Wifi internet in the room was horrible !!!! The only good spot for a good signal was on the roof top. Great view of the Acropolis by the way. They need to fix that problem! I booked a renovated room. Except the bathroom. Old style. Very disappointed. It shouldn't be post pictures on the site showing an updated bathroom.
Traveller from Cape Cod, MA
Hotel Stanley - overlooking Karaiskaki square of Athens. Operating since 1964 - A class - 4 stars within minutes to the …More
If you intend to go around Athens and just need a clean place to rest, this is the best hotel to do so. The staff was very friendly. It is not as new as other hotels that we've too but the place has character and is very charming. We got a connecting room, so my husband and I had our privacy and each room has its own bathroom. We drove around downtown in a taxi and this area was actually one of the nicest.
the staff will respond to the customers. at first, i was put into a room with no hot water, fridge not working, and lots of insets. After one night, they helped me change room. Although the fridge is not working still, there are much less insects.
The wifi changes password every 3 hours.
The staff is very nice.
"Amazing accommodations for the budgeted traveler! "
Nafsika Hotel was situated in the perfect location, next to the metaxourghio metro station and an amazing cafe with the best gyros we found right across the sq. The double bed economy room is actually two twin beds but that didn't bother us much as the room was tidy and comfortable. The AC and TV were older, and didn't work up to normal standards but that was far outweighed by the friendly and helpful staff. My only complaint is that their bathroom was somewhat uncomfortably small and the plumbing had a strange smell that seemed to fill it at times, but for the price we paid I could not complain in the slightest. If you are looking for a cheap place from which you can easily explore Athens and beyond I strongly recommend Nafsika, the money we saved allowed us to do so much more within the city and even take a day trip to the Islands. If your looking for a luxury hotel, this is not the place for you - but if your not a persnickety fool and don't travel to stay in your room the entire trip, This will do just fine! easily accessible from the airport and easy access to all metro stations.
Traveller from `Boston MA
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
I booked the room some months before our departure. The price wich I booked included breakfast. It was a non-refundable rate so I got the confirmation after payment. In the confirmation Expedia informed me that the rate did not include the brekfast and I had to pay further Eur 10/day for the breakfast. I could not get my money back although Expedia misleaded me. I did not get what I paid for. After a long correspondance and some phone calls I got always the same answer, and they were not willing to solve the problem but they were very unpolite and uncooperative. It was the first but also the last that I booked at Expedia! There are a lot of other agents wich are correct. I have never experienced this kind of fraud although I booked hundreds of rooms.
The hotel is basic but clean, the neighborhood is poor but metro station is near. The stuff is trying to be polite.
The wonderful Minoa Hotel boasts a fantastic location in the centre of Athens, Greece , within walking distance of the …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.