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TravelPod Member ReviewsNew Hotel Athens
We spent five nights in a superior room, with breakfast included. We had an 'evil eye' room which was wonderfully decorated, clean and comfortable, if not that spacious. Comfortable bed, good aircon and free wifi appreciated. Small little things were missing from housekeeping but promptly dealt with once we notified reception.
We arrived early and the staff were very welcoming, offering us drinks of water on arrival and they did their best to arrange for us to check in early, after only a little wait.
Hotel is decorated in wonderful, modern, creative decor from the lobby, throughout the rooms, to the roof top. Loved the use of recycled materials used so creatively throughout the design. One of the best contemporary designed hotels we have stayed in.
Perfect location, in the centre of Athens, walking distance to most main sites and Plaka area.
Enjoyed delicious breakfast daily, good selection with eggs made to order to your liking. Also had dinner in the restaurant downstairs which we enjoyed. Dinner on the rooftop restaurant which much the same, except with wonderful views.
Roof top terrace is a great place to relax for a drink in the evening after a busy day, with great views over Athens.
Staff were always friendly and helpful.
We really enjoyed our stay and would stay again.
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