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Royal Olympic Hotel - Athens Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
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Royal Olympic Hotel

28-34 Athanasiou Diakou Str, Athens - Map
 
 
"Beautiful hotel Excellent location"
my stay at the Royal olympic was very good, very classy hotel, with a great breakfast selection to start your day with a stunning view, friendly staff, general feel of the standard rooms were nice but more like 4star than 5, but the better rooms and suites are fantastic with fantastic views, no iron or ironing board available in the rooms but that was about it with the short comings, I would definitely stay there again maybe this summer a thumbs up from me
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Divani Palace Acropolis - Athens Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
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Divani Palace Acropolis

19 25 Parthenonos St, Athens - Map
 
 
"Athens, Greece"
The Divani Palace was very comfortable. The hotel is of walking distance to many of the ancient monuments like the Acropolis, the Acropolis Museum, Temple of Olympian Zeus, and so on. There is a market one block from the hotel. . . . The infamous Plaka is also of walking distance. The location and comfort of the hotel makes it ideal and perfect for a visit in Athens.
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    On the southern edge of Plaka, the pedestrianised archaeological promenade skirts the foot of the Acropolis, cutting between the pine-covered slopes of Filopappos Hill and Herodes Theatre (built 2 AD), hosting open-air performances through summer. Close by is the New Acropolis Museum, designed by Swiss architect Bernard Tschumi.

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