Stayed here a few nights in different rooms on a recent trip to Athens area/Saronic islands. Booked up because it seemed one of the better options in terms of price, location and quality. Whilst location was good, the hotel rooms were pretty run down and not really worth the money IMO.
For first few days we were in a standard room on the 4th floor. Although room looked out over the side street, traffic noise from the road that the hotel directly overlooks was noisy and would stop light sleepers getting much shut eye IMO. One of the main light switches in the room had a short or loose connection in it which fizzed audibly if used and intermittently plunged the room into darkness.
Breakfast was included but as a vegan my options were limited to bread with jam, tinned pears, some chopped up kiwi fruit, sliced tomatoes and olives.
Upon asking, some plant milk was rustled up on day 1 which was gratefully received by us and another guest but this was very strictly rationed out between us and there was only enough for coffee and tea, not enough for cereal which would have opened up some more breakfast options. Disappointingly, despite there being a clear demand for non-dairy milk, none was available on the second or third days of my first stay. Presumably the third of a carton they had on day 1 had been used up and they just didn’t bother to get any more.
I’d already booked another night and prepaid it for when we got back to Athens after a few days in the islands, otherwise I would have booked somewhere else TBH.
For that second stay I’d booked an economy room as that was all that was available at the time of booking. This room was really pretty bad. It was on second floor and looked out directly over the main road. Balcony door was also damaged so wouldn’t seal shut fully so traffic noise in room was really bad all through the night. Fortunately I’d packed earplugs or else I’d have got no sleep.
As an economy room it was still supposed to have tea and coffee making facilities in-room according to description but these were absent as was any other form of lighting but for harsh fluorescent striplights that made the room, with its scant decoration and scuffed walls, seem even more like a storage room or abandoned office. There was another broken plastic thing near the bed but this time it was a phone point rather than the buzzing light switch in the standard room so at least this was quiet - or maybe I just couldn’t hear it over the traffic noise.
Can’t recommend this place sorry. Book at your own risk. less