I booked this place for the location and it was fine. The staff were very helpful when I overslept after a transatlantic flight and I made both my excursions on the day before my cruise.
One man's comment about the shower amused me, because it was the first thing I noticed when I stepped in, and the doors to the shower did not fit snugly so water was all over the floor outside the stall. I had to use all but one of the towels to mop up the flood. So much for conservation. If you don't walk well this place could be a challenge, and street lighting is not their forte.
Folks, if your 'hot' food is cold, tell them, here or anywhere in the world. Don't complain on a review forum.
I sent 2 or 3 dishes back on my cruise, cold mulligatawny soup is not enticing, and I don't reckon cold scrambled eggs would be either.
I would stay here again.
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- 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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