Well-located in the heart of Athens and two steps from the Plaka district and the Acropolis, this hotel is primarily for small budgets. But to make your dream holiday come true, you must definitely venture out of your room and out of the hotel. Because the architecture, the furniture or the decoration will not exceed in magnificence the scenery that you have certainly come to seek in Athens. This hotel is first of all functional.
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It is located in the heart of Athens, on Omonia Square. The subway and the bus stop are nearby. It takes a good half an hour to reach the Acropolis, heading south and crossing the Plaka district.
The rooms are quite spacious for a hotel of this class (an average of 215 ft²). Air conditioning, double-glazed windows (not effective), a telephone with direct international dialling, ? small balcony, ? bathroom with ? shower and toilet, represent the amenities in each room. All rooms overlook Omonia square, which is not - it must be noted - the most interesting part of the part! Moreover, the incessant noise of the traffic permeates the room despite the double glazing and the Spartan bedding results in sleepless nights for insomniacs!
The hotel, built in 1974, is a large building of nine floors, housing 208 rooms and having a maximum capacity of 450 beds. Do not expect architectural prowess. The decoration and furnishings date considerably back in time to the age of its construction, at the beginning of the 1970s. Nevertheless, regular renovations have kept the place clean and pleasant. The hall suffers from a lack of space and quickly becomes overcrowded when groups arrive loaded with their luggage. The hotel also includes a banquet room and conference rooms. Remember that you can leave your valuables in the safe at the reception.
The restaurant serves buffet style in the morning, at noon and in the evening. On the menu: Greek and international cuisine with a fine selection of Greek wines, all of average quality, in a setting that needs a little rejuvenation.
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