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The best budget hotels in Athens... inspected and approved.

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Hotel Adonis, Athens

The cash-only Hotel Adonis is situated on one of the quietest pedestrian streets in Plaka, one of Athens' oldest and quaintest neighborhoods.

7.8 Guest Rating

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Tempi Hotel, Athens

Tempi Hotel's affordable rates, bare-bones rooms, and friendly staff combine to make it both a great deal and a welcoming budget guesthouse.

7.9 Guest Rating

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Cecil, Athens

Cecil Hotel, one of our fave Athens hotels, maintains a charming, friendly Old World feel.

7.4 Guest Rating

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Niki, Athens

Niki's 23 rooms are tidy, streamlined, modern affairs. Wall-to-wall brown carpets provide an earthy nuance.

7.5 Guest Rating

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Arion Athens Hotel, Athens

Hotel Arion, which opened in time for the 2004 Olympics, perfectly expresses the affordable Athenian boutique hotel impulse.

8.1 Guest Rating

Hera Hotel, Athens

Hotel Hera is splurgeworthy for its relative affordability, its great location, and its inviting high-end atmosphere.

8.5 Guest Rating

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Phaedra Hotel, Athens

While the Phaedra doesn't have some of the modern amenities that most budget hotels in Athens now proffer, its reasonable rates, superb location, and compassionate staff are its big selling points.

7.9 Guest Rating

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Art Gallery Hotel, Athens

Art Gallery Hotel is a great option for travelers seeking a quiet place just off the tourist path.

8.3 Guest Rating


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Who are we? EuroCheapo is a guide to cheap hotels in Athens and throughout Europe. Since we launched our guide to Athens in 2006, we’ve been visiting, inspecting and reviewing hotels there, always with the same goal: to find the city’s best affordable (and central) sleeps.

Of course, Greece has been a tricky place to visit of late, with many tourists staying at bay because of the country’s financial and political challenges. However, true budget travelers haven’t been so easily dissuaded from visiting. Indeed, in many ways the country has become more interesting and affordable to visit.

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