My wife and I stayed here for a 2-day city break. It is easy to review, because everything about the hotel and staff was nigh perfect. If fault has to be found, I can say that the coffee at the breakfast was not the best.
Others have commented adversely about the neighbourhood. It was not as bad as we had feared, and we had our evening meals in the Barelia Taverna, immediately adjacent to the Lotus. This unlikely-looking place was first-rate, and provided a genuine feel of Greece. There was also a good market in Chiou Street (on Wednesday).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel with the best access to the centre of Athens, the Acropolis, historical monuments and museums, as well as the airport, the port, and railway and metro stations.The Athens lotus hotel, a neoclassical building dating from the early 20th century, fully renovated in 2009 as a 4-star hotel, is the starting point of a new activity that prioritizes aesthetic rejuvenation and hospitality.In the historical centre of Athens, 50 metres from the Metaxourghio metro station, within walking distance of the National Archaeological Museum, the main railway station and the suburban railway, the hotel is an ideal home-base for direct access to all of the cities important destinations, as well as to the airport and the port. Additionally, the hotel has free private parking facilities for its customers. ... more less
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