Our family was here for 3 days in April. Any staff we worked with were friendly and helpful. We had a large room on the 4th floor (403). There was a funk when we got there (I would blame the smell on 100 year old pipes), but an open window cleared it out. The window we opened was a view of a full moon over the Acropolis, great way to start a trip. It was a room with a view and balcony on the other side, sleeping for 4 and bathroom in the room.
Jet lag had us sleeping in until 11:30 the first morning and the staff was still willing to make up our room into the afternoon, even though they were trying to wrap up for Palm Sunday. Breakfast was tasty the day we made it down. Our last morning we were leaving about 6 AM and they offered a small starter breakfast of toast and jam, coffee and juice.
I do feel bad for rooms 110, 111, 112. They are on the first floor that everyone walks past at all hours. It is directly outside the breakfast area we took our early morning breakfast. We can try to be quiet, but church mice we are not.
Some rooms are en-suit, others have a private bath, but it is down the hall.
The location was walking distance to everything, and we saw everything we could.More
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included