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We stayed here for 5 nights in an Acropolis view room.
The location was excellent, it is minutes away from the shops restaurants and metro station of Monastiraki, and we were able to walk to most of the archaeological sites within 20 minutes or less....More
An excellent choice for those who want to stay at the centre of Athens. Unique view to Acropolis, high quality services (food, massage etc.) . Very friendly and professional stuff. Hotel is next to metro station.
We were very pleased with the central location of the hotel, lots of places to eat and drink nearby and you can literally walk to all the main sites. The room was a decent size, but we had to live out of our suitcase as...More
We had a wonderful 3 nights stay at Lotus Inn. It is newly refurbished and room is extremely clean. Breakfast was at the building just across the road but it was exceptional especially the greek yogurt which i really love. The hotel is a stone...More
We stayed in Lotus Inn for two nights. It is a newly renovated hotel. Room and bathroom were very clean and specious ( there is enought place for two) .
We booked room with Akropolis view. Room had a great view and balcony. What is...More
Monastiraki is a souvenir-hunting enclave with a difference. Apart from the dramatic backdrop of the Acropolis, its network of alleys and pedestrianized streets surround the remains of both the Greek and Roman agoras, adding the quaint concept that this is where the ancients also came to shop. Named after the tiny monastery church at its center, Monastiraki Square is a lively spot by day or night, with street
peddlers vying for your attention to sell you nuts and sweets. Down beside the metro station, the official Flea Market is an unbroken row of souvenir shops until you come to antique-oriented Platia Avissinias, while Pandrossou Street on the other side of the square offers more tourist shopping. The pedestrianized street beside the Greek Agora is lined with cafés offering fine views.