Ok, I can't believe no one is mentioning this, but the decor in this place is really weird! The lobby is normal, but the rooms have bright red carpeting, mirrored walls, and really creepy giant photos of women's faces. Maybe that was just our room? That said, we picked the hotel for the value and proximity to the airport, and it totally delivered. Plus, right down the street is a great German restaurant, no joke.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Proteas hotel is a 3 star hotel located in a quiet area close to city center of Athens, and only 300 meters from the metro Ampelokipi, with easy access to all local tourist attractions, like Acropolis, the Theatre of Lycabetus and Kallimarmaro Stadium, as well as two shopping districts, Kolonaki district, which is a popular meeting area, full of shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and nightlife and Ermou Street in Plaka which is the oldest and most picturesque district of Athens, full of taverns, restaurants etc. Proteas hotel has 24 newly renovated double rooms in warm, natural tones and soft lighting. Breakfast is not included in the price of the accommodation. The hotel provides a 24-hour reception and a small bar where you can enjoy your coffee after a long day in the city, a lift, Wifi Internet connection. A left-luggage office and a safe are also at guests’ disposal. ... more less
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