The people who run this place know that they don't have a state-of-the-art facility. It's a small, old hotel. But, the staff are so nice. Whatever the hotel lacks, they make up for it with excellent customer service.
When we arrived in Athens, we were ill-prepared how to get around the city. John, one of the guys manning the front desk, taught us how to go to the subway to get to Acropolis, where to buy transit tickets, and he even taught us how to go back to the airport via bus so that we don't have to spend so much on taxis.
When we broke one of the glasses in the room, they didn't ask us to pay for it.
They offered us a wake-up call because we had to leave very early the next day for Santorini.
They allowed us to check in super early in the morning without hesitation.
The location of the hotel is a bit far from the airport, but the commute is comfortable. You only need to take 1 bus ride (bus X96 or X97) from the airport to the hotel and vice versa. And, the bus stop is right in front of the hotel. Since the bus stop is so near, you can easily go to the subway (take bus 171 or X96 to Elliniko Station). Once you get to the subway, it's super easy to get around Athens.
To be fair to other tourists looking into this hotel, I would have to mention that they don't have an elevator and the rooms are on the 3rd floor and you have to carry your own luggages to your room.
If you're looking for cheap accommodation for a short stay, you should consider this hotel. If not, then you're better off going to a more luxurious hotel near the city centre.