Hotel Carolina

Address: 55 Kolokotroni Str., Athens, Attica, 10560 , Greece | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Αθήνα 1 area of Athens, is near Monastiraki, Temple of Athena Nike, Constitution Square (Syntagma), and National History Museum (Old Parliament).
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Carolina Athens

      Reviewed by heidi.buttercup

      Everything you need

      Reviewed Apr 8, 2013
      by (2 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      Simple but clean and comfortable. This hotel is a great location, short walk to Acropolis, metro and right in the city centre so we were spoiled for choice when it came to breakfast, lunch or dinner. Breakfast is €5 but we decided to get pastries from down the street which I'm sure was a cheaper option.
      Bathroom is a good size, water pressure is excellent and nice steamy hot showers. For the price it was fantastic and we'd stay here again.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Carolina Athens

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Athens

      May 2014

      A travel blog entry by passera on May 31, 2014

      33 photos

      ... 8217;s our last safari in Africa. Apart from the logistical issues they’ve been fantastic and have been a wonderful education for the children. We’re exhausted though and can’t wait to get some rest. We stay in a lodge in the middle of nowhere near Arusha for the night before we head to the airport, Kilimanjaro airport. KAMPALA, UGANDA This is Africa. At the airport, our flight is not on the departure board, at the counter one person says it’s delayed, one says ...

      Top of the World (or at least Athens)

      A travel blog entry by bnnashton on Jan 23, 2014

      3 photos

      ... truly straight lines. The columns were created on an incline to make the structure appear larger. and they taper on a curve to remain structurally sound (imagine a cigar). In 1687, the building was bombarded by the Ottoman Empire, causing severe damage. Prior to that date, the Parthenon had held up remarkable well due to its fantastic architecture and its continued use as a Christian church.

      The acropolis itself was a place that ...

      Temples, Stadiums, and Hills

      A travel blog entry by andbrown on Oct 27, 2013

      2 photos

      ... On the way back, we noticed the Seabourn Spirit was also in the port. We last saw that ship in Mykonos. We had some lunch and relaxed on board for the remainder of the afternoon. The Captain's Club (repeat cruisers club) had the Senior Officers' cocktail party where you can get a picture with the captain and meet the senior officers from 7:45 until 8:30. We wanted to attend so we headed for an early dinner at 6:15. Wow, was dinner service slow tonight. We didn't get out of ...

      Athens & yummy dinner!

      A travel blog entry by remy.ellicott1 on Jul 07, 2013

      ... the acropolis haha, Parthenon being renovated, amazing view of Athens & Greek flag. Sore ears and headache. City bus tour. Olympic stadium. •Arrived at bad hotel & showered. Massive long walk to dinner through the nightlife. •Dinner up a cute hill with fairy lights- yummy tzatziki & meat, Greek dancers and music playing, everyone up to dance, nano drinking all the red wine, great atmosphere. •Took anti hestimines & passed ...

      Antiquities, Indoors and Out

      A travel blog entry by nz2008 on May 30, 2013

      6 comments, 5 photos

      We promised ourselves a slightly slower pace today, and we followed through. We began at the ancient Agora, the ruins of the cultural center of ancient Athens, which sits below the Acropolis. The highlight for me was the restored Stoa, which is a kind of ancient mall or marketplace where people strolled and shopped. In the 1950s, the main one was restored by the American College of Classical Studies, and it is lovely. Some of the market stalls have been repurposed as ...