Mare Nostrum Thalasso Hotel

Address: Vravronas Ave , Vravrona, Attica, 19003, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Vravronas Ave , Vravrona, is near Vravron Archaeological Site.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsMare Nostrum Thalasso Hotel Vravrona

    Reviewed by kooleeet

    nearest hotel to the airport

    Reviewed Oct 13, 2013
    by (3 reviews) , Qatar Flag of Qatar

    The hotel is a bit old but it is clean. It is away from Athens, and 10-15minutes away from the Airport. It looks like it is located in a secluded area but overlooking the sea. They have a car service for free to/from the airport but operates only on certain time of the day (not 24 hours). If flight is very early in the morning (like before 7am), book for a taxi to the airport ahead of time. It costs 40Euro!!!

    The hotel has a restaurant that serves buffet for 18Euro and a bar that serves drinks and sandwiches. It has also a swimming pool and access to the beach.

    Overall, the hotel is good for an overnight stay while waiting for your next flight.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Mare Nostrum Thalasso Hotel Vravrona

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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    A travel blog entry by braught on Mar 28, 2015

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    ... I decided not to walk in the dark to the other station. The hotel sent us to a lovely restaurant Zorba's, on the water in a really cute place. We have no idea where we were but I think close to Piraeus. It is old harbor of Pirius. We had greek salad, fried sardines, stuffed Calamari and...... Grilled whole red snapper deboned at the table. Sarah insisted on eating the head, cheeks to be specific. They poured olive oil ...

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    ... and enjoying the satisfaction that was life on the rooftop before calling it a night and heading to bed.

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    The cradle of Western civilization

    A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on May 26, 2014

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    ... built. The Parthenon is a temple to the goddess Athena, patron goddess of the city. The Erechtheion is a smaller Ionic temple, whose south porch has a roof supported by six figures of maidens, the Caryatids. We learned that Lord Elgin, British ambassador to the Ottoman Empire in the early 1800s, made off with many marble sculptures and friezes (the “Elgin Marbles”), including one of the six Caryatid “sisters” from the Erechtheion. ...

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