I stayed here while on a study abroad program. It was a decent little hotel, but clearly a budget one, so do not expect anything extravagant or “above and beyond” in terms of service and/or accommodations. The rooms are small and come with a two twin-bed configuration with a basic TV, small fridge, and very simple bathroom with a tub/shower combo. I felt that my room was decently clean but did hear some minor complaints from other students about their rooms.
The breakfast offered by the hotel is pretty good and includes Greek yogurt (honey optional), granola, cereal, warm milk, fruit, eggs (hardboiled and scrambled), and some other stuff. I left each morning feeling that I had gotten a good meal to start the day. The dining room area is pretty spacious, which is nice after coming from pretty cramped quarters.
The hotel is located next to a nice little shopping area and there are some good restaurants nearby. The Acropolis is within walking distance. Technically the Archaeology Museum is as well…but it is a bit of a trek and requires a lot more time.
The front-desk staff is a bit cold and distant but very informative if you push them a bit for information.
One tip, if you are staying here do take advantage of the really cool view from the very top of the hotel. There is a roof-top sitting area that is open most of the day. From it you can see the Acropolis and at night the view is really neat. I believe they lock the door around midnight and open it again around 8am. It is a really nice place to sit and read a book, FYI.
If you are looking for a cheap place to stay, this is a good bet. But again, realize it is a budget hotel for a reason.
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