Art Hotel Athens

27 Marni Street, Atenas

Se trata de un elegante hotel boutique, alojado en un edificio neoclásico restaurado, que goza de una ubicación ideal en el centro de la ciudad. Conforma una base perfecta desde donde explorar la ciudad y ofrece unos espléndidos interiores decorados con obras de arte originales. Cuenta con un total de 30 habitaciones, modernas comodidades y un servicio impecable para satisfacer todas las necesidades de los huéspedes distinguidos de hoy en día. Las instalaciones ofrecidas constan de vestíbulo con recepción y servicio de registro/salida 24 horas, cambio de divisas, cafetería, bar, restaurante, salas de conferencias y conexión a Internet. Además, tiene a su disposición el servicio de habitaciones y de lavandería, ambos por un cargo adicional. El hotel se encuentra a poca distancia a pie del Teatro Nacional, Plaza Omonia, Museo Arqueológico, Acrópolis y de la antigua zona de Plaka. La cercana estación de metro le proporciona un transporte rápido y sencillo hasta los lugares históricos y puntos de interés más importantes. El hotel está rodeado de restaurantes, bares, cafterías, calles comerciales y lugares de entretenimiento

Horarios

Entrada: 1200
Salida: 1100
Cancellation fees will be charged to credit card if the reservation is cancelled after the time limit or in case of no-show. Conditions are indicated in the rates policy.

Dirección Art Hotel Athens

27 Marni Street , CP: 10432 , Atenas , Grecia
Teléfono: 34 93 4525570
Fax: +30 210 5243384

Servicios del Hotel

  • Limpieza en seco
  • Restaurante
  • Caja de seguridad
  • Salones/Bares
  • Servicio de habitaciones
  • Aire acondicionado
  • Recepción las 24 horas
  • Ascensores
  • Registro de salida exprés
  • Servicio de despertador
  • Facturación exprés
  • Máquina de hielo
  • Servicio de aerolínea
  • Bodega de equipajes
  • Registro de salida tardío disponible

Comodidades de las habitaciones

  • Aire acondicionado
  • Minibar
  • Secador
  • Caja fuerte
Art Hotel Athens

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Comentarios sobre Art Hotel Athens

Total de comentarios 16
  • Great rooms, good breakfast but the area is a bit run down. 2012-06-11 - hotels.com

  • Attractive hotel, but in not very delightful area, though actually it seems to be safe enough (possible problems in and around Metro in Omonia Square). 2012-06-01 - venere.com

  • For some reason we were upgraded to beautiful spacious room with huge ""balcony"" (flat roof area), though we paid only basic €55 price. 2012-06-01 - venere.com

  • Staff extremely friendly and helpful, not to say generous. 2012-06-01 - venere.com

  • Nice hotel with lovely staff, only 5 min from main square and metro, area around hotel a bit rough but we found this in all areas of athens 2012-03-01 - venere.com

  • The staff was so helpful when I wanted to print some documents, no need to search for a print shop. 2011-05-02 - hotels.com

  • The decor IS indeed Artful with a casual elegance befitting the lovely old building; modern and classical combined. 2011-05-02 - hotels.com

  • The staff is uniformly helpful and friendly @ the Art Hotel and I returned for a 2nd visit. 2011-05-02 - hotels.com

  • The breakfast room and food offerings are excellent with a beautiful buffet in a blissfully quiet room shaded by silky curtains. 2011-05-02 - hotels.com

  • The area is OK during the day, but in the night the location doesn't seem really safe 2010-08-01 - venere.com

  • Terrible hotel!!! 2010-06-22 - expedia.com

  • The room was filthy - including toothpaste on the walls in bathroom etc! 2010-06-22 - expedia.com

  • You can't expect too much from a continental breakfast but what they served was substandard! 2010-06-22 - expedia.com

  • Bathroom with a jacuzzi, seemed and looked dirty. 2009-12-01 - venere.com

  • the hotel is located in a central location to a lot of the sights walking distance, but it is in a bad area of the city and hotel is low budget. 2009-06-21 - expedia.com

  • In a city where the problem is that staff at hotels are unhelpful or unfriendly, we found Art Hotel to be the complete opposite. 2009-06-01 - venere.com