Athens is one of the very affordable cities to visit, so choosing a nice hotel within a decent budget is not hard at all. Don’t be fooled by the title: out of the hotels in the list, none come close to €100 and most are within the €30-50 range..
All of the hotels in the article are close to Omonia and/or Monastiraki squares, which means you are close to the metro and to the sights.
The hotel is centrally located, right by the metro station. There are 25 rooms available for the guests, all with AC, en-suite shower and bathroom, phone and minibar. There’s a cheap internet café on site, as well as a restaurant and bar.
If you plan to travel to Athens in early December 2016, a double starts at €35 per night.
In early 2017, the prices for a double room start at €39 per night, while a triple (family room) starts at €55 per night. Singles start at €30 per night. The same prices apply for the summer of 2017 (during the high season).
Minoa Athens Hotel
The 3-star hotel is located within walking distance of the Acropolis and other major sites in Athens. The rooms have minibar, flat-screen satellite TV, safe and hairdryer. Most rooms have AC.
If you plan to travel to Athens in early December 2016, a double starts at €45 per night.
In early 2017, the prices for a double room start at €42.50 per night, for a triple at €50 per night and a single at €30 per night.
During the high season 2017, the prices for a double room start at €55.25 per night, for a triple at €74 per night and a single at €40 per night.
This hotel has been recently renovated and all rooms have AC. It’s located right near Omonia Metro station and at about 1km from Syntagma Square. All rooms have private bathrooms, TV and phone. The guests can enjoy the bar and restaurant facilities.
The prices for the 2017 high season range between €80 per night for a double room , €63 per night for a single room and €102 per night for a triple room.
During the 2017 low season the prices range between €60 per night for a single room and €70 per night for a double. Triple rooms start at €90 per night.
>>Price €70-80/night/double, with breakfast
Zorbas Hostel & Hotel
The hotel is located in Victoria Square, right in the center of Athens. Cafes, restaurants and museums are within walking distance. All rooms have AC and there’s free wi-fi internet in the hotel.
During the 2017 high season, Zorbas seems to be already sold out for July and August 2017.
During the 2017 low season, the prices range between €28 per night for a double room (deal), €36 per night for a triple room (deal) and only €9 per night for a bed in a dorm.
>>Price €34 / night/ double, no breakfast
This charming family run hotel is a bit more expensive (especially during summer) but we couldn’t resist talking about it. It combines the friendly Greek atmosphere with the cozy rooms, all equipped with AC, TV, bathroom and phone. There’s a restaurant on site and a rooftop garden.
During the 2017 high season, the hotels seems to be already sold out for July and August 2017.
During the 2017 low season, the prices range between €40.50 per night in an economy double room (deal), €45 per night in a double room, €58.50 per night in an economy triple room (deal), €81 per night in a quadruple room and €36 per night in a single room.
>>Price €40.50 / night/double, with breakfast
Hotel Filoxenia Athens
Located in Victoria Square, the hotel is close to everything: cafes, restaurants, museums. All rooms have AC, private bathroom, TV and phone. The hotel also offers a bar, a restaurant, a rooftop garden and free internet access.
The hotel is already booked up for 2017.
The hotel is located just 5 min walk from Monastiraki square (and metro station). Omonia square is also close by and Acropolis is within easy walking distance. Free coffee and tea are provided during the stay. All rooms have AC, TV and private bathroom with bathtub. Free wi-fi is available in the lobby and there are also books and board games for the guests to use.
Unfortunately, right now we cannot see any availability for 2017 but it’s always worth shooting them an email to ask.
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