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Aliki P wrote a review Dec 2017
Athens, Greece2 contributions
They have very original rooms. Orphan and It are the scary ones, while Strapped-On is a really really funny room that you should try it with your best friends!
Date of experience: December 2017
4lex4m4tis wrote a review Sep 2017
Bamberg, Germany3 contributions
Super fun rooms with great special effects and decoration! Very thoughtful and creative stories accompany the rooms! Very cool owner! Definetly recommended!!!
Date of experience: September 2017
Petros A wrote a review Feb 2017
Athens, Greece100 contributions20 helpful votes
Secret Rooms is conveniently located almost right in between 2 Athens Metro stations (Dafni which is closer and Aghios Ioannis), additionally the 2 times we visited we managed to find parking easily. At the moment they offer 3 rooms, 2 "traditional" escape rooms, The Orphan & Forbidden Tomb and an "alternative" sex comedy escape room, sTRAPPED on. We went for the 2 traditional ones in a space of a week. We started off with The Orphan, which is an actor-less horror escape room, set up in a haunted house that used to be an orphanage. In general we are not big fans of horror themed escape rooms, we'd rather deal with a few nice riddles/puzzles than have to solve fairly easy ones under constant jump scares and limited light. However we did appreciate this room in the end. The setup is good and a few of the jump scares are quite on point. The riddles on the other hand are ok, not the best we've encountered, but thankfully, not the worst either. All in all, this room is probably as good as it gets for people that want to enjoy a jumpscare-heavy horror themed escape room without an actor. If I had to rate this room, it would be closer to 4/5 than 3/5. Our next attempt was with the Forbidden Tomb. This pits you as adventurers inside an Egyptian tomb. The decoration is ok, but nothing exciting. We know there are a couple more similar themed rooms in Athens, but we have no idea how it compares to them, but compared to a similar room in Barcelona (it was an Aztek temple there), the materials used were far less convincing. The same applies to the many automations, while interesting, they were badly maintained and this took away part of the room's magic. The riddles/puzzles were ok, but nothing too exciting. In general we thought the room was ok, but in need of an upgrade/renovation. This would definitely get just 3/5. In total, our experience with Secret Rooms was just ok, hence the total score of 3/5. The positive note is that every employee we met was polite and was obvious that they enjoyed what they were doing, which is promising if in the future they decide to rework their rooms or create new ones.…
Date of experience: November 2016
Danilovic_gr wrote a review Jul 2016
Athens, Greece39 contributions12 helpful votes
By intention hard room with riddles which most of the time there was no clue to solve...but t only by chance you had to try! Starting with a souvenir box which is one of the most time-spending no-thinking riddles (but if you have this souvenir box at your home, you start with an huge advantage). I do not like this kind of handicap.. At the positive of the room, that the owner tried to give to the room an Egyptian atmosphere. On the other hand the girl- game master was very bad at her task.. Giving wrong hints, no description of the scenario, no answers to our questions and useless jokes, led me to an escape experience with limited interest and decreased my review at least one point. For sure you can find better escape rooms.…
Date of experience: December 2015
Clocked P wrote a review May 2016
Mytilene, Greece13 contributions2 helpful votes
very good rooms, the "orphan" is perfect if you like spooky rooms. The "temple" also a very good room. You must try them all!
Date of experience: November 2015