Hotel Zinon

Address: 3 Keramikou & Zinonos Street, Athens, Attica, 10437, Greece | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Αθήνα 1 area of Athens, is near Parliament Building (Vouli), Kolonaki, Psiri, and The Sanctuary of Artemis.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Zinon Athens

Not too bad at all...

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We stayed at the hotel for a few days in June this year. The hotel is pretty good for the price. We especially like the flat panel tv in the room. The bathroom, like all hotels in Greece it seems, was small, but cleaner than most we had had during our trip.

The neighbourhood surrounding the hotel is not clean and some may find it scary, but we had no problems at all and found some good restaurants and shopping nearby.

The room had no view at all (a cement wall) and was small, but clean and relatively new. Breakfast was pretty standard, too, but there was something for everyone (and we're picky).

We couldn't get the same rate as we got on the internet when we asked about returning to the hotel a few days later, so we switched to another.

Nice little hotel, horrid neighborhood

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The other reviewers failed to mention how awful the immediate neighborhood is here. While the hotel itself was perfectly fine to nice (clean, well-maintained, fresh paint, nice tiling), and the desk staff were particularly good (better than some luxury places we've been), you can't overlook the stinking piles of trash on the street corner, the graffiti, and the people hanging around, the boarded up neighbors. We took a cab back at night because we felt unsafe. Zononos is a busy, even lively, but dirty street leading to Omonia Square, with food shops, good for cheap eating. But I would not recommend staying in this area south of Omonia; go north & east, stay closer to Syntagma in the plaka or just north of there. The location is good only in the sense that you could walk to the plaka or hop on the metro at Omonia. The street noise was not completely blocked by closing the windows & drapes, but mostly. The AC worked fine too.

Good Value for Money.

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Very good value for money, paid £53/ night through Hotelclub. For once this was a hotel that was exactly as advertised. The rooms were clean and comfortable and the breakfast was sufficient. I found the area ok, so long as you stick to the main roads on an evening when walking around Athens. The staff were pleasant and vey helpful. Only criticism being that it was a bit noisey as the walls are pretty thin.

All in all, a very pleasant stay. I would definatley recomend it to anyone wanting a base to explore Athens and is not planning on spending too much time in the hotel.

Great little place

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We had some great time in Athens. The hotel was clean and tidy and the hotel staff was more than helpful. They gave us great advice of how to get around, suggesting restaurants and places to visit.

Very pleasant all the time and willing to give answers to our questions.

As for the hotel location, it is exaclty in the center of the city, close to touristic attractions and all means of transportaions.

Great value overall. Congrats to the owner for making the correct choices on running this nice little hotel.

Good basic hotel

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We only stayed in this hotel overnight as a stopover for another flight but it was fine. The room was very nice and modern with very good reception service and good bathroom. At the end of the day it is a best western so you get what you pay for...not the Hilton but clean and well above basic standards. We only paid 80 euros with breakfast.

Bathroom was very small but nice and modern so not really a problem. Actually really liked the hotel and was perfect for a stopover. Do not think I would have wanted to have stayed here for too much longer simply because i like more luxurious hotels and the location of the hotel is not the best. It is fine as you get taxis into town but our two taxi drivers both warned us that we were not in a good part of town. I would not recommend walking around this area at night if you can help it.

Overall Good Hotel

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Good Hotel, Good Price, Good Location. Hotel has been fully remolded and rooms look very nice, though they are small. The patio in our room was giant, but it had no patio furniture to be able to enjoy it. Elevators are old and small but work great. Staff was super friendly and helpful. Breakfast was also good. I would recommend it to anyone.

Perfectly fine, budget hotel.

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Our 8th floor room was a bit small, but we had a large terrace that was about the same size (or larger than) the room. However, the terrace had no furniture and the air quality in Athens bothered us, so we didn't spend a great deal of time out there. The staff was very helpful in getting us booked for a tour to Delphi and in general guiding us around. The furniture in the room was comfortable, the bathroom of much classier variety than I'm used to at Best Westerns, and the AC worked great. The breakfast is not great, but it's exactly the kind you get at a BW in the States. A good value.

Good for the money

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This hotel is a very reasonably priced. We checked out yesterday (5/30) and paid only 62.50 E for 3 people. The room is very small, the air conditioning is an on/off deal and the bathroom is cramped and old, but it's close to the Metro (1.5 blocks, mostly pedestrian zone). The breakfast is very good and the staff at the front desk are extremely friendly and helpful. Won't do if you are looking for high end, but if you are on a tight budget it's a bargain.

No graet style

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If you are seeking a bare bones, neat, inexpensive place and do not care about surroundings, this is for you!!!!

As I had seen my wife off by plane that morning and was taking the train the next day, I wanted a place with relatively easy acess to the Larisa station. Therefore I chose the Zinon because of the Best Western connection. It was pragmatic.

I wouldn't suggest this place for someone arriving in Athens after a long voyage as it is quite plain & the immediate neighborhood lacks charm. But I was able to walk to two excellent non touristy restaurants during the rainy day I was there.

Richard E. Hayes

TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Zinon Athens

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Here I Go Again

A travel blog entry by 4nikkipaton on Oct 31, 2014

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... forest, deer grazing on the side of the road, and rather interestingly, a casino on the very top. It was freezing that high up, the air felt like ice and when we hilariously went off trail to pee my butt felt like it was in Korean winter all over again. But that was OK. The views made up for it. Akis drove me back to the city and I met some interesting people in my dorm to have dinner with, sampling some authentic Greek gemista - that was stuffed green peppers in my case ...

Days 4, 5 & 6

A travel blog entry by jessgaltry on Oct 12, 2014

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... sunset but not amazing like we'd been told to expect. Unfortunately there was a bit of cloud but was still nice to experience it. It set about 6.40pm and we wanted to get back for the 7.00pm bus. This should've been plenty of time except for the sea of people trying to also get back! We were like sneaky ninjas weaving our way through people and made the bus by the skin of our teeth! We got back to Fira and walked back up to see view of buildings lit up at night. It was absolutely ...

Yassas from Athens and Aegina

A travel blog entry by rieann on Sep 09, 2014

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... paleochora and a bit of Aegina Town. BEAUTIFUL turquoise waters. Calm, shallow ocean for atleast 50 feet out from the shore. We found ourselves considering ditching Athens and staying in Aegina for another few days.

But how could you come to Greece and not see the Acropolis? So, we got on another flying dolphin with our pistachios and marmalades from Aegina and waved goodbye. Landing back at Pireaus port, we sat for ...

Final Days!

A travel blog entry by carriewiepen on May 29, 2014

... could see the excavation of ancient Athens below us. We weren’t allowed to take any pictures until the top floor. We saw all the original sculptures of the Acropolis including the metapease, frieze, and caryatids. My legs were straining and my heels were hurting. We all walked back toward the hotel and sat down at our regular lunch spot and ordered gyros and salads. I tripped on the way there because I wasn’t looking where I was walking. All of Athens has broken ...

Acropolis

A travel blog entry by ryder.chris on Jan 23, 2014

50 photos

... the view from the top was amazing.

After taking in the view and lots of photos, we gathered as a group on Areopagus (known as Mars Hill from the Roman period). This is another unbelievable view of the city, and the site of a famous speech by the Apostle Paul. We took in the view, and as the sun was setting over Athens, we made a video of ...