x The average starting price for a place to stay in Athens is £48 per night.
3A Veikou St, MakrigyianniAwesome 88%
xljr We staid 3 nights (a french familly with two adults and 2 teens). If the room was surprising for us (4 single beds the same room) and the bathroom rather small, the studio was very clean. We had bread, butter, jam, tea bags and coffee every morning in a little basket. You can find a grocery, fruits and bars or restaurants, close to Athens studio. The place is very close to the Acropolis et the tube. The teams of Athens Studio & Backpackers (they have an alliance) were very friendly and gave usefull answers or help at any demand. At Backpackers, you can use a computer. An advice : take the tram to go to the beaches. Xavier et Laurence
12 Makri Street 11742 AthensAwesome 87%
jeanetta My first trip on my own and stay in a hostel for the first time ever, but have to say I have had such an amazing time that I didnt want to leave! The staff are amazing, very friendly, cool and helpful, the rooms are nice and clean, overall fantastic and def would recommend to others. Doing the island hoping for couple of weeks, but booked one more night in there before I leave Greece as I want to go back..
h_l_samayo We love the greek people since the moment we arrive and at the hotel, every one has been more than helpful with us and have us had a wonderful time every day of our stay... We want to return on spring or the beginning of autum... we will see... Thanks for everything Athenstyle...
Alex86 Pella-Inn was good in Some ways and not so good in others. For the good, the location was awesome! Right in the Plaka district. Our room literally looked out to the acropolis. Nice food restaurants very close by and a safe feel. The man at the desk was pretty cool and he offered us some pretty good advice and was generally helpful. The price was good aswell. Some of the NOT so good things were, our room looked out onto the main road which at night was unbearably load. Did not get much sleep at all. The air con sounded like a jumbo jet so we had it off but then we were forced to deal with the traffic and the sticky heat outside and mosquitos. The bathrooms were very stuffy and the floor was always one big puddle of water. So overall it had its pro's and it had its cons
samuel.bra Well I guess you get what you pay for. This hotel was very economical - I paid 40 euros for the night (in February) and the area, although a little bit dodgy, is actually well placed for getting around the city. The room was fine - everything you need, if a bit small and breakfast was ok if you're not too fussy about coffee and orange juice. Overall the price/quality ratio is pretty good.
79, Evripidou streetGreat 82%
10 Iras str. AcropolisGreat 82%
23 Notara str Athens-PiraeusGreat 81%
mulholland It is a well-run hotel with reasonably good access around Piraeus (eg. also to the old harbour/yacht basin). However, it is a little further than claimed from the Piraeus metro station and harbour gates. If you are fit it is not a problem, but otherwise don't try to do it all on foot.
Lora54Home Initially hard to find, it was in an excellent location in Athens, near a large square with the subway system and many shops and restaurants. The actual location was on a back street, and the loitering people and fast moving mopeds driven on the sidewalks were unsettling. However, this is a characteristic of Athens itself and not a reflection on the Hotel. We found the Epidavros Hotel clean and well appointed and an excellent value. The staff was multilingual and extremely friendly and helpful. We loved staying there and would come back to this Hotel if we returned to Athens in the future.
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