Areos Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Bouboulinas 19, Athens, 10682, Greece
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
8%
16
Poor
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Terrible
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 52% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples90
  • Solo87
  • Business85

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Leave luggage in central Athens

by Zavo

On the last day of my trip to Greece I'll be leaving from Piraeus to the airport. I have to check out from my hotel in the morning but my plane leaves in the late afternoon. So I still have time to do some sightseeing. I wonder if it is possible to leave luggage somewhere (in a station?) in central Athens, as it would be inconvenient to have to go back to Piraeus to pick up luggage from the hotel.

Re: Leave luggage in central Athens

by johngayton

I don't understand your question. If you are staying in Monasteraki then you are already as central as you could want to be and so you could just leave your luggage with the hotel and pick it up on your way to Piraeus from Monasteraki metro station. Also there is left luggage lockers at Monasteraki (as well as at Piraeus station and at the port itself).

Re: Leave luggage in central Athens

by Zavo

@johngayton
My hotel is in Piraeus. I think you're mixed up with another question I asked.
But if there is left luggage in Monasteraki, that is great. Thanks.

Travel Tips for Athens

Athens Elefttherios Venizelos Airport

by xuessium

Long queues at arrival. Horrid wait. 5 counters working and yet it seemed like eternity.

Had to drop by Athens Airport a 2nd time on my way home and there was a strike by the airport staff!! Everything comes to a painful crawl!

Imagine the chaos and long queues at customs and security check. It feels like the entire Greece is fleeing Greece. People pushing and jumping queues. Horrid.

Trolleys inside the airport is not free. 2 Euros per use I think.

Numerous checking-in counters though and the only airport I know so far with its own archaeological museum.

Has a MacDonald with a great view of the landing strip from the 2nd floor. Plenty of eateries, souvenir shops and convenient stores but with the choking smell of cigarette smoke forever lingering in the air. The in-house archaeological museum no doubt! Wait for your plane and gain a little knowledge at the same time!

For website, click on ATHENS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

The Akropoli

by Ramonq

Definitely, the Acropolis. Not only is this place a very important archaelogical site, the view from up here is also great. The changing of the guards at the Presential Palace at Syntagma Square. A very unique performance by the Greek military in honour of the tome of the unknown soldier.

Like clockwork!

by morgane1692

Athens' own Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Syntagma Square...the Changing of the Guards ceremony takes place 24 hours a day, every hour, on the hour...you can't miss it...although we recommend watching during the day so you can capture the moments on film a bit easier.

TEMPLE OF HEPHAESTUS

by LoriPori

The best preserved ancient Greek temple in the world, the Doric TEMPLE OF HEPHAESTUS circa 449 B.C. is located in central Athens in the ancient Agora section of the city. It is far less known than the Parthenon, but unlike the Parthenon, the Temple of Hephaestus has all its columns and pediments intact and even has most of its original roof.
Hephaestus was the son of Zeus and Hora.
The temple which is sometimes called the Theseion, gets much less tourist traffic than the Parthenon and is a pleasant green area in the heart of Athens.

Public holidays in Greece

by janbeeu

New Year's Day: 1 January

Epiphany: 6 January - The seas around Piraeus are blessed. A cross is thrown into the sea and young men dive to retrieve it.

Ash Monday: 41 days before Easter. Lent begins. On Ash Monday, Greeks fly kites, eat lenten food and celebrate the koulouma.

Independence Day and the Feast of the Annunciation: 25 March - Military parade.

Easter: Good Friday-Easter Monday - Vesper evening is on Good Friday and every church decorates an Epitaphios (bier). The Epitaphios processions, followed by people holding lit candles and chanting hymns, fills the streets of every city, town and village in the country.

Anastasi (Resurrection): celebrated with fire-works and lit candles at midnight on the eve of Easter Day.

Pascha (Easter): on that day Greeks traditionally eat lamb, spit-roasted on charcoal. The festivities include singing and dancing through the day.

Labour Day: 1 May. Many flower festivals take place all over Greece.

Whit Monday: 50 days after Easter.

Dormition (Assumption) of the Virgin: 15 August .

October 28th: rejection of the Italian ultimatum in 1940. Military parade.

Christmas: 25 & 26 December.

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Address: Bouboulinas 19, Athens, 10682, Greece