When we got up that morning there was prostitutes hanging around the steps of the hotel. We went down stairs to hand in our keys to head out and one of them was at the desk with a punter and handed the man at the desk money which he pocketed and gave them a key and they headed up the stairs!
I seen this happen 3 times during the 2 times i happened to be at the desk that morning! On 2 occasions the same woman! We decided from then that we were gonna look for somewhere dfferent. After an hour of looking we found another hotel and went back to check out! When we tried to check out they got very volatile and started shouting at us! They couldn't speak much english so most of it was in greek! They tried to take our bags of us but we made it clear that we were leaving so they said to come back later that day to talk to the boss!
We went back a couple of hours later again to find prostitutes hanging around outside on the steps of the hotel. When we went in there was a different man on the desk and after he sorted the prostitute out with a room that went in ahead of us we explained our situation! He too was very volatile towards us but did ring the boss! I then found out that i had already been charged for the 6 nights i was ment to be staying there even though when it was booked i was told that my credit card would not be charged and was just for reservation purposes to hold my room!
He then told me that they would refund the other half back to my card. So we booked out and all in all i was checked into the hotel for less than 12 hours before i checked back out! It would have been even less if i could have helped it! When i got home from my trip i rang my credit card company and found out that they had actually charged me over a month before i had even travelled to athens and as of yet there is no sign of my refund.
I will post back however if i do recieve it! I would definatly NOT reccommend this hotel to anyone! Due to the EU Soccer finals taking place in Athens, this was the only hotel my travel agent could find for the four days I would be vacationing in Athens. First of all my credit card was billed for the full stay when the room was first reserved in April. Communication with the staff was very trying- extremely limited English. My first room had only a bed, chair, night stand with a small light no shade on it.
There was no closet or dresser. The TV was broken. The room had a window that looksx ouf into the hall way - go figure. I complained about the TV and was moved to a room that was more resonable. Both rooms needed a good cleaning, esp. The beds were made up with only a bottom sheet. You had to finish making the bed yourself, and there were no bed spreads. The neighborhood is pretty scary. The area is active with prostitution- both female and male. Managed to be present at the registration desk when the same women brought there john's into the hotel.
I was propositioned a couple of times by prostitutes who sat on the hotel's front steps. Though, once they knew I wasn't interested, they backed off and there were no problemse -even got to the point of waving hello to one another. I would not recommend this hotel to anyone, nor would I go back, unless it was the "hotel of last resort.
At first, even the taxi driver didn't find the hotel. It was in a strange neighbourhood with drug addicts at night. The owner of the hotel only spoke Greek, the cleaning lady had to translate. Room was very little. Will never go back there Flights Vacation Rentals Restaurants Things to do. All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers.
More like a hostel for prostitutes! Once the edit period has expired, authors may update their posts by removing and reposting them. To read more about editing your posts, please follow this link: Going to the red light district was like walking through the zoo! Everytime we saw someone come out of the brothel is that what they are called there?
Prior to your trip were you not aware that prostitution is legal in Amsterdam and there is a Red Light District? Why would you be in total shock to see someone coming out of a kamer prostitutes room? If that is really how you feel you probably should have avoided it instead of gawking at everyone as if they were zoo animals.
You have to let go of your American ideals when you travel to a foreign country. This is why people think we are ignorant. I am surprised by this. I am sure that the hotel would only be concerned if you paid for a single room and they perceived the person was staying overnight: All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Prostitutes In Hotel Rooms. Browse forums All Browse by destination.
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