This small hotel is quite nice, and the view of the Acropolis from the rooftop breakfast deck/bar is to die for. The breakfast itself features just about every kind of breakfast food that is commonly eaten in any European country, USA or Canada and it is well presented.
The staff was very helpful and accommodating, with excellent English skills, crucial for us visitors who had only a few words of Greek. A few rooms have that same awesome view of the Acropolis. The hotel is also conveniently located to dozens of excellent Greek restaurants in an up-and-coming neighborhood of Athens. The Acropolis itself is about a 25-minute walk.
On the negative side, the walk to the restaurants and Acropolis requires crossing several heavily-traveled expressway access ramps, which can be dicey at times. The location is on a very noisy major street. The A/C is fine and, if you keep the windows shut, you can't hear the noise at all, but you have to choose between quiet and fresh air. The rooms are quite small, which didn't bother us because we didn't do much besides sleep and shower there, and the showers are excellent. Finally, we had a problems of several brief power outages, which were apparently neighborhood-wide, and perhaps occur elsewhere in Athens during hot weather.
The price is good, and, in my opinion, the advantages clearly outweighed the disadvantages.