Hotel Aristoteles

Address: 15 Acharnon, Athens, Attica, 104 38, Greece | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Αθήνα 1 area of Athens, is near Acropolis Museum (Museo Akropoleos), Mt. Lycabettus (Likavitos), Parliament Building (Vouli), and Ermou Street.
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          • Restaurant


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Business Services

          TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Aristoteles Athens

          Reviewed by 1024leigh


          Reviewed Mar 1, 2014
          by (5 reviews) , Spain Flag of Spain

          Not the best hostel... staff wasn't very helpful, and the location was horrible. Not near the city at all. However, it was cheap, the beds were fine, shower was fine, etc. Sufficient

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

          Reviewed by bmenke

          nothing special

          Reviewed Jan 27, 2014
          by (15 reviews) Nebraska , United States Flag of United States

          The room was cheap, I wouldn't go out at night. Great food around the corner too.

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

          Reviewed by steph_evan

          Very nice

          Reviewed Nov 7, 2012
          by (6 reviews) , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

          Very cheap, great quality for money. Some very friendly and helpful staff, simple breakfast large quantity.

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

          Reviewed by jankowscy

          all good

          Reviewed Aug 11, 2011
          by (1 review) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          no fuss, great price. clean and simple budget accommodation

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          Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Aristoteles Athens

          Excellent stay in Aristoteles Hotel


          If it were possible to leave a 200% feedback for this hotel, I would. The staff go out of their way to help their guests and are very knowledgeable on anything the traveller needs to enjoy a visit to Athens to the full. It is a very clean hotel, rooms are with showers and TV. And it is very central, I would definitely recommend it.

          Friendly and helpfull


          We have just returned from a wonderful holiday . While in Greece we stayed at hotel aristoteles 3 times and were particularly impressed with mr Christos at reseption . He was friendly courteous and very helpfull. After travelling extensively throughout Europe it was refreshing to find a hotel manager who not only spoke exellent English but who was also knowlegable and helpfull .Each time we returned it felt as we had come home.

          Many thanx for a comfortable and enjoyable stay.

          Aristoteles with Ups and Downs


          I have spent 4 nights in Greece's capital in Hotel Aristoteles. It is also understood from other reviews that there is not a concensus whether people like the hotel or not. Well, there are good and bard parts whose importance determine whether one likes the hotel or hates it. Let me explain them as follows :

          Good parts :

          + Very hospital and wellcoming staff : Special thanks to Christos. He taught us a few Greek words. We also had a chat with him regarding Turkish - Greek politics. :)

          + Very central location : Omonia square, Syntagma and even Acropolis is in walking distance.

          + The breakfast was okay, not open buffet but still fine.

          Bad parts :

          - The rooms are not so clean. My friend saw a bug in the toilet touring ... However, I can not accuse housekeeping as they were both serving the breakfast and cleaning the rooms ...

          - The shower is so small. An a bit over-weighted person can not fit in there.

          However, all these bad parts did not destroy our vacation. If you are not too much picky about the room quality [which is not a disaster], go ahead and book this hotel. However, this could be the best, you may get for the Euros you pay ...

          For your information ...


          Amazing hotel


          This place was amazing! The staff was really helpful.

          It's actually a two star hotel. It offers excellent tours around Greece for a reasonable price. It was the best place we have stayed at so far.

          Perfect location


          The staff are awesome, really friendly and helpful, breakfast is really good, location is perfect!!!

          Not bad


          Thank you very much for the friendly advice and help you gave us at the reception. We enjoyed our stay in Athens very much.

          Terrible to stay in!


          This hotel was my worst nightmare in athens, I met up with some friends from Europe and of our whole trip I must say we did not want to go to sleep there at night we took like 2 hours to try and make the a/c work. After we did, it was a challenge in trying to sleep in those military beds that I had never slept in my entire life. The door knobs were loose and their bar/computer center/lobby were all in in one! Very convenient for the owner and to top it off its in a bad side of Athens overall stay away from this "So called Hotel"

          Avoid it like the plague


          We stayed here during a 5 week trip through Europe and it was by far the worst place we stayed. It was noisy beyond description. The plumbing in the bathroom was third world. The bar that they boast on their website has been closed for 2 years because they haven't a license. THe double room we booked turned out to be 2 single beds. It was a rip off. Oh! and the credit card machine will probably be mysteriously broken so they'll only accept cash!?!

          From what I remember the rates were inexpensive but do yourself a huge favour and spend an extra 10 euro to stay elsewhere.

          Couldn't sleep


          I'm usually not very fussy about hotels but I really didn't like this place. It was in a pretty scary area of town and it was noisy. The street noise never stopped (I don't think people in Athens ever sleep) and a car alarm went off for about 10 minutes at 4am. The clientele also had me concerned. There was one guy who kept banging on a door for an hour yelling "let me in". I was scared to leave the room. There were also people slamming doors all night. I coulnd't sleep. I was wishing I had paid a bit more and stayed some place quiet. On top of all this, the bathroom was disgusting and smelled.

          Horrible Aristoteles Hotel


          We were family of four. We booked a quad room. But we were given a double room with four beds in it. The whole room was full of beds side by side with about two feet of room at the ends of the beds and same space to get to the bathroom. The Hotel is clean but shabby and breakfast was just ok. I cannot recommend this Hotel and would never even think of stayimg there again. horrible.


          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Aristoteles Athens

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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          Get to Greece!

          A travel blog entry by blonde_abroad on May 26, 2014

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          ... paying the extra dollars to stay at as the owner (Antonio) and his staff were all super friendly and very helpful in making sure you got to see the best sights in Santorini and how to get around. They also offered free tea, coffee and complaints here! The highlight of my stay here was doing the Santorini Bucket List tour with the group. The day started with visits to the famous black sand and red sand beaches and soaking up the sunshine and swimming, then onto Santo ...