Tired hotel with bathroom needing a complete refurb and air conditioning was fairly inefficient.
Great roof top though with a bar and a small pool which was refreshing after a hot day visiting.
Overall - decent hotel
I was nearly convinced to give up this hotel by the negatives about comfort and neighborhood. Both are actually OK (Omonia is now a much better quarter than it used to be). I am very glad I stayed there my 2 nights in Athens. No security problems, never felt unsafe day or night. Staff is lovely, helpful and precise.
A very comfortable hotel in Athens. The Odeon Hotel is an elegant and modern establishment which offers to its clients a …More
It was just what we needed. Not too fancy, good for our short stay in Athens. The front desk staff were very helpful in helping us find places to go and restaurants to try. Very basic breakfast, but you get what you pay for.
The Economy hotel is situated in the centre of Athens, just behind the town hall, only 200 metres away from Omonia square …More
This hotel is near Omoneia, which I didn't find a worry at all. I didn't use the Metro and didn't need to. I have read things about the area and don't feel you would take any more precautions than as anywhere else. I walked to everything over two days in a circular pattern which the reception guys mapped out for me. I also had time for shopping. The hotel is clean. The staff are helpful. The location is good. There is a wide choice of food outlets nearby nearby on all sides of Onomeia catering for all tastes. The breakfast is very basic. Not a big deal. I would recommend deselecting breakfast and eating out nearby or on your to somewhere.
We stayed 2 nights at this hotel during our trip to Athens. The hotel itself is located in a "shady" block of Athens. However, if you walk 1 block away from hotel, the area is very populated and busy. As for the hotel itself, its very nicely maintained, clean and comfortable. The staff was very helpful and courteous.
Once an area of leather tanning workshops, Psirri was transformed a few years back to make it Athens’ prime nightspot. Packed with an ever-growing range of bars, tavernas, and dance clubs, it offers mainstream entertainment. Several Latin and Oriental-themed bars add the spice. Psirri lives after dark, though the nearby Central Market is worth a look in by day.