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This is pretty much exactly what you can expect from a hostel. Things were old and broken, but clean overall. We had beds, had showers, felt safe, and were close to the stuff we came to Athens to see. Wifi didn't reach the room so...More
As people have said there needs to be an update on pics perhaps. However the place was extremely well located the staff were friendly and very accommodating with requests, and advice with places in the city.
Rooms seemed to only be 4 at most, but...More
This is the worse hostel I´ ve been to.
The rooms don´t look like in the pics. Furniture is in bad shape. They are unconfortable as well as the bathrooms who are to be shared by everyone)
The whole place needs a renewal.
Creaky beds,dirty rooms, unhelpful staff,rubbish 1980s style shower etc. What particularly annoyed me was it is marketed as having cooking facilities..yet you are banned from using their gas hobs and instead given an electric hob,of which only one works,badly, between all of the guests..hence an...More
After the first night they started building new rooms at 9.00 pm. No lunch and the host didn't recommend some things around Athens. Only a paper with some places to go, the beds are poor and every move is good to hear for another room......More
USD 24 - USD 107 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Due to its proximity to the Acropolis, Plaka remains the area where the majority of foreign visitors stay and play. Its attractive features include small squares, some notable museums and the beautiful Mitropolis cathedral, as well as a host of places to stay, eat and drink. Its pedestrian zones make it a pleasant place to escape from the city’s notorious traffic. Adrianou and Kidathineon Streets contain a
number of souvenir shops, offering classier items than you will find in the Flea Market. The most rewarding section to explore is the upper reaches towards the Acropolis itself, where many old stone houses with tiled roofs have survived. Up here you can find leafier corners and the odd quaint taverna with unobstructed views of the ancient rock.
You need to take the subway from the airport towards syntagma square and then walk 5 minutes down Amalias boulevard towards sygrou boulevard and the hotel is going to be on your right hand, on a small street. Good luck! :)