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Crowne Plaza Athens City Centre

Crowne Plaza Athens City Centre Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Crowne Plaza is a solid luxury option in a central Athens location, within walking distance of shops, restaurants, and Syntagma Square. Though the hotel caters to business travelers with its 14 meeting rooms and well-equipped business center, leisure travelers can appreciate the rooftop pool, two restaurants, and small fitness center. The hotel does not have a full spa, but does provide a limited menu of spa services and an on-site sauna. Rooms are sleek and modern, and come equipped with spacious bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, media hubs for electronics hookups, and coffeemakers. Some guests feel nickel-and-dimed by the additional fee for Wi-Fi, but for a luxury property, the Crowne Plaza often offers reasonable rates considering its long list of amenities.
Melia Athens

Melia Athens Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Melia Athens is an upscale property located near Omonia Square, and popular with business travelers and tourists. The rooftop (seasonal and unheated) swimming pool and whirlpool are widely popular, as is the Sky Lounge, which serves snacks and dinner. Breakfast is served buffet style, although it's not included in the room price, and the Cafe Mondo serves lunch and dinner. Rooms are sophisticated with neutral color palettes and have Play Station gaming systems. The fitness center, with a range of cardio machines, weight training equipment, a Turkish hamman, and massages available on appointment, is one of the best we've seen at this price point. Melia Athens also has a sauna.
Titania Hotel

Titania Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 385-room Titania Hotel is a busy and slightly impersonal hotel that's popular with international tour groups and business travelers. Breakfast is included in the price of the room and it gets good reviews for diverse Greek and American offerings. A rooftop restaurant offers indoor and outdoor seating and views of the Parthenon. Rooms are basic -- some haven't been renovated, but each has a minibar and flat-screen TV. Bathroom sizes vary. If a swimming pool is a requirement, check out the President Hotel for about half the price.
AVA Hotel Athens

AVA Hotel Athens Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 16-room AVA Hotel Athens is a small and sophisticated boutique in the Plaka neighborhood of Athens. The location is particularly convenient -- it's near the Acropolis and is a three-minute walk from the Temple of Zeus. All rooms are suites that look more like elegant apartments than hotel rooms (though only the higher priced suites have Acropolis views from private balconies). There is an on-site snack bar, but no full restaurant and breakfast isn't free. Another option at a similar price point is the Electra Palace Hotel Athens -- unlike AVA, it has a pool, fitness center, and restaurant.
Electra Hotel

Electra Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Electra Hotel Athens is a solid three-and-half-pearl chain hotel with 106 modern rooms and three suites with balconies. There’s a bar/cafe on-site, Terra, with sidewalk seating as well as a free Greek breakfast served in a stylish room, but there isn’t a fitness center or pool at the hotel. Its location is ideal for tourists, as it's on a popular pedestrian street in central Athens close to restaurants and shops and within walking distance to the Acropolis and Parthenon. Guests willing to pay a little more may want to look into the Hera Hotel, an upper-mid range option in Plaka with pretty rooms and a rooftop restaurant.
Hera Hotel

Hera Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 38-room Hera Hotel is an upper-mid-range boutique hotel located on the edge of the Plaka neighborhood in Athens. The main draw here is Peacock, the rooftop restaurant offering great views of the Acropolis. Breakfast (if you purchase a particular package) and Wi-Fi are free, though breakfast is served inside the hotel without any views. The rooms are on the smaller side (though some have furnished balconies with Acropolis views) and the clientele is generally older. It may be worth checking rates at AVA Hotel, a nearby boutique hotel with large suites featuring full kitchens.
Best Westerm Museum Hotel

Best Westerm Museum Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Located in Exarchia, a bohemian neighborhood famous for its history as a stronghold for Greek anarchists, the Best Western Museum Hotel is a mid-range chain property that offers a cozy lobby bar and a tasty breakfast buffet. The neighborhood might not be for everyone, but some may appreciate the location’s distance from the throngs of tourists.The 93 rooms have basic decor typical to chain hotels, but come with mini-fridges and free Wi-Fi. Young guests looking for an inexpensive option closer to the touristy areas may want to look into Athens Studios, a hotel with a youth-hostel vibe and apartment-style rooms with kitchens.
President Hotel

President Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 22-story President Hotel is considered a skyscraper in Athens. The 516-room, three-pearl property caters mainly to groups of tourists -- the lobby has been compared to Grand Central Station in the mornings. Despite basic, dated rooms and a nondescript location away from tourist attractions, the hotel does have great features including a seasonal and unheated rooftop pool and chic Penthouse 21 Bar and Restaurant with great city views. Rooms on higher floors offer sweeping views of Athens, but there is a pesky fee for Wi-Fi.
Hermes Hotel

Hermes Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This mid-range, 45-room hotel is a clear favorite for families, couples and older travelers desiring a quiet, safe and convenient location. Rooms are modern (aside from the ancient tube TVs) and clean. Common areas include a library, a small rooftop deck, and a cute children's' playroom with a Little Tykes house, toys, books and markers. The location in the heart of Plaka is excellent, and within a 15-minute walk to the Acropolis. Younger travelers looking for a slightly trendier vibe may want to consider the similarly priced Athens Center Square.
Athens Center Square

Athens Center Square Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This small, value-driven, 54-room boutique hotel has an emphasis on design. The trendy lobby is outfitted with big platform sofas framed by thick, white columns beneath a two-story ceiling. Guest rooms are stylish and comfortable and some have great views of the Acropolis. The big bonus here is the rooftop bar with fabulous views of the city. While the neighborhood is not conducive to late-night strolls, it is very convenient to Plaka, the Acropolis, and the metro. Those traveling with kids may want to consider Hotel Hermes, which is in a quieter area and has a kids playroom available.


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