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Stayed for 3 nights on business, good central location. Lovely helpful and polite staff. Good comfortable room. However no tea or coffee making facilities in room. This was the only thing letting the hotel down for me. Breakfast was very good lots of choice, self...More
I stayed here for 7 nights in a very large room with balcony. High standard of cleanniess and very friendly staff.
Breakfast is standard Greek fare.
Very good location to the port and metro....good choice if you need to be in Priaeus
Wanted somewhere to stay overnight before boarding a cruise and chose Piraeus Theoxenia. Customer service was friendly and very helpful - more so than many other hotels we've stayed at. Room was spacious and comfortable. Bar was nice - had a few G&Ts. Buffet breakfast...More
It is a very nice hotel and a good sized and well appointed room. It was good to be in Piraeus with a comfortable walk to the water front and lots of good restaurants, bars and shopping.
Harry at the front desk went out of...More
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I stayed at Theoxenia hotel 2 nights early May for business trip and conference in Athens.
It’s a nice hotel, traditional Greek style, in the centre of Piraeus close to where I had meetings and a conference which was convenient for me. The price was...More
For tours, you could walk down to the metro station, catch the train to Syntagma (need to change lines at Monastariki), and take a hop on hop off bus tour. There are a couple of companies that run tours of the main... More
For tours, you could walk down to the metro station, catch the train to Syntagma (need to change lines at Monastariki), and take a hop on hop off bus tour. There are a couple of companies that run tours of the main sites.
The hotel restaurant is fine. If you walk out the front door, turn right, then walk down the first laneway on the left, about 100metres along in the right is a quaint restaurant serving authentic Greek dishes. Very affordable prices, but I can't remember the name.