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COCO-MAT Athens Jumelle

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#106 of 312 hotels in Athens
The epitome of modern elegance. A heaven for urban adventurers. Following the successful course of COCO MAT ATHENS, a modish entry to the city’s most eclectic neighborhood. Or simply, your home in Athens.COCO-MAT Athens Jumelle is an understated luxury, design hotel that sits in the heart of Kolonaki and offers relaxing sleep, homemade breakfast and selected services for its esteemed guests.
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Room service
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast included
Laundry Service
Multilingual Staff
Non-smoking hotel
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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Kolonaki / Lykavittos
By far the ritziest neighborhood in town, Kolonaki is home to most of the chic boutiques and designer label stores. Here, the wealthy say no to austerity by dressing in their finest and spending hours in the trendy cafés around Kolonaki Square, sipping the most expensive coffee in Europe. The area also contains a couple of notable museums and cultural institutions, which add to the air of nobility. The leafy upper reaches of Kolonaki transition into Lykavittos Hill, the highest point in central Athens. Climb the paths through its wooded slopes to the tiny chapel at the top, from where you are rewarded with stunning views across the Acropolis to the sea and even the mountains of the Peloponnese on a clear day. The wooden amphitheater up here hosts regular concerts during the summer.
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Couldn't fault this hotel, we stayed in Coco-Mat for a total of 7 nights, but in two different trips. This meant we got to see two different rooms and honestly, both were absolutely perfect for what we needed. We did a lot of sightseeing while we were here and it was the perfect bases, close to the city centre and public transport. They also very kindly let us leave two of our bags in the hotel while we travelled to Crete for 3 days, as we were returning to the same hotel. The staff couldn;t have done enough for us and the breakfast was perfect every morning. After our stay in Athens, will definitely be on the look out for other COCO-MAT hotels on the rest of our travels! Also the bed....... AMAZING.
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The hotel is definitely value for money, you get so much for great price! *pillow menu (yes, there is something like that :)) *center location *great breakfast *stylish rooms *friendly staff *perfect bed *swimming pool
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Likes - Terrific location: near 2 excellent small museums (Bernaki Museum & Museum of Cycladic Art, which has terrific cafe for lunch), near two metro stops, near restaurants and shops in residential area - Excellent beds. I'd love to have the bed in my home! - Public areas and rooms felt spacious for a boutique hotel - Excellent housekeeping; public areas and rooms seemed spotless. The housekeeping staff seemed very hardworking - Excellent breakfast on covered terrace; staff attentive and friendly - Bright, clean, modern decor throughout - Heard no street noise in my room - Hotel staff present throughout the hotel day and night; they always seemed attentive to guests. - Plenty of electric outlets to recharge computer, phone, etc. Dislikes - My room was on 6th floor. There was a mobile housekeeping station in the hallway (never moved). The noise from the housekeepers in the hallway outside my room woke me up most mornings, which was annoying. The housekeepers were clearly working, not chit-chatting, but still made a lot of noise. There were sacks of laundry in the hallway pretty much day and night. This really distracted from the otherwise lovely hotel. I think the hotel needs to rethink this. - The hotel follows the recent trend in not having: a closet to hang things up; shelves to put clothing; anywhere to set out your suitcase other than on the floor. There was a rack to hang clothes. In any case, this trend means I'm both living out of my suitcase and living with my suitcase open on the floor. Perhaps some of this was just my room. I will say that I improvised and it was fine, but not what I would have liked. - Another weird hotel trend: transparent glass shower so you're on display. I've seen worse, but another trend I don't get. The shower also opens up into the room, so now there are towels on the floor. - The hotel is non-smoking, except for the breakfast area. The area is partially outdoors, but not open-air so the smoke stays. Greece seems to be more accommodating to smokers than in the US and I respect that. But I still don't mind inhaling and smell cigarette smoke at breakfast. Note: the hotel as two entrances to the lobby. The first marked "Reception" requires stairs. The second about 25 feet away and marked with the address is a narrow hallway that goes directly to the registration guest without stairs. I didn't realize this when I arrived and had to lug my suitcases up and down stairs. A curious hotel design choice. The hotel designers seemed to give some thought to Accessibility throughout the rest of the hotel. However, check with the hotel about wheelchair access to the elevators, which are narrow. ** I plan to be in Athens in 2020 and intend to stay here again. The positives about this hotel far out way some of the issues I mentioned above. And I would certainly recommend it to others.
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I was desperately looking for a quiet place in Athens, it's better if you go just outside the hyper centre. This hotel is beautiful, cosy, and quiet. Don't expect a view (the other building is quite close) but at least you don't have the noise of the big street nearby. Beautiful breakfast, it is on the rooftop now. Nice swimming pool, it is in the basement but quite enjoyable still and heated. Really nice staff and I will certainly come back.
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Boutique hotel at the center of the very chic Kolonaki quarter. Excellent accommodation and friendly staff. Breakfast on the terrace is delicious and the staff is helpful and after a few days remembered my likes and dislikes. The noise - my room was on the street side - ask for a room facing the courtyard. The fridge inside the room was overworking (built-in ) and the heat emanating from it was concerning. I will be back!!! 😊
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$127 - $280 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
GreeceAtticaAthensKolonakiKolonaki / LykavittosEmbassy District
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