Palmyra Beach Hotel

Address: 70 Possidonos Avenue, Glyfada, Attica, 166 75, Greece | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 70 Possidonos Avenue, Glyfada, is near Hephaistion, Stoa of Attalos, Kaisariani Monastery (Kessariani), and Temple of Apollo.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsPalmyra Beach Hotel Glyfada

      Reviewed by lyz_lorene

      Different, Not Worse

      Reviewed Jul 3, 2013
      by (1 review) Rogers City Mi , United States Flag of United States

      Definitely different from American hotels. To be honest the toilets here make me nervous. But the beds are twin sized and the rooms so small they barely fit. The bathrooms good sized but the showers very different from American showers. Like I said, different, but not worse.

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Palmyra Beach Hotel Glyfada

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

      Travel Blogs from Glyfada

      Day 18

      A travel blog entry by morganingreece on Jun 12, 2014

      1 photo

      ... up on snacks for our ferry ride this weekend.

      I bought pistachio nest cookies, a fruit bar, a sugar-almond
      roll and a turkey sandwich.

      Leaving the pastry shop, a woman called out to me and
      Kelsey. For a second I thought she was
      just trying to sell us something- but then I recognized her as the girl on
      staff at the Sea Turtle Rescue Center.
      She was so friendly and excited to see us- I can’t believe she ...

      Rome to Athens

      A travel blog entry by melliekat on May 17, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... station.

      We found a fully stocked grocery store in the station and picked up snacks for the journey to Athens. This store had the HUGE jars of Nutella.

      We still had time to kill so we went for one last dose of gelato. Unfortunately it wasn’t as good as the other gelato we’d had in Italy, this one had a lot air pumped in.

      Finally it was time to check in for our Terravision Bus to the airport. And not surprisingly, there was a school group on ...

      The Acropolis and X-Files

      A travel blog entry by siobhan21 on Dec 25, 2013

      2 comments

      ... No such luck. It took me 3 times of trying to wave someone down to even get anyone's attention. Finally, a guy saw me, smiled and kept of walking. Finally, I got my bill, paid and left.
      Lesson learned: Never sit down at a Greek restaurant unless you have an hour to kill.

      Acropolis
      Parthenon, Propylaea, Erechtheion
      First you come upon the Propylaea, the entrance to the Acropolis. This is more than just a set of stairs. This ...

      Day 1 - Athens: Trip to the Hotel à la Mario Kart!

      A travel blog entry by bradborno on Sep 13, 2013

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... artifacts: Sculptures, jewelry, and art work. They had many contrasting modern day products on display, to show the similarities in design. Jen couldn’t get over some of the cording on the clothing. It was so perfect it looked like it had been done by machine, however not likely in the 1800s! Some poor woman probably went blind working on it!

      Upon leaving the museum, we were quite tired – and Jen declared at 3pm, it was now bedtime. The ...

      Talk about a bad wrap!

      A travel blog entry by shaeshae88 on Jul 11, 2013

      ... on the roof top of the hostel over looking the city. I had a mini bowel of cereal and 3 chunky slices of bread with the sweetest and pinkest strawberry jam I've ever had. With a full stomach I made my way to the meeting point for the free walking tour. There were about 20 of us in total being led by a Greek guide who actually grew up in Sydney, Australia, and had only recently moved back to Greece to serve his time in the army. The walking tour was ...