Clean hotel, comfortable room and very nice modern bathroom. Excellent breakfast
Wonderful rooftop restaurant / patio with the best views of Acropolis. Friendly bar staff
Not the best neighbourhood (little run down), but overall good experience
cultural heart of Athens. city. links. and shopping districts. attractions of the Novus City Hotel.More
We returned to the Stanley Hotel 28 years after our honeymoon there and we weren't disappointed. After an initial mix up over the room ( I had requested smoking/king size bed) which was quickly dealt with we were more than happy with the accommodation. The (included) breakfast is generous and the rooftop bar, restaurant and swimming pool a great place to relax after a hot and dusty day sightseeing.
Traveller from Norwich, UK
Hotel Stanley - overlooking Karaiskaki square of Athens. Operating since 1964 - A class - 4 stars within minutes to the …More
On our first stay we were upgraded and the rooms were fantastic , however on returning the rooms were so small there was no room for a suitcase and the bathroom only big enough for 1 person. Breakfast was just ok
Hotel stay was very good. excellent breakfast. only problem - fire alarm went off on 4 nightsd out of the 5 we stayed, at various times of the night/morning. We understood there was a problem, but was not fixed while we were there. Staff were very helpful about places to eat, how to travel etc. Would def use again.
Couldn't fault the room or the staff. Suited our needs and exceeded our expectations. Had a minor issue with the security of the initial room and the hotel staff couldn't have been more attentive in resolving this.
Traveller from Swansea
Achillion Hotel is situated in the business centre of Athens- just 200 meters away from Omonia Square. It has been recently …More
I loved the location because it was easy to jump on the metro and go anywhere. It looked nice but it seemed as if the floors weren't cleaned on a regular basis. Also there seemed to be something going on with the ceiling in the bathroom (mold?) Other than that I was very comfortable.
The great thing is that the staff was friendly and spoke English. A few went out of there way to make sure that I was taken care of. The WIFI was great which I wish I could say for some four star hotels I've stayed in. They also offered for me to stay at their partner hotel if I didn't feel comfortable in the neighborhood since I was a lady travelling alone. The neighborhood wasn't that bad. I suppose most people would think it was bad because it isn't as pristine as the rest of the city and there are many immigrants in the area. A lady at the hotel had a her purse stolen. I made sure I had my purse/backpack securely in my grip and was aware of my surroundings at all times as I would in any city. She had her purse stolen the first day. I stayed there almost 3 weeks without any problems.
If I needed an inexpensive place in Athens I would stay there again.
Pleasant stay at Hotel Nafsika and i would stay there again. In addition to seeing the city's historic sites it was well worth taking a bus to the delightful coastal town of Nafplio for a great day out in the Peleponnese, just 2.5 hours from Athens
Traveller from Guisborough, UK
Nafsika hotel is a 3 star hotel, close to National Museum in the heart of Athens, and only 50 meters from the metro station …More
A neighborhood in Athens, Metaxourgio is a place full of transition. Once home to laborers, the neighborhood is now multicultural and undergoing mass urban-gentrification. It is close to Karaiskaki Square and has its own metro stop, Metaxourgio, that can whisk visitors to central Athens.