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

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