Take the 78express bus from the airport, get down at Aristotel place (here are a lot of stores for shopping), cross the plaza and make left on Egnatia bld and keep going straight until no. 41. The hotel is simple, value for money. The room was ok as size but they need to vacuum (there was dust on the floor) . The bathroom is very small. You have tv and frige, and a small balcony. There is also Wi-Fi. Haven't tried the restaurant yet, but close enough there is a shaorma place.
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- In the heart of the city's business district, this hotel is listed as a historic monument by the Ministry of Culture and has retained its distinctive original decorative features. Kinissi Palace Hotel is delighted to welcome all guests with professional Greek hospitality. The hotel has business rooms for small groups and a conference rooms for up to 100 attendees. The 2 fully equipped conference rooms on the mezzanine level can be set up to accommodate a variety of types of events. The hotel serves a delicious Greek breakfast. The ground floor coffee shop looks out onto the bustling Egnatia Street and serves drinks and snacks from morning until late at night. We will happy to welcome you! ... more less
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