It's a perfect hotel to stay in Greece. It's near to the port and just a few minutes train ride away from central Athens.
Piraeus itself is great, the marina bay is amazing and there's a lot to do around.
The hotel breakfast is the highlight of the stay. Complement that with the comfy beds, friendly and helpful staff, can't really complain. Had fun staying here and will recommend it.
Good location Friendly staff. Good food. The Faros Hotel is situated close to Pereiras port and the metro is just a fifteen minute walk away. The staff were very hospitable and they made sure that you were comfortable. Amazing breakfast that just kept on coming. Very quiet. Will definitely stay there again.
I always end up here en-route to the airport.
It's literally a 5 minute walk from gate E8 at the port for Hydrofoils and a 7 minute walk from the airport bus.
The staff absolutely go above and beyond to help..I had my eyes lazered and the receptionist offered to put the drops in my eyes, I had a very injured knee and was offered assistance...they have looked for restaurants and booked them on-line for me.... up-graded me without being asked etc, etc....just excellent.
"Very close to the port. Great for overnight stay"
Stayed here for a quick overnight when coming back from the islands to catch our flight the next day. Easy to find and a short walk from the port - absolutely NOT work a taxi ride - even with two large suitcases. Staff were friendly and directed us to a great local restaurant. Room was quite small, but very clean and comfortable. Certainly met our needs for an overnight; however, would not stay for more than 1 or 2 nights.
I've seen quite a few horror stories from this place but having stayed here just on an overnight stop from the ferry to the airport the next morning, I can say it served our purposes just fine. The port area isn't very nice to wander around at night, so we were very grateful for the 24-hour reception where we were greeted in a friendly manner. The room itself was perfectly clean but not the most amazing quality. The bed was comfortable but for some reason came with one soft pillow and one that felt like a brick; we put the latter on the floor. The shower curtain didn't really do its job properly (there was water everywhere) and still managed to stick to you. The shower head itself wouldn't stay in place so you had to hold it. The view was effectively non-existent, just looking straight out into an alleyway. However the air conditioning and wifi worked well and frankly we slept fine, which was all we were looking for, and it was only about a 5-10 minute walk from the port/metro station.
Overall, not bad for the price but not somewhere I would stay for multiple nights.
We wanted a good hotel to stay overnight before travelling onward. The Anemoni is only 10 to 15mins walk from the port and provided clean, safe and comfortable accommodation at a very reasonable price. The staff were very welcoming and helpful. Nightlife - the hotel is well situated for local shops and the nearby Korai Place (10 mins walk, near the theatre) where there are numerous bars and eating places in a vibrant and safe environment. The hotel is also near the main X96 bus route. Overall, an excellent experience and will stay again. Piraeus has much more to offer than Athens!
Traveller from Manchester, UK
The Anemoni Hotel is situated at the center of Piraeus- near the Public Theatre and 10 minutes from the central port. It …More
This hotel made me feel like I was staying at my family's home away from home. They went above and beyond to help us with our questions and to make us feel welcome. The room was very clean. You could purchase hop on hop off bus passes here as well as tickets for any other of the main tours. This hotel is also close to the bus line that takes you directly to the airport for $6e per person. When I come back to Greece I will stay here again.
Traveller from Orange County
Lilia Hotel is conveniently located near all major public transportation stations- exhibition centres and shopping areas. The …More
Athens’ port since the fifth century BC, Piraeus today is an industrial affair, eight kilometres southwest of the centre. Ferries, catamarans and hydrofoils connect to the islands, and cruise ships doing the Mediterranean circuit stop here. The pretty fishing harbour of Mikrolimano is lined with seafood eateries, and the circular bay of Pasalimani filled with luxury yachts.
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