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In a prime location in the Athens City Centre district of Athens, Acropolis City Life BH is located a 2-minute walk from Monastiraki Train Station, 200 yards from Monastiraki Square and a 5-minute... warmest welcome from the owner. felt like visiting family, in the most positive way.
The Residence Aiolou Hotel & Spa is a newly introduced modern boutique hotel housed in two beautiful buildings. The staffs were very very kind and helpful.
Ivis 4 Boutique Hotel features a fitness center, garden, a terrace and restaurant in Athens. This 4-star hotel offers a bar. Everything! Absolutely superb! The staff were friendly, the rooms extremely comfortable and the...
Well located in the center of Athens, Vasi is within a 5-minute walk of Monastiraki Square and 500 yards of Monastiraki Train Station. Wonderful balcony and outside area with a great breakfast and atmosphere.
Located in Athens and with Monastiraki Metro Station reachable within a 4-minute walk, L'Avventura Athens provides concierge services, allergy-free rooms, a terrace, free WiFi throughout the property... Clean, modern room with comfortable bed and great amenities.
Featuring a shared lounge, a restaurant as well as a bar, Hellenic Vibes Smart Hotel is located in the center of Athens, a 2-minute walk from Monastiraki Square. Polte staff. Great location . Spacious room.
Located in Athens and with Monastiraki Metro Station reachable within a 6-minute walk, Asomaton provides express check-in and check-out, allergy-free rooms, a garden, free WiFi throughout the property... Breakfast was delicious! So many things to eat and they take care of everything.
In a prime location in the center of Athens, Acropolis Vision provides continental breakfast and free WiFi throughout the property. wonderful view of the Pantheon from the roof top, very friendly and helpful staff, pretty good...
Belle Epoque Suites has a shared lounge, terrace, a restaurant and bar in Athens. Cleanliness, clean bathroom, comfortable bed, great interior design, complimentary water
Well set in the center of Athens, Ederlezi Boutique Hotel provides free WiFi throughout the property and a garden. Definitely recommend picking Ederlezi boutique hotel for your stay in athens!
Athens21 features air-conditioned rooms with satellite flat-screen TV in the Athens City Center district of Athens. Excellent location, polite staff
Athens4 features air-conditioned rooms with satellite flat-screen TV in the Athens City Center district of Athens. Greek style breakfast was fantastic. Array of Greek treats and traditional continental breakfast.
Located in the center of Athens, Mosaikon is 656 feet from Ermou Street and 1476 feet from Monastiraki Square. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. Beautiful place, great staff, great facilities.
Athesense Suites features an outdoor swimming pool, fitness center, a shared lounge and terrace in Athens. With free WiFi, this 4-star hotel offers luggage storage space. Newly renovated rooms, very clean, superb location next to city center and greek bouzoukia.
Located in Athens within a 4-minute walk of Monastiraki Train Station and 400 yards of Monastiraki Metro Station, A-13 Belle Athenes - Luxury Rooms at Monastiraki Railway Station has rooms with free... Clean , friendly environment and 5 min walk from everything
Set in Athens, 984 feet from Ermou Street-Shopping Area, The Artist Athens offers air-conditioned rooms and a terrace. Location is excellent. But the staff went the extra mile for us! Thank you so much for your efforts.
Located in Athens, within 656 feet of Ancient Agora of Athens and 984 feet of Temple of Hephaestus, Moon And Stars Athens offers a terrace. The breakfast was excellent and we loved having it on the roof terrace with views of the Parthenon.
Featuring a fitness center, a garden as well as a terrace, Athens Woo Suites is located in the center of Athens, a 5-minute walk from Ermou Street. The staff was terrific. We were treated like family or old friends.
Providing free WiFi throughout the property, Pandrosos Divine Suites is located in Athens, a 2-minute walk from Monastiraki Train Station and 300 yards from Monastiraki Metro Station. excellent location, clean and comfortable, friendly and helpful staff, close to all sites
Located in the Athens City Center district of Athens, the neoclassical Noble Suites provides elegantly decorated accommodations with free WiFi. This was a lovely hotel in every way. Very good breakfast, excellent location and wonderfully run.
Featuring a terrace, a restaurant as well as a bar, Athens Ivy Suites is located in the center of Athens, a 6-minute walk from Monastiraki Square. Excellent location, modern rooms, comfortable pillows and very friendly staff.
Offering free WiFi, A&N Athens Luxury Apartments - Ermou is located in Athens, a 6-minute walk from Monastiraki Train Station and 600 yards from Monastiraki Metro Station. Great location. The room was clean and cosy, with a well equipped kitchen.
Just a 5-minute walk from the Acropolis, the 4-star Ava Hotel and Suites is centrally located in Plaka. It offers spacious, elegantly decorated suites with a private balcony or terrace. Quiet clean hotel. Large rooms and VERY well situated. Great breakfast and verybfriendly staff.
Located conveniently in the center of Athens, The Dolli at Acropolis has air-conditioned rooms, an outdoor swimming pool, free WiFi and a terrace. Beautiful suites , excellent air conditioning in the room, exquisite roof top restaurant /...
Fantastic and must see visit - suggest going to the Acropolis museum beforehand as it all makes much more sense then. Also to avoid massive queues, check if there are large cruise ships due in that day and choose another day. Book on line beforehand, but you must ensure you get an allocated time slot on your booking (otherwise you’ll queue again when you get there - a night mare!).
Must visit location when in Athens, and a must see location to get you to go there! That said, it's very busy, hard to get to and in all honesty (for literally the flagship attraction of a whole country) not especially well presented. I would like to see more results in the restorations (we visited three times, many years apart and there is little noticeable change despite supposedly massive effort) and much more to be done to prevent a free for all of tourists just walking all over the grounds. That said, you need to go, just to see it in the flesh - and then visit the museum for great views of how it actually looked and could look if they ever restore it enough.
It is beautiful, but the line ups to buy tickets are way to long. If you buy online you better have a way to print the tickets or take a screen print and save it because there is no wifi in the area. We were in Athens in September and there were still long lineups to the attractions. Found that the cost was a little much
do not buy tickets in advance from Acropolisistickets.com is not worth it you still have to get in line to get entrance tickets cause the printed ones at home from the website are not good to enter the site the lady at the ticket booth was so rude acted like she didn't speak English and gave me only 2 tickets I purchased 3 I gave her 3 printed at home tickets when I questioned why she only gave me 2 entrance tickets she rushed me to go away when we tried to get in to the entrance they would not let us in cause we were 3 and I only had the 2 tickets I had to come back to the ticket booth and get my 3rd ticket she argued with me saying I only gave her 2 papers I said I gave her 3 she looked thru a bunch of papers she had and found the 3rd paper ticket so then she gave me the missing entry ticket no apologies nothing complete rudeness that is all I got ! total nightmare!!!!
It is true that the best time to enter is at the opening time, or at least, before 10:30, as it gets overcrowded. For someaone who likes history,is a bit disappointing, as it seems that everyone is just looking for the best spot to take a photo, and post it in social medias.
Highly recommend a private tour guide for the Acropolis and the museum, you’ll save time by getting to the front of the line and learn so many cool things! We’re so happy we did that. Btw, there’s an elevator to the top if you have a legitimate disability which opens the doors for people who have never been able to go to the top before! It’s free, too. Have the front desk of your hotel call to make sure the elevator is working (there’s been issues we heard) and get the address for your Uber or taxi ride.
This was my second visit to the Electra Palace and I brought my granddaughters (ages 14 and 15) for their first visit to Greece. I knew they would enjoy the Plaka/Monasteraki area of Athens and the hotel helped me book a private tour of the Acropolis and booked our last dinner on Lykavitos. Nikos, Dimitri, and Angeliki were amazing in helping us with every request. I love this hotel and Greece is my favorite country (lived in Athens for four years teaching). The Greek hospitality is legendary and this hotel epitomizes that ethos.
Amazing location, steps away from Acropolis Museum, Acropolis and Plaka. Loved the stroll through the Acropolis park in the evening, with amazing view of the Parthenon. Studios felt like staying in a studio apartment rather than a hotel, which we loved. We even had a balcony overlooking a side street! The staff was very friendly and accommodating. The included breakfast was plentiful and was very convenient of you have a busy site-seeing days planned.
The apartment was spotless, spacious and very well equipped. The location couldn’t have been better. The view of the acropolis was amazing, from the balcony and from our beds. Our host was super welcoming and helpful, storing our luggage after checkout and organising a taxi for us. We only stayed one night, but it is perfect for a few nights if you want the benefits of an apartment rather than a hotel while exploring Athens.
The hotel staff was great, we were even given an upgrade of our room. Location was great, waliking distance from the core neigborhoods. The rooftoop is amazing with great views of the Acropolis, and the food was really nice. We had a welcome drink which was really refreshing! Even with a family the mood of the hotel was a mix of cool hostel, but with a friendly environment. Great experience!
Very nice place in the heart of Athens. Few steps away from nice restaurants and bars. Very lively area. Close to Acropolis and other landmarks. Staff very nice, friendly and helpful. Breakfast in a brunch bar nearby, limited but not bad. Apartment spacious and comfortable. Hot water from a boiler worked well.
For a hostel, this place exceeded all expectations. Our room was extremely clean and well appointed, and we had a million-dollar view directly to the Acropolis. The view from the rooftop terrace is even better. The location is in the middle of all the Athens action, and staff was always friendly and helpful.
The hotel is extremely well located to visit old Athens. The neighborhood is very pleasant, with most main attractions within walking distance. The hotel has a superb rooftop terrace with restaurant, with stunning views of the Acropolis and the Plaka.
Our flight was delayed for the night in Athens and we had to alter plans. We were very lucky to find this hotel that was within walking distance of fun night out at the base of Acropolis! Delightful meal and great way to start our trip in Greece.
The view from the Top Floor Restaurant was awesome. A beautiful view of the Acropolis and sorrounding Athens. The location was tops, a 10 minute walk to Plaka and the Temple of Zeus in front of the Hotel. The rooms are clean and functional.
Go beyond the Acropolis and explore the Agora and Kerameikos, imagining yourself entering Athens along the road from the port of Piraeus, and following the Panathenaic Way to the Akropolis. Stop at the museums along the way to understand the significance of each site. Then visit the National Archaeological Museum to see that classical Athens is just one of Greece's many magnificent cultures.
The new Acropolis museum is a must see and a visit to the museum of Archaeology is a close second.
If you want to avoid crowds while seeing the famous sights, start out early and be at the sights when they open. I arrived at the Acropolis around 8:10 AM and there were only around 20 people on the whole compound. It was wonderful! There was a crowd climbing the hill when I descended, though!
Consider visiting Athens in May or September. May is just lovely. Spring flowers like poppies and daisies cover the hills. It's not too busy and not too hot. Remember that on holidays you are always moving so consider the weather when you make your plans. Also, research opening hours as the Acropolis is closed May 1; and other Ancient Landmarks are closed on certain days and on certain hours any other day.
The museums were free on certain days. The opening days and time of the new Acropolis museum was incorrect.
The new Acropolis museum was truly impressive with modern displays & interpretations.