NEXT ROOM 3 BEDS BREAKFAST WIFI TV
NEXT ROOM 3 BEDS BREAKFAST WIFI TV

Private room

3 guests

1 bedroom

3 beds
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The space

This is a room in apartment where I don't live :))
1. The room:

This bedroom has a double large bed, 2 nightstand, mirror, TV, studio, large closet, access to balcony,TV,heater,WI-FI access (high).
Wash and dry (5 euro)

2 . Location:

- buss station, metro station(Omonoia and Metaxourgeio), you are conected with all areas in Athens.
- Central train station ( Larisa ), is 10/15 min. walking destination :
From Larisa station you can also take a train to all the major cities of Greece (Thessaloniki) as well as some cities outside the country, such as Bulgaria, Turkey, you can use ( InterRail).
- grocery store, bakery, super-market, greek traditional restaurants, tavernas, fast-food,cafes, banks and pharmacies .
- Acropolis-20 min walking
- Thissio - 15 min walking
- Monastiraki (the ancient market), 10 min walking
- Plaka (is called the neighborhood of gods where are all greek tavernas and restaurants), 3 metro stations
- Gazi (all clubs and night life is there), 2 metro stations
- Sintagma (the Greek Parliament and Guard, the National Garden etc.) 2 metro stations
--> 30 - 40 min by metro from:
- aiport,
- Pireus port,
- sea side.

3 . Also at your disposal for free:

- free high speed WI-FI Internet,
- free computer with Internet Access,
- hair dryer,
- linen and towels (change every two days);
PS. Wash & Dray Service ( 5 Euro ) , We will take care of your laundry :)

4 . Breakfast in the price :
butter, bread, jam, coffee milk, coffee,tea,orange juice,some sweets :)

INFO

Important - print this map out and bring it with you so you can find us easier. There's only 10 numbers on our street!
Our address is: Kamaterou Street 3, Athens, Greece.

Coming from the airport:
You have to take subway from the airport to Syntagma square (it's around 35-40 minutes to reach Syntagma and the ticket costs €8), or you may take bus number X95, from the airport to Syntagma square. It's around 40-45 minutes to reach Syntagma and the ticket costs €5. In both cases you have to take subway from there to Omonoia square (two stops). There is a big mall called 'Hondos Center' (ask someone to show you).

If you take bus and get off Syntagma square you have 2 minutes walking to the subway station, which is just on the other side of the bus station, you get off. :)The subway journey from there to Omonoia Square will take about 5 minutes. Omonoia Square is the second stop (the first is Panepistimio University), the ticket price is €1.40 (for the subway). If you use the subway from the airport (which costs€8), you can use the same ticket to transfer to Omonoia square. :) the ticket is valid for one and half hours, so...you have to decide which way you want to go. :)

In both cases you have to get off in Syntagma and change to another subway for Omonoia square (by the way, the subway you have to change is just one floor, up - just ask someone if you get a bit lost.

If you prefer us to meet you at Omonoia Square, please let me know ,contact me here or at the email ( after your booking ),to confirm the details :)

See you soon!


The space
Accommodates: 3
Bathrooms: 1.5
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 3
Check In: Anytime after 2PM
Check Out: 11AM
Room type: Private room

Amenities
Free parking on premises
Internet

Prices
Extra people $12 / night after the first guest
Cleaning Fee $12
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House Rules
Check in is anytime after 2PM

Cancellations

Availability
2 nights minimum stay

89 Reviews

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Drew User Profile
June 2017
We started off a little rocky when we had a room unfit to stay in, but the staff that's on hand acted quick to make our stay a ton better. We got a room that was up to our standards and enjoyed our stay after that. That being said, It was very hot so our window had to be open the whole time and it's on a very loud and busy street that doesn't ever get quiet. Bring ear plugs and your stay will be much better. They provided a fan, which saved the day, but it was still too hot to sleep with any clothes or blankets. Other than that, everything was fine. We were glad they had a laundry service, and a working elevator. Great value, you can't beat under €30 a night in a city like Athens. Cheap falafel and coffee near by and a close walk to the Acropolis and agora.

Ben User Profile
April 2017
Good Stay

Bruce User Profile
March 2017
Some good points, a lot not so good. It's near the metro and transportation. It's near the archeological museum. Not so good -- the neighborhood is urban gritty, and the traffic noise rather constant. The operation is four sleeping rooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, and a little foyer on the sixth floor of an older building. The ambiance is shabby flea market. Not really dirty, but not particularly clean. No real locks on the bathrooms. "Breakfast" is a joke: three slices of bread, two cookies, a little container of butter and one of jam. Host is not resident, and you must rely on the considerate behaviour of your fellow guests, which is not assured. Not awful, but not particularly good.

Caroline User Profile
March 2017
Miglen is very helpful with directions to his place, as well as tons of information on how to get around Athens!

Allison User Profile
March 2017
Great place, 20 minute walk from Acropolis. Hosts were very accomodating and helpful.

Jesse User Profile
December 2016
great

Darryl User Profile
June 2016
Practical but not elegant housing solution. Location is within walking distance of public transportation and key historical sites. Pull chain toilets in shared bathroom required some practice to make effective use of them. With temperatures in the 35+ C, lack of air conditioning made the fan and open window a necessity, which gave us a good ear on the local street scene. Sliced bread in a plastic grocery bag with a selection of prepackaged jelly made up the breakfast but we just walked to the many local shops for our meals.

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Athens, GreeceJoined in May 2011
Miglen User Profile

My name is Miglen. My education is Profile ceramics, design and decoration and sculpture. I am funny and friendly. I like to travel and to create new friends, but also I work hardly. So ... this is me :)

Languages: English, Ελληνικά, Русский
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour

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