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Above average, OK breakfast, big room with distinct and expensive furniture but old carpet with a broken chair in the corner and broken electric sockets with cables sticking out, huge bed but not very comfortable mattress
As we walked from the bus to our hotel, dragging our suitcases up the torn up streets of Piraeus, I was very apprehensive. In the middle of this rather run down area sat this lovely hotel. I breathed a sigh of reel and checked in....More
We stayed for one night before visiting Spetses. We had a huge room with a massive balcony which we loved. It's true there is no furniture on the balcony which is a shame but we just moved the two chairs from the room out there...More
We selected the hotel at random on Expedia, not knowing what to expect. Our driver told us it is the best in Piraeus, where we were stopping overnight before boarding a cruise. We could not have been more pleased. The room was fine, comfortable and...More
There was a Young man that works there helping with the luggage that was a dream come true , he spoke perfect English and every time we needed to go somewhere specific with a taxi he would talk to the drivers and he got us...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Business Centre with Internet Access
Things to do
US$70 - US$119 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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For tours, you could walk down to the metro station, catch the train to Syntagma (need to change lines at Monastariki), and take a hop on hop off bus tour. There are a couple of companies that run tours of the main... More
For tours, you could walk down to the metro station, catch the train to Syntagma (need to change lines at Monastariki), and take a hop on hop off bus tour. There are a couple of companies that run tours of the main sites.
The hotel restaurant is fine. If you walk out the front door, turn right, then walk down the first laneway on the left, about 100metres along in the right is a quaint restaurant serving authentic Greek dishes. Very affordable prices, but I can't remember the name.