Adonis Hotel

Address: 3 Kodrou & Vouls Streets, Plaka, Athens, Attica, 10558, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Syntagma Square area of Athens, is near Tower of the Winds, Pireos Street, Pandrossou, and Amphiaraion Archaeological Site.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsAdonis Hotel Athens

      Reviewed by jammin

      Perfect location

      Reviewed Dec 18, 2013
      by (1 review) Brisbane , Australia Flag of Australia

      We stayed at Hotel Adonis twice and it is the perfect place to stay in Athens. It's certainly not fancy or plush but the rooms are clean and quiet and the staff are wonderful. For a small hotel, they cannot do enough for you and helped us with bus tickets and taxis and day trips and were all knowledgeable about their city. Every request was met and with a big smile. In terms of location, there is none better. In the beautiful Plaka district, five minutes walk from the Acropolis, Hadrian's Arch and many other ancient sites, a couple of blocks from Syntagma Square and the Greek Parliament. The Plaka district is full of tavernas, cafes, bars, small shops, galleries and its beautiful cobbled and marbled streets meander past centuries old churches and pillars that have been standing for thousands of years. The rooftop bar and breakfast room of Hotel Adonis looks out to an uninterrupted view of the nearby acropolis, absolutely stunning especially at night.

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