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This hotel is located in the heart of old Athens, opposite the Acropolis and just metres from Thissio, the ancient agora and the forum. It is set on the pedestrian street of Apostolou Pavlou, an ideal base from which to explore the city and all of its great monuments. Thisseion urban train station is 50 metres from the hotel. Guests can enjoy all the standard facilities of a city hotel. With simple and functional accommodation, the hotel provides guests with a pleasant base from which get to know Athens. Easily accessible and air- conditioned throughout, it offers an entrance hall with a 24-ho...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Reviewed 8 november, 2021
Stay well clear of this hotel, the staff are rude and the rooms are disgusting. The room smelled like cigarette smoke, the shower was disgusting, the toilet had cigarette ashes, the bed sheets were stained, the towels were stained, the floor felt greasy, the mirror was dirty and the overall hotel was very dirty.
Reviewed 9 october, 2021
It's hard to say something good about this hotel. €69 per day for the room in quite bad condition it's misunderstanding. Furniture worn out, the bed linen has holes, broken and dirty shower, mold on the shower wall, broken ceramic sink. Breakfast included. Well, I can't say bad word about the food. Normal, tasty breakfast, unless hot meals like scrambled eggs and sausages were cold. Good localisation, near to coffees, restaurants, small shops with souvenirs. We have been sleeping even in worse places but in this case value for money I can't rate this place higher. We are thinking to visit Athens again but we will choose different hotel.
Reviewed 8 october, 2021
On my first evening I started hearing strange noises and when I turned on the lights I saw 2 LARGE size Rats running from the bin, the rats try to pull the wrappers from the bins. In the morning I complained at the reception and with Just a smile the manager told me they are trying to remove the Rats and they are sorry for Inconvenience, Good Bye. So bottom line only Stay here if you can share your room with RATS a lots and lots of them
Reviewed 30 july, 2021
We stayed in the wretched Phidias hotel on the first part of our trip around Greece. When staying there a lot of jewellery went missing from our room, approximately €1500 worth. A lot of the missing pieces of jewellery were very sentimental and the hotel took no responsibility for the jewellery. They were very rude when approached about it. The police were informed and this hotel has ruined our trip to Greece. If you value your belongings and want to enjoy Greece, I thoroughly recommend to stay well clear of this hotel. I encourage everyone to look at all the other bad reviews and avoid this hotel. There's plenty of great places to stay in Athens and this has to be one of the worst.
Two nights in Athens
Reviewed 26 july, 2020
We were upgraded on arrival. Adequate breakfast considering circumstances . Delightful female staff ...really lovely. Hotel ideal for historic sights near many restaurants and close to tube. Would recommend for short stay in the city.