This hotel is very well located, close to the most sought-after sites in Athens, and a 2-minute walk to the Metro, with spacious rooms, modern amenities and a wonderful self-serve restaurant for breakfast and refreshments throughout the day. The views from its rooftop terrace are to die for, and the price is right.
My only complaint is that you must pay for internet access - this is the only hotel we stayed at in Greece that charged for internet.
We chose to take a taxi back to the airport - and I'm glad we did. Unfortunately, the driver charged 40 Euros when the meter showed 28 Euros. Given this was the only negative experience of our 3-week trip, I wrote it off to experience.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Most central hotel situated in Plaka district. Strategically located for visiting all main archaeological interests especially the Acropolis and new Acropolis museum, as well as Ancient Agora, Parliament, first Olympic stadium, Benaki museum, Cycladic museum, National garden. Two streets only away from metro station Monastiraki, with direct line from the airport and the port of Piraeus. 50m from the main shopping street Ermou and Plaka touristic shopping area with taverns and bars. Splendid view of the Acropolis from roof terrace not to be missed. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Athens Hotel Plaka
- Plaka Hotel Athens