Location is more or less acceptable, even though I have struggled finding anywhere decent to go for a dinner. Don’t be misled by the hotel name as it is nowhere near Acropolis. I did not get any welcome drink on arrival from sour-faced reception staff. The room was extremely dark, lacking any source of lighting – natural or artificial, and the view from my room was a dark noisy alleyway, overlooking air conditioning units.
The whole experience felt like I was inside some sort of social engineering experiment: the ego-centric owner must like loud house music, so I must like it too, the owner must be vegetarian, so I must be too, the owner must be into retro décor style, so I must be too. Breakfast is actually not bad… if you are vegetarian, and a total disaster if you are not. You have to ask to get your fried eggs or omelette, and if you ask for fried sausages, you will hear “no, we are vegetarian!” You have no choice but to become veggie retro hipster and listen to the loud house beat until midnight, no matter what floor your room is on, and what’s even worse you have to listen to the same at breakfast. Be prepared to wait for extra-long time for lifts and use weird button system.
For the grand finale I had a theft from my room. Hotel has recorded the theft but has not done anything to resolve the issue, I faced complete poker-faced indifference and lack of sympathy from the reception staff, saying that cleaners have not taken anything.