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Travel Date: Jan'15
How to get here: From Athens airport take a train to Acropolis station. 5-10 min walking.
Located at a very quite area. Easy access to Acropolis and museum. The room that we get exactly like the one in a picture. We have...More
Situated in the Plaka district and a short walk to the Acropolis and Syntagma square. Our room was large with two bedrooms and a huge balcony with an impressive view of the Acropolis. The wifi was great and we managed to get reception on the...More
We stayed here for a week and it was a very central location. We were able to get everywhere on foot. Plenty of restaurants in the area to suit all budgets. The bathroom was very small and no vanity to put our toileteries on. The...More
the location is very nice but the hotel itself need a little life , the staff are very straight forward and just mean bussiness and you have no atmosphere of happiness or a little smile ! the rooms are small and the beds are okay...More
I stayed for five nights in a private room at the Adams Hotel in Athens. The hotel is within walking distance of the Metro and the ancient Acropolis site. There are a number of really good coffee shops and bistros in the vicinity. The area...More
$44 - $112 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Due to its proximity to the Acropolis, Plaka remains the area where the majority of foreign visitors stay and play. Its attractive features include small squares, some notable museums and the beautiful Mitropolis cathedral, as well as a host of places to stay, eat and drink. Its pedestrian zones make it a pleasant place to escape from the city’s notorious traffic. Adrianou and Kidathineon Streets contain a
number of souvenir shops, offering classier items than you will find in the Flea Market. The most rewarding section to explore is the upper reaches towards the Acropolis itself, where many old stone houses with tiled roofs have survived. Up here you can find leafier corners and the odd quaint taverna with unobstructed views of the ancient rock.