Hotel Elite

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

23 Pireos, Athens, 105 52, Greece
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20%
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Average
26%
4
Poor
6%
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7

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Costs 65% less but rated 37% lower than other 2 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Airport transfers

by portelgincouple

We will be staying in Athens this September. What is the easiest/least expensive way to get from the airport to our hotel which is located at:

Athens Centre Square Hotel
15 Aristogitonosw Street and Athinas
Athens, Greece 10552

Thank you

Re: Airport transfers

by brotherleelove

The two least expensive options are:

1) The Blue Line Metro, every 30 minutes from the Monastiraki Metro Station, €10 for 2 people between 5:30am and 11:00pm. Takes 45 minutes.

2) The Airport Express #X96 Bus from alongside Syntagma Square, €3.2 per person. Buy your tickets from the driver and validate inside the bus in the ticket machine. This bus leaves Syntagma every 20-30 minutes, 24/7/365. Takes 45-90 minutes depending on surface traffic.

Both the Monastiraki and Syntagma Squares are within easy walking distance to your hotel.

Re: Airport transfers

by katvg

I second his answers. I used public transport to get from the airport to my hotel & it was no problem, and also inexpensive. You can cross-check your hotel location on www.viamichelin.com -- it's a great mapping site for Europe!

Re: Airport transfers

by hawkhead

The OP wants to get to his hotel FROM the airport. I think you may have given him the wrong number of bus. We used theX95 to get to Syntagma Square.

The X95

This bus runs to and from the airport, ending at Syntagma Square in central Athens. Many hotels are near Syntagma Square, and it is usually easy to catch a taxi. Some hotels, such as the Athens Intercontinental, also offer courtesy shuttles to Syntagma Square, so you may be able to connect with them there directly. The trip into Athens lasts a little over an hour. Runs no less than three times an hour.

The X96

The X96 runs to Piraeus, a handy way to connect with many ferries to the Greek islands. The trip takes about an hour and a half. Runs at least every half-hour.

Re: Airport transfers

by brotherleelove

You're right on both counts. I misread the direction and it's the X95 that runs between Syntagma and the airport, not X96.

Portelgincouple I apologize for any confusion this may have caused you.

Travel Tips for Athens

Acropolis Ticket

by physiar

The Acropolis ticket may be bought from a little kiosk once you have climbed to the top of the slope. It can either cost EUR 6 (access to the Acropolis only) or EUR 12 (access to five other sites, see below) per person.

The other sites included in the ticket are:
(1) Theater of Dionisyus
(2) Ancient Cemetry of Kerameikos
(3) Athenian (Ancient) Agora
(4) Roman Agora and Tower of the Winds (Horologion of Andronicus)
(5) Olympeion (Temple of Olympian Zeus)

I would suggest, of course, the full ticket. Over and above that, I recommend visiting all of the other sites, but having to rate them I would say that (5) and (3) are absolutely UNMISSABLE, (4) should only be missed in case of an emergency or something, (1) is to be seen with a quick pace - but still be seen, and (2) may be missed for a good reason. But do make it a point to see the Olympeion and Athenian Agora!

The actual ticket is a compound of 6 coupons, out of which one will be torn at each site you visit (the first one naturally being the Acropolis). I have read numerous reviews regarding the timespan you have available to see all sites. I was told at the Acropolis that I could use teh tickets throughout all season (Summer).

Since other sources offered conflicting information, check when you buy your ticket. But you should be able to comfortably see everything in 3 or 4 days!

Of course walking by that...

by tanguito

Of course walking by that streets of Paka, being in front of Acropolis, it s just great. But better than that was visiting Mykonos. A place made in other planet. People with good mood, a perfect environment...There s a pic of Mykonos and me besides!!

Temple of Posseidon

by JUNLI

Temple of Posseidon
Cape Sounion is surrounded with the romantic Aegean Sea, decorated by the spectacular Temple of Posseidon (the god of the sea) standing on a craggy spur that plunges 65m to the sea.

The overlooking from the Aegean Sea is definitely impressive and it's the best place to see the magnificent sunset over the sea as well.

Plaka Eating

by Jmill42

If you are hungry, and have little money, head to Plaka! No, I'm not sending you to a restaurant, and you won't have a 3 course meal (heck you won't even have a fork or spoon). But, the place I am sending you has the best damn gyros ever! AND, this is a big "AND", they are for 1 Euro!!

Its my most prized Athens meal memory! Two gyros and a Fanta for 3 Euro! I always ended up needing to go change my short afterwards, because they stuff the gyros so full that I always ended up dripping some on myself! I can't tell you the name of the place, only give you exact directions!

Directions: Start as if you were walking out of the Monastiraki Station and were going to walk down Ermou St. When you get to the corner, there is an Everest fast food store. Take a right and walk maybe 5-10 feet and you will see the gyro stand in front of the restaurant!!

If you sit down to enjoy your gyro, it will cost you, literally, 3 times as much. Just grab your gyro-to-go, and go sit on the concrete steps back toward the station, which affords great views of the Acropolis! Oh MAN, I want one of those gyros!!

Ancient Agora

by JUNLI

Ancient Agora The Agora (market) was Athens' meeting place in ancient times. But it's a disappointing place for tourists, though Socrates spent a lot of time here expounding his philosophy. Except Temple of Hephaestus, there's almost nothing to see.

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Address: 23 Pireos, Athens, 105 52, Greece