25-30 minutes
31, 2 city buses lines. Arrival at ad Imperial Palace Hotel “Columbus” stop, cost 1 euro (regular ticket) and 0.50 euro (reduced price), duration time is about 15 minutes.

Description: Thessaloniki’s Bus Station (Ktel) “Macedonia” is located west and at a distance of five (5) kilometers from Thessaloniki’s center. It is easily accessible through the center, but also through the new western junction of the city, where it is directly connected to the ring road of Thessaloniki. Thessaloniki’s Bus Station locations helps in the speed of the itineraries to each point of departure and arrival.

Railway Station

Access:

Thessaloniki’s Railway Station (OSE) is at a 1 km distance from ad Imperial Palace Hotel, one of the most famous hotels in Thessaloniki, that is located in the city center.

By car: 3-10 minutes distance (depending on the traffic).

By taxi: Indicative prices are around 4-4,50 euros.

By walking: 5-10 minutes.

Road connection by public transport:  14,11,17,37 city bus lines. Arrival at ad Imperial Palace Hotel “Columbus” stop, cost 1 euro (regular ticket) and 0.50 euro (reduced price), duration time is about 5-10 minutes.

Description: The New Railway Station of Thessaloniki is the main passenger station of the city for all passenger trains, while most of the bus lines of OASTH have their starting point. The entrances to the station are from Monastiriou and Margaropoulou Street. It has seven docks and there are shops inside the station. It was inaugurated in 1961, although construction work began in 1937. During World War II and throughout the Occupation, all work was stopped and resumed in 1951.

Thessaloniki Port

Access:

Thessaloniki’s Port is at a 800m distance from ad Imperial Palace Hotel, one of the most famous hotels in Thessaloniki, that is located in the city center.

By car: 3-10 minutes distance (depending on the traffic).

By taxi: Indicative prices around 4-4,50 euros.

By walking: 5-10 minutes.

Description: Thessaloniki’s port is located in the innermost part of Thermaikos gulf, in the northern part of the eastern Mediterranean, west of the city center of Thessaloniki and at a distance of one (1) klm from the Passenger Railway Station and sixteen (16) klm from “Macedonia” Airport.

It is the most important port of Macedonia and one of the most important ports in Southeastern Europe. Due to its advantageous geographical location and its excellent road and rail connections, it is the largest port of transit trade in the country.