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Great views of Acropolis, good location surrounded by restaurants, bars, walking distance to Acropolis, Museum etc .
Vibrant bars and restaurant upstairs with amazing views and very friendly staff.
Small, but clean rooms - perfect for short stays.
We picked this Hotel for the location, which was great. Unfortunately, everything else was sub standard. We understand there is only a couple of rooms, and it is at the back of the complex. You are given a swipe tag to the entrance on the...More
two days in Athens but two nights and not very good sleep, just few hours for sleep because the sound of the road cars was to big and we can't make a good sleep at all.
I hope the owners to improve this hotel in...More
The location was great, however the hotel itself was not. It has 2 rooms only, curtains hanging off the window, no lift, electric wires came out of a hole in the wall, tv wasn't working, breakfast was included, but either fried eggs or omelet, with...More
It is a small hotel, the major part of which has been transferred to cafeteria and only 3 rooms are remaining. These are very well furnished rooms, very clean and with a ver friendly personnel. The bathrooms are very small but clean.
US$127 - US$135 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Named after the well-preserved Thission (ancient temple of Hephaestus), Thissio is blessed with a small wooded park and some less frenetic streets that offer numerous quieter places to stay and eat. Largely pedestrianised Apostolou Pavlou Street runs between the Acropolis and forested Filopappou Hill, well worth climbing for more great panoramas, until it merges with Dionysiou Areopagitou Street. This leads to the
up-and-coming area of Makriyanni, whose centrepiece is the magnificent new Acropolis Museum. Opposite the museum is the entrance to the southern slopes of the Acropolis, while the eponymous metro station nearby is at the top of Makriyanni Street, another strip of touristic cafés and restaurants.