This is a great economical alternative to big hotels. It's not for you if you're expecting a bland, vanilla, chain hotel experience but I'd recommend it to people looking for a lovely small hotel with character. The rooms are basic, with the usual European double-bed-that's-actually-two-twin-beds, but are spotlessly clean and have air conditioning and a small fridge, both of which are a definite asset. Usual 'telephone' type showers but I found the hot water to be readily available. The elevator is tiny and the stairs a little tricky (spiral marble staircase) so perhaps not so suitable for anyone mobility-impaired. There's free wi-fi access, which I've had to pay through the nose for in major luxury hotels elsewhere. The breakfasts are fantastic, including Greek (yogurt, cheese, honey, etc), German (cold meats, cheese, bread), and American (cereal, fruit, sweet rolls) options. The location is incredibly convenient - very close to a Metro stop and easy walking distance to most of the Acropolis-adjacent attractions. Other reviews have found it noisy but, in my experience, all the noise came from inconsiderate fellow guests (hint: that spiral staircase acts as an acoustic amplifier so yelling down three floors at 6 am or stampeding up and down in noisy shoes at 2 am is NOT cool). You really can see the Acropolis from the 4th floor balcony and the street outside is lined with orange trees. There are also three fine cats in residence. I'd go back in a flash and recommend it to friends who aren't Hilton-fixated.
Rooms on the front have small balconies.
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