Oasis Hotel Apartments

Address: 27 Posseidonos Avenue, Glyfada, Attica, 16674, Greece | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 27 Posseidonos Avenue, Glyfada, is near Hephaistion, Stoa of Attalos, Kaisariani Monastery (Kessariani), and Temple of Apollo.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsOasis Hotel Apartments Glyfada

      Reviewed by fiskm2013

      All is good

      Reviewed Aug 13, 2013
      by (7 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

      We have enjoyed our last few days at the Oasis. The pool area is wonderful. Rooms are big compared to others we've been in throughout Greece and Turkey. Rooms are clean, maybe a bit dated and needing some paint, but overall a great place to stay for the value. Breakfast was by far the best we have had! Great variety of hot and cold items, as well as plenty of beverages.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Oasis Hotel Apartments Glyfada

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      Travel Blogs from Glyfada

      Athens: The joys and terrors

      A travel blog entry by mccloskey on Jun 22, 2014

      15 photos

      ... even begin to describe how grateful I am to live in a place where it is not socially acceptable for men to act like that...truly awful. When I left my hotel this morning to catch my flight, I had a 15min walk to the metro station. It was still dark and I was extremely nervous but I didn't really have any other option. As soon as I walked outside, four drunk men got out of their car, followed me, and yelled at me the entire way to the station ...

      Day 21- 6/15

      A travel blog entry by morganingreece on Jun 15, 2014

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... t as nice as we had anticipated).

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      Visiting Ancient Athens

      A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on Apr 19, 2014

      ... symbol of Ancient Greece, Athenian democracy, western civilization and one of the world's greatest cultural monuments. The restoration work looks almost completed to me as having started a wide scale restoration in 2010. Back in 2007 when I visited, there was a lot of work going on. There were many people around the Parthenon and especially on the viewpoint area below the flag of Greece. Next to the Parthenon, you will see the Erechtheion. ...

      Exploring Athens

      A travel blog entry by upthecreek on Jan 02, 2014

      27 photos

      ... It is a bread cake which the families cut to bless the house and bring good luck for the year. A piece of cake is sliced for each member of the family, any visitors who are currently there and then for other people or groups. A coin is hidden in the cake and whoever gets the coin has good fortune and health. We chatted for a few hours and then it was off to bed. Morning arrives and we wake to a sunny warm day!! Most shops and bakeries are still closed due to ...

      "We Are All Greeks"

      A travel blog entry by scycle on Sep 09, 2013

      2 comments, 30 photos

      ... even though it was well after 8 o’clock. But I think of it as starting a trend, as many other tourists soon arrived after me. The 3-course menu was wonderful and way too much food (not complaining). The appetizer was a full plate of various items that we would typically order each as its own starter. Apparently, when we order mezza plates in the US, the term comes from the Greek mezedes, which are like tapas. A full Greek salad was also included ...