Mid-Range hotels in Athens, Greece
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"Right in the Center"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Mar 27, 2014
I stayed at the Pan for 3 nights as I visited Athens and Corinth (a nice one day tour by rental car). The hotel is convenient to almost everything and because I like to walk I walked to the Acropolis and surrounding Ancient Sties, the Archeological Museum, and up and down the many, many pedestrian streets with great restaurants and shopping. The Pan Hotel was clean, the desk clerks helpful, the breakfast was good (simple, typical European) with great coffee and juice. The elevator is small but better than walking up 8 floors! The rooms are not recently decorated but clean and comfortable. I will book the Pan next time I'm in Athens. The price couldn't be beat.
"Good Small hotel"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Mar 12, 2014
Nothing to fancy, Even if they keep the door openThey don't do the minimun maintenance after the terrace in the winter wich otherwise had great views. Hotel stuff is very good and some rooms have nice views. I would recommend it. but needs lots done to be great. Thnaks
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 22, 2014
This was our second stay at Hotel Arion. We enjoyed it so much the first time, we decided to return! Unfortunately this room lacked a view of the acropolis as our first room had, and there was a GIANT group of teenagers staying in the hotel, which is no fault of the hotel itself. We love the staff, especially Alfred, Stavros, and the women who worked in the kitchen. Breakfast was lovely, and the location cannot really be better--especially for a first trip to Athens.
"convenient location and beautiful view"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Oct 25, 2013
Hotel itself isn't that great. We stayed there two separate times for a total of 3 nights. Front desk staff is ok, nothing impressive and they definitely don't go out of their way. The guy who serves at the rooftop restaurant is extremely nice and he would definitely go out of their way, he even offered to take our picture with the acropolis as a background. Rooms smell like cigarrette and since both times our rooms faced the street it was really noisy. On the plus side it is walking distance to the acropolis, five minutes walking to the metro station, definitely locations is extremely convenient and saved us a lot of money on transportation. Breakfast is served at the rooftop restaurant which has a wonderful view of the acropolis. It is pretty romantic as well at night and view is incredible. If I was to stay here again would definitely just be for the location convenience and the incredible view. A few people did warn us that the area was not very safe, they said there was no problem during the day but try not to be out too late.
"Susprisingly better than I thought"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Oct 22, 2013
The room was very big. So was the bathroom and shower. Just fine for 1 night. I would stay there again. The AC unit was loud. The tub water backed up during my shower. Tiny inconviences. GREAT location to see Athens.
"Great location, OK room"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Oct 12, 2013
Great location close to major attractions. Nice outside area to people-watch on what is primarily a walking street. Very helpful staff, good breakfast, and nice common areas. The rooms are clean but shabby. Miniature shower stall was claustrophobic. Note that location shown on Fodor's map is not even close. Within 150 yards of Thission metro station, so easy to reach from airport.
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Oct 10, 2013
Actually, this review is written for Best Western Museum Hotel. Pythagorion Hotel was temporary closed for business. We found out when we arrived at the hotel. There was a note posted on the window that said we were to be transferred to Best Western Museum hotel. We were very disappointed and distressed about the situation because we were not warned in advance about the hotel closure. But fortunately it was a smooth transfer because we were still with our tour bus so the bus driver took us there. It turned out to be that the Museum hotel was a better hotel because it was right next to the National Archaeological Museum and a bit safer location. The staff was all very pleasant, helpful, welcoming and accommodating. We appreciated the great hospitality and service of the Museum Hotel.