Vanoro Hotel: From an abandoned tobacco warehouse to a brand-new hospitality experience
A stone's throw from the historic Aristotelous Square, the art-deco building that hosts Vanoro reveals a new, carefully designed hospitality experience.
But what's the story behind this building?
Built in 1937, the building is a significant sample of art-deco in Thessaloniki that was designed to house the Tobacco Company of Georgios Gavriiloglou. The building functioned as a tobacco warehouse until the late 1960s.
Although it is located at 6 Dodekanisou Street, only a few steps away from the lively beat of central Tsimiski street, the building has been abandoned and left unused in recent years.
Blurring the line between a hotel and a home, Vanoro Hotel breathe life into this remarkable building, promising a luxurious and comfortable alternative to the urban living.
A stellar experience created for the lovers of the city center — the wonderfully original Vanoro Hotel, is the ideal home for exploring the urban culture of a city with a great history and unlimited creativity. Enjoy!