Cheap hotel in Athens, Greece
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"Solid service, great location, concrete slab bed"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Oct 9, 2012
The Kimon is a clean, quaint, budget hotel with a super location right in the heart of Plaka. The 24/7 service was extremely friendly and efficient. The shower had abundant, instantly hot water. The in-room high-speed wi/fi was free and better than most 5-star hotels'. The view from the roof is amazing. The tiny single room was spotless, the powerful A/C and little cathode-ray tube color cableTV both worked perfectly. The only drawback was the bed - hard as a concrete slab. I'd stay here again, but would have to bring my own foam mattress.
"Close to everything"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Sep 11, 2012
Nice, clean budget hotel. Walking distance to Monastiraki and Syntagma, and all the must-see sights like the Acropolis. You can take the express bus to the airport from Syntagma. Even includes breakfast. Staff is pleasant and helpful.
"Great budget option in Athens"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jun 26, 2012
The location of Cosmos hotel is very convenient, a few step from the Metaxourgio metro station (take the Diligianni exit, and the hotel sign in down the block). The neighborhood is middle class, returned at night a couple of time feeling completly safe. The hotel offers a free internet station, which is great. The room was more than adequate for the price; both room and bathroom were spotless, constant hot water. There is a nice fruit and veg market up the street a few times during the day, and several coffee shop and restaurant nearby. Several offices of international buses to Turkey, Albania etc near the metro station, which makes it even more convenient if you are going that way.
"Good budget option"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Oct 9, 2011
The service at this hotel was outstanding, and it was a great deal for the price--plenty of room, and even a balcony.
Two major negatives:
(1) paper-thin walls. The folks in the room next to us one night were up late, and it sounded like they were in the room with us.
(2) the neighborhood is not the best. The Omonia area is where many illegal immigrants end up, and a lot of them are on the street (along with substantial police presence) much of the time.
In our five day stay, we were only uncomfortable in the surrounding neighborhood once or twice, but if you're wary of that sort of thing, you probably won't like walking out the front door.
All that said, we were pleased with the experience, and would probably stay there again if we return to Athens.
"Hotel Diethnes - convinient and inexpensive"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Sep 12, 2011
Stayed there twice during my two times in Greece and both time had an excellent experience. Hotel is close to metro and suburban railroad, which is perfect for getting around - unless they are on strike. Room are comfortable and breakfast is ideal for a quick start on the day.
"Hotel Nicola - Good Value and Service"
Reviewed by Stefan Z of "Philadelphia, PA" on
Jun 14, 2011
The Hotel Nicola is a straightforward, good value European-style hotel. I stayed there with my girlfriend for two nights. The room was entirely satisfactory: comfortable beds, working AC, balcony, TV, hot water in the showers (not always a sure thing in Greece). The hotel isn't particularly close to central Athens -- 15-20 minute walk plus two stops on the subway -- but that's why it's cheap. The staff recommended a local restaurant just a couple of blocks away and it was one of the best places we went in Athens. The park across the main street is also really pleasant, nice for walking and fills up with families and kids playing soccer in the evenings. The included breakfast was ample and tasty.
Minor complaints: The safe in the room didn't work, and the free WiFi didn't reach up to the fourth floor where our room was. The hotel's a little hard to find, and there's a tree growing in front of the sign that makes it harder.