No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Savoy Hotel Piraeus
Travel Blogs from Piraeus
Today we glided into Piraeus and after breakfast at Carioca's we headed ashore and met our guide Pericles who drove us into Athens. We went straight to the acropolis to try and avoid the heat and crowds. It was surprising how short the walk up to the acropolis was as I was expecting a much harder walk. The only real issue was the marble walkways were so slippery people were slipping and sliding all over the place. It ...
Arrived at Greece port Piraeus at 5:30am and docked at 7:00am. We meet for tour at 8:45am in the theater.
Took a bus ride to Acropolis then hit the restaurant and shopping district. Had the Greek sampler platter with local beer and didn't leave a scrap behind.
Had some other local lemon beers at port.
Pics from today's tour to the Acropolis and Plaka shopping ...
... the Acropolis and are fiercly protective of it. There are signs that say “Don’t pick up rocks/stones”; “Don’t touch the marble”, “Don’t introduce animals onto the site” (not sure about the many stray cats and the stray dog, that we saw right at the top!?). All of those I can understand but didn’t quite get the “Don’t sing!” one. Giva was highly mortified and upset when he came out of my bag to ...
... doubt I am way behind the times and everyone knows this already!) is the best thing since sliced bread! Gwendols can now pay me back for all the teasing I subject her to over her phone attachment as I now don't like to be away from my IPad too long either! And then we were off to Athens......
(L) Very sad to see this part of the trip come to an end but also very excited to get on with the Greece part.... the travelling day, not so much. We left ...
... find our way through however and stop on the Corinth Canal, by accident! This is where we grab some lunch and take in the grandeur of the canal. The canal was a huge undertaking in the 1890’s and it has been used several thousand times a year. It saves the 700km round trip around the Peloponnese peninsula. It is around 80m above the sea level to the bridge, so it looks and feels quite high.
We plug in ...