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Stayed here for a pit-stop before taking a cruise. The location is great and you can easily explore the waterfront on foot. Not too far from Pier with nice restaurants. Nothing nearby the hotel. Rooms are very basic and not perfectly clean. It does the...More
Perfect if you just need a place to sleep with a proper bathroom. I stayed there for 4 nights with my mom and sister. We had one room with a queen bed and smaller additiona bed, so not much space, but we did not need...More
I stayed at Savoy for a week. Booking was done by my employers. The hotel is on main road. Its about 5 minutes walk from the cruise terminal. I enjoyed my stay at the hotel. Here's what I liked at the hotel.
Check in was...More
I missed a flight off one of the Islands due to a strike but was able to get a ticket to Pireaus on a ferry and a reservation at this hotel by an agent on the Island. Staff was very professional at this hotel. There...More
Not sure I understand some of the comments from TripAdvisor users concerning this hotel. Look, its a 3* hotel, don't expect luxury. As far as 3* hotels go, this was pretty good. I spent 2 nights here on a business trip to the Port of...More
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Booked George's Taxi for transfers to/from the Savoy hotel and airport. BUT during the stay discovered that the subway system is within a very short cab ride from the hotel. The trains go right to the airport and shopping... More
Booked George's Taxi for transfers to/from the Savoy hotel and airport. BUT during the stay discovered that the subway system is within a very short cab ride from the hotel. The trains go right to the airport and shopping areas. The only consideration is luggage. We had one carryon backpack each so we were very mobile. It was easy breezy. My only caution when taking public transport is to get directions. know the name of your stop. I found that often the stops went by 2 names. The folks at the terminals are VERY friendly and VERY helpful with this information. Inside of the train cars you will find a map with a light that illuminates for each city as you approach. Nothing to be nervous about jump in! Oh and if you are going to the Acropolis and/or Museum you can do this by subway as well. FAR cheaper than cabs. It takes a bit longer but it's a great way to see how the locals live.