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New York, New York
November 29, 2006
From journal Opa, Athens!
March 27, 2004
Don't do the breakfast. There are 2 milkbars nearby; one is called 'Everest,' a chain spread all over the city. You can breakfast with exotic pies or breads and big greek coffee for only 0.7 Cents.
From journal Coctail of chaos and beauty
June 11, 2002
The decent-sized rooms at the Attalos have features like air-conditioning, cable television, and a little bathtub. You can take the elevator up and walk down if you wish, as there are little prints on the walls and a sitting area on each floor near the stairs. The hotel has a small lobby, which will seem smaller if the fellow at the front desk is smoking. While this is not the poshest hotel, you get good value for the 49-euro rate. You can book tours at the front desk counter (trips to Delphi, for instance) and you can store your bags as well.
From journal Bill in Greece - ATHENS
San Jose, California
September 17, 2000
The location can't be beat. It's few minutes from the touristy Plaka district, or the Monistiraki metro stop, which takes you right to the port of Piraeus. The Athens Flea Market is also right around the corner.
Rooms are around $35 for a double with air conditioning (which wasn't working when I was there). The service is indeed very good and the men working at the desk are as professional as they get.
If you stay in Athens, especially during the summer, get a room with air conditioning. It's by all means worth the extra charge.
From journal Sun-drenched July Days in Athens