We stayed for one night on the way to the Greek Islands. Asked for coffee and milk so I could make a cup of coffee the next morning as we were leaving early to catch the Hydrofoil to Mykonos. They said they had no coffee or milk, (just buy a cup of coffee when we get to the port).
On our way back home we stayed for 3 nights. As usual no coffee or milk. The staff are very rude and do not help you at all.
We paid extra for a view of the Acropolis, they had a table and two chairs blocking the doors to the balcony (which is the only way to see the Acropolis). Due to the room having wall to wall furniture it was difficult to move the table and chairs to get access to the balcony.
Went down to breakfast at 8.30 am and there was no hot food, I had to ask the staff would they please cook some more bacon, eggs, sausages etc as they do not check the food, milk, orange juice etc.
Hotel was in a great position. Would not stay there again as I found the staff to be very rude and not helpful.
Chris & Gordy
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hera Hotel welcomes its guests with the genuine warmth of definitive hospitality, combined with an impeccable service, comfort and the exceptional atmosphere of a boutique hotel.Conveniently located right at the foot of the Acropolis hill, the new Acropolis Museum and next to the interconnected archeological sites. Hera Hotel offers a unique opportunity to the visitor to enjoy an excellent stay at the hotel, right into the heart of the old Athens and to traverse through ancient times by strolling through the historic center of the city. ... more less
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