Aristoteles Hotel - Athens37.98839, 23.72665
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as
Providing guests with cars, this 3-star Aristoteles Hotel Athens is located just 7 minutes on foot from National Technical University of Athens. The modern hotel is a short walk from Platia Viktorias.
The Athens accommodation is 2.1 km of Parthenon. The city centre is about 10 minutes on foot. The ancient citadel "Acropolis" also lies approximately a 25-minute walk away.
There is KTEL Athens Terminal B bus station close to Aristoteles Hotel, it's only a 10-minute walk away.
Some of the 60 bright rooms are equipped with an individual climate control and central heating, and entertainment amenities like free wireless internet. They come with a walk-in shower and a separate toilet along with such comforts as a hairdryer and bath sheets.
Eat & Drink
Breakfast is served every morning in the dining room. Guests can relax at the hotel's lounge bar. You may walk 5 minutes to Falafel Abu Milad or eat by Clair De Lune, located merely a 5-minute walk away.
Leisure & Business
Children are provided with cots and a mini club.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
No parking available.
Year renovated: 2008. Number of floors: 6. Number of rooms: 60.
Wi-Fi in rooms
Bar/ Lounge area
- Free parking
- Luggage storage
- 24-hour services
- Food/ Drinks
- Room service
- Car hire
- Bicycle hire
- Dry cleaning
- Medical facilities service
- Continental breakfast
- Restaurant buffet
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Buffet breakfast
- Business centre
- Kids club
Spa & Leisure
- Leisure/ TV room
- Wi-Fi in rooms
- In-room air conditioning
- Individual heating
- Rollaway beds
- Private bathroom
- Hair dryer
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- International calls
- Direct dial telephone
- AM/FM alarm clock
Rooms and availability
Bed options:2 Single beds
Bed options:3 Single beds
Bed options:1 Double bed
- City landmarks
Central location, really close to archaeological museum and near the metro station
Great value for the price and well-located, few minutes walk from the metro station and near mart shops
Staff is friendly. It was very nice to talk to the Russian-speaking administrator. subway's not far from 10 minutes on foot. At Piazza Omonia. There's a lot of cafes and a great bakery. big shop is in 5 minutes walk from the hotel (but on Sunday it doesn't work like all normal big shops). There's breakfast. There are 4 dishes to choose from. No extras, you won't stay hungry... hotel is simple. little beaten by time and in spite of the area quite cozy. room has shampoos, gels, hair dryer, fridge and kettle. There's no brew, we picked it up this morning at breakfast. We cleaned it up every day. bed is changed every four days. There were plenty of chairs and otters. balcony's wide. We'd take out two chairs and a table and sit and have enough room. Acropolis was a 30-minute walk, tops. Syntagma Square, 25 minutes maximum on foot. Archaeological Museum is 10 minutes away on foot. It took half an hour to get to Mount Levikatos from the doorstep.
The air conditioning wasn't working. It's in room 303. It's impossible to sleep. And the window can't be opened - the room faces a noisy street. The air conditioning seemed to be running a little bit, but it wasn't cooling. There was no internet (although every day they promised to fix it). There were only 5 channels on TV. All in Greek. The area is not the most trustworthy. There were many homeless people on the streets. In the evening it is not pleasant to return to the hotel. But in five days, nothing terrible happened to us.
Standard breakfast buffet . And generally, despite the nuances of the area, it is quite a convenient location if you use the subway.
A double bed was ordered - so it was the beginning of our honeymoon. It is a cultural part. But we were given two single beds with a nightstand in the middle. We moved the beds, of course, but there was little comfort. The most dangerous area in Athens is Omonia. Migrants, drug addicts and drunkards are at your service. If you were on holiday with a friend or mother, it would be scary and uncomfortable. With a man you feel safe, but still not very pleasant to walk the streets with a persistent smell of urine.
The owner was very friendly
Got two beds instead of one twin. The new room i had, the toilets were smelling bad
Really nice place to stay in Athens, good price with good quality. It's not 5-star hotel so don't expect much, but room is clean, staff were really kind and I could get answers for all of my questions. View on the opposite wall from my window wasn't much important for me - I came to Athens to do sightseeing during the day, not to look through the window for all day, if you want better view from your window go to the other, more expensive hotel.
For me everything was ok. Breakfast could be a little bit better, but I was able to eat enough for all day of walking. I've heard that area isn't much nice and safe, I saw a lot of immigrants but I didn't have any problems. I really recommend that hotel for nice and cheap stay in the centre of Athens
Excellent value for money. Hotel clean with comfortable beds. Breakfast very basic but adequate. Free wifi and air conditioning. Handy for metro. Maybe not somewhere you want to spend a longer holiday but certainly fine for a couple of nights
Very run down area with prostitutes out late at night.
The bed was great, everything was clean and the hotel is close to Omonia square so you can walk from there to any place in the city centre or hop on a metro and go to Pireus or anywhere you like. They make excellent coffee for breakfast.
The neighborhood is creepy and the breakfast was small. The heating is via AC so it was quite noisy and barely adequate in january.
Located near Omonia Square, a central zone of Athens, with good price considering this fact.
The location, in the night period is dangerous. We had to go by taxi from Omonia Square to the Hotel.(3minutes, payed 3€60). Everyone advised us to do it. Some reception employees were not very kind, in the night period.
Big and clean toilet
How to walk thru a suspected crossroad with hookers and look-dangerous guys when walking from the closest metro station Omonaia to the hotel
The location. Very close and easily accessible to all major sites. However, It's not exactly the greatest area.
Very small showers.
the staff is extreamly friendly and for me it is like coming back to visit !!!good family relatives!
the swer had a bad smell that should be washed by acid\
staff know the Russian language
Close to Athens city centre and cheap but clean, exactly what we were looking for.
Rooms are not exactly massive and the district it is located in, is a bit rough, especially if you are travelling with a family and children.
A hotell close to the central parts of Aten. 5 min from subway and we walked home one day from Akropolis/Plaka and it was closer than expected. Not a fancy hotel but good value and ok breakfast. Hotellet ligger nära tunnelbana och man kan gå till centrum med gamla stan Plaka och Akropolis på ca 20 min. Helt ok frukost. Överlag prisvärt.
The small streets around the hotell is a little bit rough. Ligger i ett lite skabbigt område, men det gör ju många billigare hotell.