This hotel is really well situated for the Acropolis being just a few minutes' walk away. We had a sidelong view of the Parthenon from our window. It's also only about a 600 yard walk from the nearest Metro station but be warned - heading up to the hotel is very steep if you have heavy baggage.
The room was really tiny with it being all you could do to squeeze through the gap between the end of the bed and the wall. Perfectly clean, although I do wonder why Greek hotels seem to mount their showers at waist height or not even have a holder at all.
Breakfast was distinctly average with the scrambled eggs being stone cold both mornings.
Given that this hotel was certainly not cheap, it struggled in a few areas and I can really only give it an average rating.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The brand new Acropolis Hill Hotel opened in fall 2010 to welcome its guests in one of the most privileged locations in the center of Athens. Close to Plaka, Syntagma square and Monastiraki and right under the sacred rock of Acropolis, this hotel offers contemporary facilities and hotel rooms, most of which feature Acropolis view from their private balconies. Acropolis Hill Hotel in Athens is the ideal choice for a relaxing stay in Filopappou, an evergreen area, a breath away from the most important attractions and museums. ... more less
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