I stayed at the Amalia for 3 nights for a work trip. The hotel is in a great, safe location - it lacks some of the colour of Athens daily life which you'll find elsewhere, but it's very central and in a good neighbourhood. Close by are tram and metro stops, and the airport bus. Across the street are the green and leafy National Gardens.
Staff were friendly and helpful (although they did turn away a courier delivery due to a misunderstanding) and helped us with booking taxis etc. The rooms themselves, although quite small were comfortable and well furnished, with good sized and well equipped bathrooms.
The buffet breakfast, included in our rate, offered a good selection and was a nice bonus.
The downsides? No facilities for making drinks in the rooms (and a cup of coffee on room service costs 6 euros!). And perhaps more importantly, the extortionate charges for internet access - 25 euros per day, which particular for business travel may be an important deciding factor.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Commercial 7-story Hotel in the center of the city, facing National Garden, just off Constitution Square. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Amalia Hotel Athens