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Budget Hotel in Athens: Attalos vs Cypria? Other suggestions also welcome!

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We will spend 3 nights in Athens (Oct 16-19) at the end of our vacation. We are ok with very basic accommodation as long as it is very clean, centrally located and safe to walk around.

I have read, and read, and then read some more. And have come up with two contender hotels: Attalos and Athens Cypria. They are smilarly rated in Booking, Trip Advisor gives the advantage to Attalos. There is a $50 difference between both for the 3-night stay in favor of Attalos. We are budget travelers but not penny pinchers (well, at least not me and I'm the one in charge of travel planning). Yet, those $50 will buy quite some Mythos and a few souvlakis.

Esteemed Fodorites have recommended both. So, any thoughts on pros and cons for each hotel? Any other budget hotel I should consider?

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