The «Tower of the Winds», in the Roman Agora in Plaka Athens, is an octagonal 12-meter-long marble structure, with friezes depicting the 8 wind deities, sons of Aeolus (thus alternatively named just «Winds»). It is officially known as «Horologion of Andronikos Kyrrhestes», and considered to be the oldest weather station and clock-tower in the world!
«Airy» hall is located on the 1st floor and - as all of our halls do - it has its own unique characteristics. It uses stone as the basic building block, with columns in the color of the wood. As a result, it creates a rustic mood and warm ambiance. It is recommended for earth tone colors lovers, for cozy nights and a lot of memories!