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Hotel Efesos

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The Property Efesos is operated from 1960. It is 1 star property in the heart of Athens. It is a Family run Hostel.

It is an old classic building. There are 13 rooms and 30 beds. In 3 floors buildings. All rooms have colour TV and big fan. Toilet and shower is common use/shared. Wifi internet and fax service is free of charge.

The property is situated two minutes' walk from Omonia Square, in the heart of Athens. It offers easy access to all of the main sights and shops. Plaka and Monastiraki can be reached in 10 minutes approximately while the other old town areas of Psiri and Acropolis are nearby. The train from the airport runs direct to Omonia square which is close to the property.

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Highlights

  • 24 Hour Check-In
  • Linen Included
  • Luggage Storage
  • Free Internet

Important Information

Check in 12:00 AM not earlier.
Check out 10.30 AM not later.
Payment by cash.
Non show or modification are accepted one day prior arrival

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Hotel Amenities

  • 24 hour reception
  • Free Internet Access
  • Linen Included
  • Luggage Storage

general

  • Towels for Hire

communications

  • Card Phones
  • Fax Service

inroom facilities

  • Ceiling Fan

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