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This hotel is in a good location, walking distance to all major attractions and public transport. Rooms are normal, nothing bad or special. I had clean sheets and towels. There's a small tv in the room. Heating and cooling also worked properly. They really need...More
Great location, easy to get there (Monastiraki metro station is 2 minutes away on foot), roof terrace with an ok view of the Acropolis, and the market hall nearby. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Skip the breakfast, it was inedible. The room was somehow...More
This was a second stay in the Cecil. We chose it because of the location, it is in a very central position for all the main attractions. However since our last stay three years ago it has become quite shabby. There were odd curtains in...More
I stayed here for three nights in the end of October with my three children. We got a family room which actually was two connecting rooms sharing one bathroom. The rooms were small but clean. Nice beds but a terrible view. We were told there...More
Old building and facilities but very close to the metro station, easy access to the airport and walking distance from major tourist attraction in Athens. The large room was clean as desirable, furniture and toilet would benefit from some renewal, but well preserved. Breakfast with...More
US$58 - US$2,149 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#31 Best Value Hotel in Athens
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Side-by-side neighbourhoods Psirri and Gazi provide some of the city’s prime nightlife. The almost claustrophobic streets of Psirri feature an interesting blend of original small businesses with the restaurants, cafés and bars that have recently sprouted up. The central artery of Agion Anargiron Street has lively places to eat or drink. Further west, you can visit the peaceful ancient cemetery of
Keramikos, then cross busy Pireos Street to find yourself in Gazi. With the huge Technopolis performance and art complex converted from old gasworks at its heart, you really have to come at night to appreciate this maze of bars at its best, although a daytime stroll will allow you to admire the excellent street art.