No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of Glyfada Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Glyfada Hotel Athens
Travel Blogs from Athens
... other side of the city to get some photos of Hadrians arch before venturing in to see the colossal Temple of Zeus, it's sad how little of these magnificent temples remain it makes me wish even more that I could have been in Greece in ancient times. My next stop is the Panathenaic stadium, an olympic stadium made entirely out of marble it's very impressive to see my high light was going through the tunnel and up into a room ...
... with a care package from our hosts. Sandwiches, fruit and cake. So kind of her. She delivered it the night before when she came to say goodbye. Her niece who runs the business with her, came by later as well.
As we arrived very early, our accommodation was quite ready for us. Luckily the previous guest had left early, and our host was nearly finished preparing our apartment. We headed down the street for a ...
... our sad goodbye’s “parting is such sweet sorrow” I must have heard this somewhere, The drive to Gatwick on the M25 took 1 hour not much traffic going our way south but quite congested going north. It onlycost £52, would have been nearly double that if we had got the GatwickExpress train from Victoria plus a taxi from home to there. We were all checked in (66 kgs airline scales) and thru security including a body ...
... in the world. It is one of the most important points in Greece due to its proximity to the capital, Athens. Piraeus has been the Athenian port since ancient times. Our guide was born in Athens and knowledgable in Athenian history and beliefs. She had a great sense of humour which made the day a lot of fun. Early in our tour she referred to the orange trees that grew along the many streets in Athens. As the fruit was very sour, she explained that the only good use for ...
... specified boxes. A lot of items were reconstructed such as the amphora and categorized by which country they came from. Dr. Camp concluded with the amphora was used to transfer liquid and each amphora were slightly different by their design. We finished up with the Agora that morning and went on to give our last concert at Lycée Léonin, a Greek and French private school. Our concert began with a few English pieces and then we started in with the Greek ...