Athens Pagration Youth Hostel
75 Damareos Str. Pagrati
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Pagration Youth Hostel for backpackers is one of the founding members of the Greek Youth Hostel Organization. It has been open, all year round for over 35 years!
This is a family operated enterprise which ensures personal attention to the guests and as the manager speaks many languages ( especially English, Spanish and Italian) you will have no problem finding out any information you need. It is a nice, safe, clean and friendly place to stay and relax. It is renovated all the time in order to be more comfortable for you. The Hostel offers the comforts of a home near the heart of the city of Athens.
We are recognised and recommended by many travel guides ( Let's Go, Lonely Planet, Rough Guide, Guide du Routard, etc)
We offer several facilities which make life easy for our guests, such as: central heating in the winter months, colour TV, table games, luggage storage, kitchen facilities, exchange book service, safe deposit for valuables, information desk, free maps, bus and train timetables, washing machine and dryer, hot water on a 24hour basis -coin operated, no curfew, open-air yard
Also there are dorm rooms just for females.
Pagration Youth hostel is located in Pagrati, a nice neighbourhood of Athens, one of the best residential areas in the city. It is a very safe area and your security is further enhanced by security cameras at the entrance a residential manager and every guest is given a key to their room .
The Hostel is a 15 minute walking distance from the main square, Syntagma and many other sites of tourist interest such as:
-the Residence of the President of Democracy,
-the Kallimarmaro Stadium where the first Olympic games of modern times took place,
-the old quarters of Plaka and many others places.
Around the Hostel there are many cheap internet-cafes, supermarkets ( LIDL, DIA, CHAMPION), cinemas, shopping centres, pharmacy (in the next building), and a lovely street full of cafes, tavernas and bars which are popular with Athenians.
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It's very inexpensive, and you get what you pay for. You have to pay 50 cents to get 7 minutes of hot water in the shower. They ask a 10 euro deposit for the linens, which is one pillow case and one sheet, both rather worse for the wear, and no covers or top sheets. It was a bit of a hike away from the main sites. One of the staff people was very nice, but the other was rather awkward and odd, and wasn't very helpful. I wouldn't stay here again.
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