This is a nice hotel although it's not in a nice area - I would not have felt safe at night if I had gone out around there. However the hotel has a lovely rooftop bar with amazing views of the Acropolis, and they do excellent food up there as well. The breakfast was also great and the room comfortable and quiet. The bar and breakfast staff were lovely. However the receptionist was unable to make eye contact and with great disdain eventually managed to answer our questions (which were hardly complex - we wanted to know where the Metro was and how long it took to get to the airport!). Overall this is fine for a brief stay and it's good value. The Metro is five minutes walk away.
Traveller from London
cultural heart of Athens. city. links. and shopping districts. attractions of the Novus City Hotel.More
We found the hotel pleasant, clean and accessible. But it has to be said the staff made the hotel an excellent experience. We found them to be very polite, friendly and we were always greeted with a smile. They were very helpful and informative of places to visit, providing maps and travel info.
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.
The hotel room was average. We kept the bathroom door close otherwise there was a sewer smell. The shower was very good nice and warm water with good pressure. We loved the rooftop bar with the view of the Acropolis helpful receptionist. Nice balcony. The breakfast was good
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.