I have stayed here many times and, though I have tried other hotels in Athens, I always come back to Golden Age. The staff is always courteous and friendly, the breakfast is delicious, and I received a complementary upgrade for being a loyal customer. Also, the location can't be beat--a short walk to the metro that takes you to the center of Athens and to the airport. I won't stay anywhere else again.
Traveller from Boston, MA
This family-friendly Athens hotel is located in the business district, within 1 mi (2 km) of Athens Concert Hall, Hellenic …More
The Hotel Periscope is a small, stylish boutique hotel with the most comfortable hotel beds we've ever had. The staff are helpful and kind--we arrived early in the morning after an overnight ferry ride, expecting to check our bags and come back in the afternoon, but the front desk staff gave us an early check-in. The breakfast is very good, with eggs cooked to order. The neighborhood is full of shops, restaurants and cafes, and not packed with tourists, but close to the metro and a short walk to several museums and Syntagma Square. We noticed that some of the rooms are being remodeled and are looking forward to seeing the new look when we return.
Traveller from USA
Located in Athens City Centre, this boutique hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Byzantine and Christian Museum, Hellenic …More
Staff was friendly and I was treated like royalty. Room was large and comfortable. Huge bathroom with marble tile flooring. Large balcony had table and 2 chairs with a beautiful views. Best hotel I have stayed in.
Traveller from houston texas
Modern hotel situated in a prime location overlooking the Acropolis Hill and the city of Athens, near Art Gallery, Music Hall …More
The apartment had a large living room, small kitchen/dining area (but function), mid-size bedroom. Plumbing was good. The apartment was quiet, facing an inner courtyard area. The location is very good. Staff were helpful.
Located in Athens City Centre, this aparthotel is within a 15-minute walk of Athens National Gallery, Benaki Museum, and …More
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.