N.U.in Greece students will reside in the Queen Olga or Metropolitan hotels. The two hotels are located a short walk from each other and close to the Thessaloniki waterfrontAt the Metropolitan and Queen Olga Hotels, each room is shared by two students, and is equipped with standard furnishings as well as a private bathroom with a shower 

Accommodation Abroad

Additional amenities include 

  • Linens, sheets, blankets, and towels  
  • Hair dryer, television, small refrigerator  
  • Air conditioning/heating and wireless internet  
  • Cleaning services  
  • Common areas which include dining and study space

Roommates

Roommate assignments will be assessed based upon information students provide in their General Enrollment Form, and will be available upon arrival in Thessaloniki. 

Staff

Each hotel will have trained N.U.in site staff and ACT Program Assistants to provide support and guidance to all N.U.in Greece participants.  

Transportation

Residents in both hotels will be provided with a bus, which offers transportation to and from the American College of Thessaloniki at scheduled times. 

Meals

Students will be provided with breakfast and dinner daily in the hotel dining room. Meals are served buffet-style and available during certain hours each day. If a student has a dietary restriction, N.U.in staff will work with the student and the hotel to communicate and meet that need. Local options to purchase lunch include a cafe at the ACT campus and local eateries around Thessaloniki.

Laundry

A laundry service (wash, dry, and fold) is available for a fee at a nearby laundromat. Limited services may be available at the hotel for a fee. 

Spring Housing in Boston

More information about the housing application for the spring semester can be found here.