It's on a quite busy street and if, like me, you were unlucky and put on the street side of the building, you will not get a full night's sleep. Added to that is that the marbled-floored corridors magnify every footfall. And the maids start way too early. When I asked for a quiet room on the backside of the hotel, it was out of the question, even for the last two of three nights.
Charging 8 euro for the breakfast is an insult, since it was one of the worst I've had in Greece and is served in a very decrepit breakfast room.
Located in trendy Psyrri, the hotel is right around the corner from a lot of coffee places where locals hang out. The room I had was serviceable - clean, spacious enough, although not quiet. The air conditioner worked well and helped damp down the noise. The staff was by turns helpful and not helpful. When I asked for a quiet room on the backside of the hotel, it was out of the question, even for the last two of three nights. Sometimes the staff was helpful and even friendly, sometimes not so much. Goods = location and partial helpfulness.