Amalia Hotel

Address: 10 Amalias Avenue, Athens, Attica, 10557, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Syntagma Square area of Athens, is near Erechtheion, Temple of Olympian Zeus (Stiles Olymbiou Dios / Olymbion), Syntagma Square, and The Jewish Museum.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsAmalia Hotel Athens

    Reviewed by eric.burns

    Well Positioned Hotel

    Reviewed Jun 30, 2013
    by (8 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    Nice hotel situated right in the heart of Athens.
    Room was spacious but we did pay for a deluxe room.
    Breakfasts were good but cooked items EG egg and bacon were always cold.
    Internet service was poor considering that they charged Five euros for each 24 hrs.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Amalia Hotel Athens

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Athens

    All greek to us

    A travel blog entry by lamondg on Aug 03, 2014

    12 photos

    ... for example, the evil Ottomans who “occupied” Greece for four hundred years were “great Turkish heroes” when we were in Istanbul a few days ago.

    The temperature keeps climbing throughout the day so, by the time we have visited the museum, had lunch and wandered the tourist shopping strip of the Plaka, we’re all feeling a bit hot and tired. Effie is still pouring out ...

    Greece Day 6-5/31/2014

    A travel blog entry by morganingreece on May 31, 2014

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... served as a public market and gathering point in antiquity. One of the most amazing features of the site was its historical relevance as the meeting place of Socrates and other philosophical figures.

    Lunch was outdoors at an Athenian restaurant called Karyatis. I know I say this every day- But this was BY FAR our best meal. It was an absolute feast! There was a large communal plate of pita, and an outpouring ...


    A travel blog entry by krackenrod1888 on Jan 23, 2014

    ... point in Athens and the view was amazing. Luckily, Tim was able to quote Dr. Camp and this is me stealing his quote:

    "Once you see one ancient temple in Greece you have seen them all. But the Parthenon is not just another temple. This temple was built by geniuses. The intricate carving and sloping of stone and marble is the work of incredible men."

    I can barely travel abroad. Touche Greeks. You still ...


    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Oct 02, 2013

    We slept in, probably because it was such a late night. Another tasty breakfast upstairs. We went out to see the temple of Olympian Zeus, the one major feature on our tickets that we had not yet seen. The columns were very impressive (Corinthian), and I liked the fact that one was tipped over. We returned to the hotel via the park.

    After checking out, we rode the Metro to Piraeus (changing trains briefly). We ...


    A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Aug 19, 2013

    106 photos

    ... relatively. It was nothing compared to the crowds of Paris. Unfortunately the renovations that were supposed to be completed in 2004 are still going on, so there was scaffolding and construction equipment strewn about the ruins, making the view slightly less photogenic. Still, the Parthenon and Acropolis are pretty impressive, especially considering the shape they're in after almost 2500 years and countless wars. After a little time in Athens I am my way northwest towards ...