Pella-Inn Hotel

Address: 104 Ermou, Athens, Attica, 105 54, Greece | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located in the Monastiraki area of Athens, is near Poet-shoemaker's Shop, The Sanctuary of Artemis, Village Center, and Stathmos - Museum of Chilhood.
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          • Bar/lounge

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          • Free High-Speed Internet
           

          TravelPod Member ReviewsPella-Inn Hotel Athens

          Reviewed by megs36

          Great Roof Top Bar

          Reviewed Oct 12, 2015
          by (3 reviews) Warrenton, VA , United States Flag of United States

          Great roof top bar & very helpful staff! Clean room & bathroom.

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

          TripAdvisor Reviews Pella-Inn Hotel Athens

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
           

          Travel Blogs from Athens

          The Happy Train

          A travel blog entry by megs36 on Oct 12, 2015

          26 photos

          After a short flight and 45 minute metro ride we arrived in Monastiraki Square, Athens. Luckily we met a couple from Charlotte (smallest world ever) who recognized our hotel name and helped guide us in the right direction, an incredibly helpful stroke of luck as the streets were filled and signs non-existent. We checked in, showered, and embarked …

          Athens & the Port of Piraeus

          A travel blog entry by davidastevenson on Oct 08, 2015

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          Docked in the very large and busy Port of Piraeus. Six cruise ships in today, plus all the many inter-island ferries. As first time visitors we have picked two tours so that we can get our bearings in Athens. First tour, from Piraeus to Athens city center. Piraeus is a large city, part of the greater metropolitan Athens area. It has its own resorts and extensive waterfront area. Many marinas with large yachts tied up. Interesting drive along the coast prior to entering the ...

          A Second Day In Athens

          A travel blog entry by ourgreatescapes on Sep 06, 2015

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          ... Lykourgos in 330-329 BC for the athletic competitions of "Panathinea", the greatest festivities in ancient Athens.

          After a quick look at the Stadium (we will see it in greater detail at the end of our trip) we went to the Parliament Building where we watched the changing of the guard. The guards change every hour, however, at 11:00 AM on Sundays, it is a more elaborate affair.

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          Day 3 - Aigena, I made it.

          A travel blog entry by alexandermcbird on Feb 06, 2015

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          ... the Acropolis. This was our chance! It would appear our only route to talk would be the sloped stone. Fine by us! Hiking was a past time of Mitch’s and I’m always down to climb on things that aren’t supposed to be climbed! The slope was easily managed and the street it placed us in turned out to be one we recognized! So we followed it back to the hostel and found safety once again. On our way upstairs to our room we saw a sign on the door of the Athens ...

          Acropolis Now (you know it was coming)

          A travel blog entry by michaelcourt on Aug 28, 2014

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          ... The biggest advantage is the space. On a daily basis we venture through the seething masses in the common areas on the rest of the ship, where the rabble are packed on top of each other like sardines. No wonder they are all short-tempered and abrupt, but I guess they are most probably used to it from living in close quarters to each other as is quite common in most parts of Europe. It’s just another reminder that the lifestyle we enjoy in Australia is the best in the ...