x The average starting price for a place to stay in Thessaloniki is £38 per night.
emmadotcom I can't believe anyone would stay anywhere else in Thessaloniki. Our four bed dorm really was a private two bed and the lady at reception was one of those amazingly sincere kind and beautiful people that make traveling worth while. Can't recommend enough.
Konstantinou Melenikou 9 ThessalonikiExcellent 91%
anastasia.twigg The best thing about Rent Rooms was the staff team. They were helpful and knowledgeable about the area and showed an interest in us as individuals. The atmosphere was relaxed and laid back. My one improvement would have been to have more choice in the breakfast menu or to have the option of a reduced nightly rate without breakfast.
btbergler Hotel Avra was a lovely place for my family to stay! The communication was great before and during our stay. They worked very hard to meet our needs and went out of their way to accommodate us! The location and newly renovated rooms were beautiful! We would definitely return, and recommend it to anyone who travels to the Thessaloniki area!
perlo-free Good, cheap hotel. I got what I paid for, which was a fairly basic room with a shared bathroom, at a much, much lower price than one would otherwise be able to find - naturally they have ensuite for a higher price, and if you're looking for the lap of luxury, this is not the place for you to go! But everything was clean and in good order, and the staff were very friendly and helpful. One Euro for a Greek coffee must also be the best price you're likely to get in a hotel! Overall, very good value for money. The location is very central, convenient for all the major places one might want to go, but one word of warning is that as it is on a very major road, Egnatia Street, there is quite a lot of traffic noise, so it depends how much that is likely to bother you. I didn't have problems sleeping, at any rate.
sophiekavo Good value if you are just looking for a relatively comfortable bed to sleep it at the end of the day. Not so good for those with their own vehicle and find Thessaloniki's roads a bit busy/harrowing as the hotel is right in middle of city traffic and parking is on another block. Hotel is a bit on the shabby side - our room looked a bit tired and was in need of a repaint. Staff could be friendlier/more helpful but then, you get what you pay for. Dont have too high expectations and you should be ok.
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