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Aristoteles Hotel

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

I HAD A 2 NIGHT STAY FOR A DENTIST APPOINTMENT AND EVERYTHING WAS VERY GOOD

Small room. Not all items working. Felt like neighborhood was a little sketchy

This is a great value of a hotel provided that you understand a couple of things. The neighborhood is, like most of the Omonia area, rather run-down. As an adult male, I don't have fears walking around there at night, but a single woman might be cautious. Basically, the hotel is giving you a clean, functional, admittedly Spartan room at a very low price. The hot water and the A/C work. Don't expect a great view of anything. Breakfast is the usual old-style Greek continental. This hotel increasingly accommodates younger tourists, which is unfortunate, because they make a lot of racket coming in. If you need help, the staff is friendly and willing to try. I have been in Greece so much that I don't really need much from them. The owner is a great guy, but I didn't see him around this year.

Simple & basic, perfectly fine a bit small rooms but near metro, breakfast adequate, staff nothing special but fine, great falafel place around the corner awesome falafel or swarma for 1€

Athens in general didn't seem very safe. Just taking a walk around we ran into people doped up and one person approached us asking something in another language. At that point, we hailed a taxi and just went back to our hotel. Was not comfortable walking around at night. The hotel was a good value, as we just checked in in the late afternoon, and had a flight for the next morning. The person at the front desk was very helpful, and he assisted in helping us find a place to eat, gave us a map, and arranged for a taxi to bring us to the airport the next morning.

The hotel is indeed very close from the center of city, however, the area is pretty ghetto... Compare to the price, it is good hotel. Staffs are friendly,free wifi every room, and they have 2 computers on the lobby/bar area, and you can use them for free. The nearist subway station is 10-15 minute by walk.

We enjoyed our 10-day stay at the Aristoteles Hotel. It was an ideal location for us - we wanted a reasonable, low cost, nice hotel with a good central location, and got it. From the Aristoteles we took day trips out to the various sites - Delphi, Acropolis, Temple of Poseidon Sounion, Acropolis Museum, National Archaeological Museum, Temple of Zeus Olympios, as well as a two nights on the island of Paros. Yes - we paid for two hotels during this time which was easily worth it - Aristoteles was under $40 per night, a very good value. Room was clean with TV, bath & shower, hair drier, refrig tucked in the closet, air conditioner, and wooden 'pull down' shades to block light and sound. Helpful main desk man - explained how to catch buses, scheduled cab to airport, etc. Those wishing to spend time in a luxury hotel should find their four or five star hotel.

The people were friendly and helpful. For the very low price, I did not expect anything more than a few smiles, however they would help with directions, give suggestions and usually ask if there was something more that they could do. They tried to keep the place clean.

The ghetto of Athens. Horrible shower. In the middle of prostitute central. WiFi not good.

the area of the hotel is number one criminal neighberhood in all Athens.[...] was horrible!second problem, we were said that there was no problem to do a late checkout just have to come the same day and pay extra.when we did, the hotel was fully booked!our flight was at 2am the next day.

The location was OK but not as good as we thought. It was located in a not very good neighborhood but nothing happened to our rental car. The bathroom was not very cleaned and shower curtain was molded. The ad said a free HOT breakfast buffet was included but that was far from the truth. There was no hot buffet breakfast- someone brought us a small basket of dried bread with one boiled egg, one small sliced thin cheese and ham. Very disappointed. However, the Wifi worked well and the front staff was very nice.

only spent one night there. it was quiet,peaceful and a good location

Staff was very nice but the room was small and it is too far away from the airport

15, Acharnon Street Athens Attiki

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to National Archaeological Museum of Athens
  • Free buffet breakfast
  • Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining

Located in Athens City Centre within a short walk of National Archaeological Museum of Athens, Aristoteles Hotel is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Ancient Agora. This 61-room, 3-star hotel has free breakfast and a restaurant, along with free in-room WiFi. Located in central Athens, the hotel is also near Hellenic Parliament and Roman Agora.


Dining

Free buffet breakfast is served each morning from 7 AM to 9:30 AM. You can enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge or visit the onsite restaurant for a bite to eat. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room.


Rooms

Aristoteles Hotel's 61 rooms are air-conditioned and provide balconies, refrigerators, and safes. 22-inch LCD TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and beds sport premium bedding. Other standard amenities include phones and desks.


Property features

At Aristoteles Hotel, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and a computer station. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with tours or tickets, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and a TV in a common area.

Room options

Single Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 1

Triple Room

Twin 3 | Sleeps 3

Economy Double or Twin Room

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Aristoteles Hotel

Everyone (2) Couples (3) Family (2) Other (5) Friends (1)
5

excellent

Everyone

I HAD A 2 NIGHT STAY FOR A DENTIST APPOINTMENT AND EVERYTHING WAS VERY GOOD

By on Jan 7, 2017

3

ok for a night

Everyone

Small room. Not all items working. Felt like neighborhood was a little sketchy

By on Sep 30, 2016

4

stayed there many times

Singles

This is a great value of a hotel provided that you understand a couple of things. The neighborhood is, like most of the Omonia area, rather run-down. As an adult male, I don't have fears walking around there at night, but a single woman might be cautious. Basically, the hotel is giving you a clean, functional, admittedly Spartan room at a very low price. The hot water and the A/C work. Don't expect a great view of anything. Breakfast is the usual old-style Greek continental. This hotel increasingly accommodates younger tourists, which is unfortunate, because they make a lot of racket coming in. If you need help, the staff is friendly and willing to try. I have been in Greece so much that I don't really need much from them. The owner is a great guy, but I didn't see him around this year.

By on Jun 11, 2014

3

convenient simple close in town

Couples

Simple & basic, perfectly fine a bit small rooms but near metro, breakfast adequate, staff nothing special but fine, great falafel place around the corner awesome falafel or swarma for 1€

By on Jun 10, 2014

3

staff very good, location not the greatest

Couples

Athens in general didn't seem very safe. Just taking a walk around we ran into people doped up and one person approached us asking something in another language. At that point, we hailed a taxi and just went back to our hotel. Was not comfortable walking around at night. The hotel was a good value, as we just checked in in the late afternoon, and had a flight for the next morning. The person at the front desk was very helpful, and he assisted in helping us find a place to eat, gave us a map, and arranged for a taxi to bring us to the airport the next morning.

By on May 29, 2013

3

it is okay hotel for the price

Singles

The hotel is indeed very close from the center of city, however, the area is pretty ghetto... Compare to the price, it is good hotel. Staffs are friendly,free wifi every room, and they have 2 computers on the lobby/bar area, and you can use them for free. The nearist subway station is 10-15 minute by walk.

By on Nov 28, 2010

4

october 2010 athens vacation

Couples

We enjoyed our 10-day stay at the Aristoteles Hotel. It was an ideal location for us - we wanted a reasonable, low cost, nice hotel with a good central location, and got it. From the Aristoteles we took day trips out to the various sites - Delphi, Acropolis, Temple of Poseidon Sounion, Acropolis Museum, National Archaeological Museum, Temple of Zeus Olympios, as well as a two nights on the island of Paros. Yes - we paid for two hotels during this time which was easily worth it - Aristoteles was under $40 per night, a very good value. Room was clean with TV, bath & shower, hair drier, refrig tucked in the closet, air conditioner, and wooden 'pull down' shades to block light and sound. Helpful main desk man - explained how to catch buses, scheduled cab to airport, etc. Those wishing to spend time in a luxury hotel should find their four or five star hotel.

By on Oct 28, 2010

4

the people really cared

Singles

The people were friendly and helpful. For the very low price, I did not expect anything more than a few smiles, however they would help with directions, give suggestions and usually ask if there was something more that they could do. They tried to keep the place clean.

By on Jul 26, 2010

1

nice staff, but no where near 3 stars

Singles

The ghetto of Athens. Horrible shower. In the middle of prostitute central. WiFi not good.

By on Jun 13, 2010

2

all went great accept the location of th

GetawayWithFriends

the area of the hotel is number one criminal neighberhood in all Athens.[...] was horrible!second problem, we were said that there was no problem to do a late checkout just have to come the same day and pay extra.when we did, the hotel was fully booked!our flight was at 2am the next day.

By on Jun 8, 2010