Kissos Proteas hotel in Athens is a 3 star hotel located in a quiet area close to city center of Athens, and only 400 meters from the metro Ampelokipi, with easy access to all local tourist attractions.
Proteas hotel has 22 newly renovated double rooms in warm, natural tones and soft lighting. Breakfast is not included in the price of the accommodation.
The hotel provides a 24-hour reception and a small bar where you can enjoy your coffee after a long day in the city, a lift, Wifi Internet connection.A left-luggage office and a safe are also at guests’ disposal. The hotel offers wheelchair access and free accommodation for children under 5 years of age who do not require their own bed.
The rooms are well equipped with air-conditioning and heating, a TV with video channels free of charge, a full length mirror, a bathroom, wireless internet connection, a direct dial phone
From the airport: Take the metro from the airport and go to Ambelokipi metro station directly, using the blue line
From the port of Piraeus: Take the metro from the port and go to Monastiraki station, then change the line and take the blue line and go to Ambelokipi metro station.
From Ambelokipi metro station: Take Alexandras street with direction to city centre, and walk about 250 meters and you will meet Ipokratous street on your left. Turn left and walk Ipokratous street and after 50 meters, you will meet Lambrou Katsoni street on your right hand, where the hotel is located.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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