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Plaka Hotel
4.7/568 Reviews

Plaka Hotel

Athens|0.89km from city center
This is an extremely nice hotel situated in a perfect location. Our stay and review are based on a Superior room You would be hard pressed to find an Athens hotel in a better location. You are right in the middle of all the action with shops and restaurants nearby. You are spoilt for choice. Although in a busy area we found the excellent double- glazed doors/windows kept any noises out and it was not an issue at all. Our Superior room came with a kettle and tea/coffee making facilities although that is not listed on their website. It may be worth e-mailing them if this is important to you. There was air-con but in March there was no need to make use of it so we cannot comment on its efficiency. The toilet/bathroom came with those tiny bottles of shampoo and body wash which we refuse to use on environmental grounds so we brought our own and used that. There was a sign saying that if the used towels were hung up then it was assumed that we were happy to reuse them. The cleaners replaced them daily regardless. The rooms were kept very clean. This hotel has much going for it. We grabbed a deal here at a very attractive price which included breakfast. The breakfast arrangements were in a fairly small area but we felt that a good selection was provided considering the space limitations. Plenty of fresh vegetable choices and delicious too. The Tomatoes and Cucumber just tasted so much better than we are used to. Cereals, bread, cakes, fruit and coffee from a machine. We looked forward to our breakfast every morning and didn’t grow tired of it. Minor gripes (being very picky). The over the bath shower was a mini battle in so much that it was prone to shoot water out onto the floor if you weren’t being careful. It could have been better but all we had to do was to adjust our showering habits and all was ok in the end. Our room had a balcony facing out to the street below. It would have been nice for a couple of chairs out there rather than just a large pot plant and the air-con unit for company. I did notice that no other balconies on other building had chairs out so perhaps that is just the Athens way. We had a Fridge in our room. Very welcome. A very close mini supermarket was the cheapest place we could find to buy water. E0.39 for 1.5 litres as I recall. We loved this hotel. All the staff were so nice and so helpful. I can’t remember all of their names but Irena and Eva come to mind. They helped make our stay wonderful. It had a curiously homely feel about the place. March time was a great time of the year as it was a pleasant day time temperature with it getting a bit chilly in the evenings. You could still dine outdoors but with a patio heater nearby. We loved Athens and have decided to return next March with the flights already booked. We will stay at the Plaka Hotel again. 5 stars from us

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Academy of Athens

Academias Hotel, Autograph Collection
4.5/546 Reviews

Academias Hotel, Autograph Collection

Omonia Athens|0.17km from Academy of Athens
When I was younger, I spent two weeks in Greece to visit various places on the Peloponnese peninsula, but up until this year, I had never been to Athens before. I am someone who likes to explore places, and I often do not have day by day plans - but the one thing that is always important for me is a good base, a place to come back to in the late afternoon or evening to relax. I generally am not into nightlife, so I usually spend evenings in my accommodation - so I try to make sure to book a good place. I was tempted to go for a cheaper option, but after the last few years and all the stress, I decided to treat myself. Why earn all that money if I don’t use it right? I spent nine days in the Academias Hotel in Athens. I chose it because the location seemed ideal on a map. Fortunately, the reality also was not a disappointment. I visited the Acropolis a couple of times. It takes about 20-30 minutes to walk there, but I also saw that there are bus connections if you do not like to walk (I LOVE walking, because you also get to see more of the places and can sometimes come across interesting shops, parks, etc.). I could go on about places that are within easy reach, but you’re probably more interested in the hotel itself! The check-in was easy and I felt very welcome. There wasn’t a grumpy staff member in sight (hotel staff in certain places in the UK could learn from that friendliness!). I tried to impress with my few sentences of Greek that I learned, but fortunately, staff in this hotel has no problem with other languages. Not once during my stay did I have an issue with staff. They were all polite and respectful. The big plus for me also was that they did not annoy me. Friendly yes, but they did not make me feel harassed like it can happen in other hotels. While I did obviously check out photos of the hotel in advance before I booked, I was pleasantly surprised by my room (I booked a room with a king-sized bed). Everything was very clean, and there were BOOKS on the shelves. That was really a nice touch, I think. The bathroom was HUGE, and let me tell you: the showers are awesome. You’ll really appreciate a good shower after an active day in Athens, especially in summer! It was lovely! The room was nice and I had lots of space.The writing desk was perfect because I’m a writer and always in need of such a space! There was even a nice little coffee machine. Of course, also the usual stuff like a TV (with Netflix access!), shampoos, all the stuff you’d expect from a high quality hotel. The hotel has a lot to offer in addition to your actual room. There is a gym (I didn’t use that, I didn’t go on holiday to work out) and also a spa if you are into that. Worth a mention is the food as well. There’s a great restaurant with excellent views - and the food is just as excellent, which makes this a wonderful eating experience. Breakfast was also excellent, I really can’t complain. If you feel like trying something else, there are also plenty of restau
Sir Athens
4.6/536 Reviews

Sir Athens

Omonia Athens|0.28km from Academy of Athens
We wanted an apartment type place to stay for our family, 2 bedrooms rather than all cramped into one. This was the perfect solution for us. The room/s had one large bedroom with a super king bed, TV with Netflix included. Coffee maker, kettle and small fridge. All very comfortable. The second bedroom was set up with 2 single beds. Better suited to kids/ teens as these were on a raised platform with a sloped ceiling, rather than on bed bases. This area also had a large TV and was open to the bathroom and apartment door. The shared bathroom was fine with a large shower enclosure (no bath) which had a rainfall shower and normal shower head. I would say this room would suit a family rather than 2 couples as there was not much privacy. The area, Kolonaki, is less touristy and quieter, but still had plenty of bars and restaurants close by. We walked everywhere in Athens from the hotel, probably 30/35 mins to the acropolis. But there were transport options close by too. We stayed for 7 nights and we're very comfortable. Good quality beds, plenty of space and no noise all night. For a stay of this length it would have been good to have more storage for clothes, but that's a minor complaint. Breakfast was served in our room, ordered the night before via email and delivered at the time requested. Decent selection of options which set us up for the day. It was convenient for us to eat in the room, but there were a lot of cafes nearby if you prefer to get out and sit at a table. Customer service at this very small hotel was fast and simple. Mainly via email as there was no reception (access via key codes sent in advance) but very responsive. We left our key card in the room one day which was resolved quickly and we had a problem with water one night which was again sorted very easily. Overall I don't think we could have chosen a better place for our family stay.

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Brazil Hotel
4.2/527 Reviews
Victoria
Spacious room with very large shower cubicle and balcony. The staff has always been extremely kind and helpful: they always asked us if we had slept well at night and if the room was quiet enough. The hotel is within walking distance of one of the metro stations (Viktoria), making it very easy to get around the city. At night the area doesn't give a good impression, but maybe that's just a bias. In any case, nothing bad has ever happened to us.
Achillion Apartment
4/510 Reviews
Omonia
I had a wonderful stay there, not only once, but twice, since my flight was canceled. The location is very close to Omonia subway station, very central area, easy to reach everything by walking. The room had all the facilities needed, aircon perfectly working, comfortable beds. My special thanks goes to the lovely receptionist lady, that had always an amazing attitude and kindness, understood my needs, gave me advice and assistance during all my stay! She made all the difference! Definitely l will consider it again for my future visit!
Belle Epoque Suites
4.5/557 Reviews
Omonia
Delightfully cozy and well appointed rooms which are conveniently located. We walked with ease to all the sites, restaurants, and shopping. The onsite restaurant was incredible. Breakfast included is a must as you order from the menu not a buffet! Dinner and cocktails in the evening feature live music. The staff is gracious and warm. The room was very comfortable and we had all we needed. When in Athens, stay here!!
Iconic Athens Hostel
4/528 Reviews
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The hotel is very comfortable and comfortable. The rooms are very quiet and even though they are shared, very intimate as each bed has a garden, night light and a pump. Breakfast with various options, healthy, all rich and very good price. I emphasise the friendliness and solidarity of Mariano reception, who made himself available to guide me and help me in how to manage me in the city (public transport, interesting tourist sites, etc,), I was my first time in Athens and I didn't know anything. 'Thank you Marian !!!!!!! I would certainly return to hosting at the Hostel and of course I recommend it. I am Jorgelina de Córdoba, Argentina
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4.6/50 Reviews
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Olympus Residence
4.6/5100 Reviews
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I loved this place, a short walk to all Athens has to offer in a nice neighborhood with lots of restaurants right around the corner. The staff and facilities made me feel like I was home. I will definitely use this hotel again when I come back to Athens.

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Athens Hotel Guide

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Every day, travelers worldwide arrive at Athens International Airport to start their vacations and business trips in Athens. Besides flying, taking a train to Neratziotissa Railway Station is one of the other major methods of transportation.

There are 724 hotels in Athens on Trip.com, including luxury, boutique, and budget hotels. Athens has high quality and low-priced hotels. You can spend one night at a nice hotel for only 108 USD. There are 18 five-star hotels in Athens at an average price of 231 USD per night. There are 53 four-star hotels in Athens at an average price of 120 USD per night. There are 54 three-star hotels in Athens at an average price of 73 USD per night. There are 55 two-star hotels in Athens at an average price of 48 USD per night. As a popular tourist city, Athens has many renowned chain hotels. In Athens, chain hotels such as Novotel are one of the top choices among travelers. Hotels under the Novotel brand are a good choice. A popular hotel in Athens, Athens Center Square Hotel is also one of the highest rated. If you're still unsure, Trip.com recommends Arethusa Hotel.

There are quite a few famous attractions in downtown Athens, such as National Archaeological Museum, Gazi, Plateía Omonoías. If you want to spend a fun vacation with your family, locals recommend visiting Cape Sounion, Hydra, Voula Beach. You can also visit top-rated attractions like Mount Lycabettus, Acropolis, Parthenon Temple. Commercial areas like Coco-mat, Ermou Street, The Mall Athens are ideal places to buy souvenirs.

Average Temperature

• January to March: 11.87°C during the day, 7.8°C at night

• April to June: 22.8°C during the day, 16.87°C at night

• July to September: 28.88°C during the day, 22.69°C at night

• October to December: 16.38°C during the day, 12.13°C at night

Average seasonal Rainfall

• Spring: 48.1 cm

• Summer: 21.37 cm

• Autumn: 8.57 cm

• Winter: 60.0 cm

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