WEIGHT: 59 kg
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The location of this Hotels leaves nothing to the imagination, as its located in the Red light district of Athens. The room was ok and I guess you get ehat you pay for, but the location was nothing to desire. The hotel is located in the shady area of Athens. My flight arrived after 10pm, took a taxi to hotel. I should have guessed something was wrong; when I told the taxi driver I was staying near Omonia square, he laughed out loud as if I was joking.
The first thing I noticed was prostitutes on every street corner surronding the hotel and lots of undesireables hanging around the local area. The carpet in the room was filthy, the walls in the room were in desperate need of paint, as they were stained and dirty. The beds were lumpy and pillows flat. The view overlooked a delapidated building. The bathrooms were modern, shower water pressure good. However, after leaving this hotel, many locals indicated that Omonia square is not a tourist location.
I booked this reservation based on other reviews. My flight got in to Athens at 3: The Alassia has a lovely marble reception and very friendly staff, even in the middle of the night! The man who checked me in even offered me a late check-out of 3pm at no extra cost, since I was getting in so late.
He said he didn't want me to be tired for Greece! The room itself was tiny but impeccably clean, which makes all the difference in the world. The hotel is very close to Omonia Square and about a 20 minute walk to the Acropolis, which thanks to the generosity of the late check-out, I was able to get up early, leave my bags in the hotel, see both attractions and then check out.
Wonderful hotel for the money, if you are not looking for luxury and just want a clean safe place to lay your head while you sight-see Athens, the Alassia is great value.