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The room with 4 beds has no space!
This is a hotel not hostel so no place to cook or store food.
Was on 4th floor so noisy with the rooftop.
Bathroom was clean as it's a hotel it was the best
Won't say that...More
Was a bit hard to find! Had to ask for directions a few times . the hostel was fine the rooms were quite nice and clean and bathrooms etc but I didnt meet anyone as I was traveling alone so probably my own fault. Good...More
We stayed in a private room at this hotel/inn. The area was great.. Good access to shops and food options. The street it's on is a little sketchy but if you cross the street directly in front of the hotel and go down the cross...More
Great location close to all good restaurants and sites, great service and roof bar with view over Acropolis. Roof bar is a best place to meet amazing people from all over the world and bartender makes every night there a great experience.
The location of this hostel was incredible. Only a 20 min walk to the Acropolis, and a 5 minute walk to Monastiraki station, marketplace, shops and food.
The reason for my low rating was because the rooms were disappointingly small. We booked a 4 person...More
US$30 - US$103 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Side-by-side neighbourhoods Psirri and Gazi provide some of the city’s prime nightlife. The almost claustrophobic streets of Psirri feature an interesting blend of original small businesses with the restaurants, cafés and bars that have recently sprouted up. The central artery of Agion Anargiron Street has lively places to eat or drink. Further west, you can visit the peaceful ancient cemetery of
Keramikos, then cross busy Pireos Street to find yourself in Gazi. With the huge Technopolis performance and art complex converted from old gasworks at its heart, you really have to come at night to appreciate this maze of bars at its best, although a daytime stroll will allow you to admire the excellent street art.