The staff was very nice. We had to check out very early in the morning and they gave us breakfast boxes to take to the airport. The breakfast has both Greek (olives, pickles, yogurt, feta, etc.) and American (eggs, bacon, etc.) options, as well as fruits, breads, and spreads. You can also order Greek coffee (regular or double) if you want. A really recommendable hotel!!!
I was not sure what to expect for accommodations in Athens, but this hotel exceeded my expectations. The staff was very friendly and helpful, the breakfast was fabulous, the room was very clean, comfortable, and spacious. We even used the steam and sauna rooms. It is a little out of the way from the tourist areas, but worth the extra travel. We took the metro for 5 days for 10 euros and even took it to the airport.
Near Syntagma Square, home to the Greek Parliament, Athens’ most expensive residential quarter is the domain of wealthy Greeks and foreign embassy staff. Glamorous socialites frequent the fashionable bar-restaurants, chic boutiques and designer stores. A funicular serves the pine-clad slopes of Mount Lycabettus, and several of Athens’ top museums are within walking distance.