Service at the reception has been good and quick. The persons at the reception were able to speak and understand fluent english, so communication without problems was possible. The change of the parking space (see below) was possible without problems 4/5.
Cleanliness: Well, the hotel itself is clean. You never have those moments thinking they should employ a vacuum cleaner here and there. However, the walls showed some signs of erm - let's call it usage - which were painted over. On the last days they started maintenance work/painting in the 6th floor: 3/5
Value: As written above, the hotel room left the impression as if a maintenance painting was due about a year ago. This lowers the value, however, considering the price the hotel still rates 3/5. However, breakfast and parking subtract an additional point: 2/5
Location: The hotel is located in a small one way road close to the harbour. The convention center Acropolis, the sea and the old town are reachable by foot with a 10min walk. The small road reduces the traffic influence to a minimum, however, the buildings in this road aren't that appealing 4/5.
Sleep quality: Excellent. Never slept like this in a hotel 5/5.
Rooms: Neither small nor spacious. There is enough space to put things to for one person. If you are staying with 2 persons in a room this might change to appear little "tight". Internet access was working without problems. Heating/AC was working but not used since the outside temperatures were in the right regime. A major backdraw is the bathroom-sleeping room window. Rating 3/5
Breakfast: Ok, I have seen breakfast in many hotels. This one was a small buffet. A bit dissapointing. Subtracts .5 points of the value rating.
Parking: It does cost 14 Eur / night. Parking spaces are tiny - really tiny. When I parked the rented Peugeot 208, I couldn't get out of the door. Had to park the car diagonal without ramming the pillars to get out...got assigned a bigger parking space when asking for it.
The ramp from the street to the parking level is a pain. Scratched the rear wheel rim when trying to go up the first time. Another guest scratched the front bumper of his car (Peugeot 308) and the rear left wheel rim when driving down (I saw this). Be extremely careful here! Get a person to assist you with the distance of the front bumper to the curb and use both outside rear view mirrors to watch your wheel rims/the cars sides. Otherwise the curbs might paint you an expensive scratch on your car...