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Rude staff, no service manners at all. A bit dirty rooms, very old. It is located in the worst possible area of the city. Do not go out at night alone, take a taxi at all times. Only good thing is that it is close...More
This hotel is only a block away from the metro, but Omonia Square has really changed in the last two years. There were prostitutes before, but this time there were many more on every corner. The halls smelled like smoke. The rooms were very warm...not...More
I travelled to Athens with my family stayed in this hotel . I have to say the staff have no manners and not helpful at all .we asked for information about the city but didn't get any as they hardly give any info. Also couldn't...More
The central location was probably the best part about this hotel. It's around the corner from the metro which provides east access to most sites around Athens. The room itself was average. Reasonably clean considering the age of the building. Breakfast was ok. Just keep...More
I stayed in Athens for only 2 days and this hotel was a great accommodation for it. Room was nothing special but sleepable and clean to shower, etc. Staff was the only downfall, rude and unfriendly. You must do your own research for exploring Athens...More
Omonia Square is as plain in appearance as Syntagma is grand. Surrounded largely by functional blocks from the 1950s and 60s and no longer boasting its underground stalls, the square is now mostly frequented by immigrants and bargain shoppers. The most rewarding area to explore is to the south. Set off down Athinas Street, with the Acropolis gradually coming into focus in the distance, and you will get a
sense of old commercial Athens, especially at the picturesque meat, fish and vegetable markets some way beyond the City Hall. The blocks to the west of Athinas are home to many Chinese and South Asian traders, adding a multicultural atmosphere to what was until the late 1990s a very homogenous society.