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I stayed at Fivos for 4 nights. The air condition ping was broken, so the windows had to be kept open but didn't make a difference. The traffic was really noisey outside, but can't be helped because of the location. Closing the windows helped a...More
My boyfriend, me and two more friends stayed there for 2 nights then we went to Mykonos and Santorini. Before we check-out we asked the guy on the reception to store our luggage for half day when we come back from santorini because we would...More
Stayed here for two nights in April and it was exactly what we needed in a hotel. The location in Athens is almost unbeatable, from being next door to the metro, and 10-15 minute walk to the Acropolis. Room/ bathroom was very clean. Breakfast was...More
When I've booked my flight tickets to Athens, I've started to look for some hostels. Hotel Fivos was one of the places that attracted my attention. I've read the reviews on TripAdvisor, which were very confusing, but I gave it a chance.
I've booked one...More
Soooo noisy. Had a room on the street we had little sleep due to traffic and people all night. Also dirty because it's old. Breakfast was fine, just basics like coffee, bread, boiled eggs, jam. It was free. Staff not that good. Really unhelpful when...More
US$22 - US$52 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.