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Alice Inn in Athens – Hotel Review

This charming little hotel in the heart of Athens’s central Plaka district, named after the owner’s grandmother, is basically everything I look for in a place to stay in a big city. Established four years ago, Alice Inn combines the atmosphere of a lovely old Athenian building, modern eclectic design, and an individual approach to guests. Staying at this unique bed and breakfast feels almost like visiting a friend.

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Attalos Hotel in Athens – Hotel Review

The moment I stepped out on the terrace of my top floor room in Hotel Attalos, I was swept off my feet by the fantastic view. It was late in the evening and the floodlit Acropolis was a really impressive sight. The hotel has six floors, while the sixth is the only one with balconies that allow guests to fully enjoy the iconic sight. But don’t worry, even if your room doesn’t come with this view, you can always go up to the fully accessible rooftop terrace, where every guest can admire the Acropolis Hill while sipping on a drink from the rooftop bar. Continue reading Attalos Hotel in Athens – Hotel Review

FLASHPACKER DELIGHT – HOSTEL GENERATOR PARIS, FRANCE

A flashpacker is usually defined as someone who follows similar trails like a backpacker during his travels, but refuses to make ‘travelling on a shoestring’ his priority. He needs that extra touch of luxury, comfortable conditions and stylish accommodation, whilst enjoying the benefits of the social atmosphere of typical backpacker haunts.  In these terms, the Generator Paris hostel is a flashpacker’s paradise. Continue reading FLASHPACKER DELIGHT – HOSTEL GENERATOR PARIS, FRANCE

The colours of Hotel Helussi – Paris, France

The 9th arrondisement of Paris, where Hotel Helussi is located is one of the best areas to stay during your visit. It is very conveniently located between the 1st and 2nd arrondisement in the South and the 18th in the North. What it means in non-Parisian language is that famous sites like Monmartre and the Sacre Coeur Basilica, the Louvre Museum, Jardins de Tuilleries, and many more, are all easily accessible by metro in the same short period of time. Continue reading The colours of Hotel Helussi – Paris, France

WHERE TO STAY ON BALI AND GILI

Bali and the Gili Islands are the most touristy areas in Indonesia. As always, it has its advantages and disadvantages. A big advantage is inarguably the big variety of accommodation options, especially on Bali. The rising competition results in generally high standards for reasonable prices. Here, I am focusing on recommendations for the budget traveler, so if you’re looking for cheap yet unique hostels and homestays, read on. Continue reading WHERE TO STAY ON BALI AND GILI