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Stayed at this hotel in June 2012, hotel was clean and tidy, breakfast buffet was nice but do not take the half board option, we made that mistake by paying an extra £150 each to only b served with chips and frozen food, an they...More
Stayed at this hotel on my last trip to Athens.
Room was not to bad, though the bed was a bit hard and the finishing on the room was a bit crude. The carpets had 1 or 2 holes visible.
The bathroom was just ok....More
My overall experience was probably more negative given i had my phone and wallet stolen on my way to the hotel. But it is close to shops, downtown, and a lot of sits are within walking distance. So if you don't mind staying at a...More
I had reserved room in Floxenia hotel but they changed my hotel to IONIS. There are 4 hotels that are linked together Filoxenia, Aristoteles, IONIS and Apollo.
1. The Price was good- hotel is not new
2. Normal Buffet Breakfast
3. Kind receptionist
I took a group of university Classics students to the Ionis hotel in Easter this year. The location, as has been mentioned countless times in other reviews, is incredibly seedy. Drug dealers and prostitutes are rife and seemingly open about their practices around the hotel,...More
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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.