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This has to be one of the worst hotels I have ever come across, pigs would be disgusted to stay there! Upon our arrival we go up to our room and find that the fridge doesn't work and my friends bed, there is a stain...More
Terrible hotel, terrible and strange reception staff not helpful at all, dirty sheets, make you to feel unsecure. Horrible experience and I recommend to avoid this hotel. Does not even 35 e per night. And still wonder what population-profile is adequate for?!
Alma should be seen as a hotel but as a bedsit. The location is good, just off Omonoia square, and the rooms are as cheap as it gets, but the service reflects that. On arrival, the lady at reception didn't even look at us, and...More
Just like the title, the hotel is horrible, nothing of hotel would be much more a pension. Dirty sheets and torn, floor full of hair, employee who does not speak English, inserted in street also very dirty.
Was shocked at the state of the hotel compared to photos on site. All furnishings are run down and broken, elevator scary and not worth the wait, was happy to climb the stairs. There's no bed spreads, just one thin sheet and a paper thin...More
Omonia Square is as plain in appearance as Syntagma is grand. Surrounded largely by functional blocks from the 1950s and 60s and no longer boasting its underground stalls, the square is now mostly frequented by immigrants and bargain shoppers. The most rewarding area to explore is to the south. Set off down Athinas Street, with the Acropolis gradually coming into focus in the distance, and you will get a
sense of old commercial Athens, especially at the picturesque meat, fish and vegetable markets some way beyond the City Hall. The blocks to the west of Athinas are home to many Chinese and South Asian traders, adding a multicultural atmosphere to what was until the late 1990s a very homogenous society.