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Watch out for the showers on the first floor! People can watch you shower!
At the end of the day my girlfriend went to the reception and asked for extra towels and soap so we could take a shower, they were nice and gave us...More
You need to pass through a dangerous part of town in order to get to the hotel. However, the location of the hotel itself is in a safe area. It seems to be located on the border to the dangerous part of town....More
+ affordable (we paid 32€ for a double room)
+ rooms are fine,fairly clean and have aircon
+ staff was friendly and helpful: they gave us a bigger more comfy room for the same price as they had rooms free and they helped...More
No services at all 14 euro for a bed.
No common areas, non a single plug for your phone just a hanging plug for all pleople inside room, no lockers ... bad área to stay Joncky people around the hostel .
Prostitution and drug area.
12€ for a bed in 5 people dorm, it is a cheap option. Staff is helpful. Wifi is correct. Only issue(s), no door key, no locker, tiny and dirty room and mattress. No breakfast included when booking.com says it is.
US$16 - US$56 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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By far the ritziest neighbourhood in town, Kolonaki is home to most of the chic boutiques and designer label stores. Here, the wealthy say no to austerity by dressing in their finest and spending hours in the trendy cafés around Kolonaki Square, sipping the most expensive coffee in Europe. The area also contains a couple of notable museums and cultural institutions, which add to the air of nobility. The leafy upper
reaches of Kolonaki transition into Lykavittos Hill, the highest point in central Athens. Climb the paths through its wooded slopes to the tiny chapel at the top, from where you are rewarded with stunning views across the Acropolis to the sea and even the mountains of the Peloponnese on a clear day. The wooden amphitheater up here hosts regular concerts during the summer.