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This was the most expensive hotel my boyfriend and I stayed at while in Greece. Between our other hotels and Airbnbs, we probably averaged $40/night, but Astor Hotel was $129/night. And what extra amenities did that get us? Not much. Sure, there was a free...More
There were so many bad things about the Astor hotel that, despite its good location, that I must give it a very low rating.
Things that made our stay very unpleasant:
1. The sheets were torn and sewn up with pink thread..
2. The blankets...More
The hotel had a very friendly staff and the view from the breakfast room was breathtaking. The room inside left a lot to desire as it needed to be more updated. The bathroom shower was broken which made it challenging to shower. The construction that...More
we stayed 4 couples r 4 days. he onl single positive point to comment is its prime locaton.the entire hotel is terribly run down. negleced in all aspects: had changed 3 rooms until compromised on the better of the worst. torn curtains falling off rails....More
Hotel must be renovated . It's not up to standard of 3 star hotel . Breakfast poor. Lobby area , chairs and furniture need replacement . Rooms. Beds needs to be replaced as well as all furniture , curtains,floor, towels, . In total the hotel...More
US$98 - US$162 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#66 Luxury Hotel in Athens
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Perhaps the best place to get your bearings is Syntagma Square, crowned by the imposing Parliament building on its upper side and surrounded by other large structures, such as the exclusive Hotel Grande Bretagne. The grand avenues that lead towards Omonia are also full of massive Neoclassical edifices like the Numismatic Museum and those around smaller Platia Kolokotroni. Here you will find lots of travel agents,
bookshops and fashion shops, especially on Ermou Street. Just south of Syntagma Square, you can take a breather in the lush National Gardens, which extend into the grounds of the Zappeio palace and beyond to the ancient Temple of Olympian Zeus.
Hi my girlfriend and I will be going to stay in astor hotels and we will arrive Piraeus at late night (around 1130pm from ferry). Besides of catching a cab, is there any other safe way to get to the hotel that late? From the internet it sounds like the metro green line is not that safe at night while I'm quite not sure about the situation of the neighborhood around the hotel at late night... Or is there any pick up service able to be offered by the hotel? Thank you!
22 May 2016|
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Response from Dylan D | Reviewed this property |
Taxi is always a good idea late at night but in my opinion I found the neighborhood safe since we went out late at night with no problems.
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"Ask for the highest up rooms for the quietest rooms."