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Warm greeting from Reception. The Receptionist offered to take our bags to our room. There are no lifts (ground and first floor only). The room looked over the rocks, as requested, had a balcony was spotless and extremely comfortable beds.
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The two young ladies who take turn running the front desks are professional, energetic, efficient and very friendly. They were very helpful to us in planning our visits. We did, however, find the location of the hotel a bit isolated. If we were to do...More
We stayed only few hours, reaching the hotel in the afternoon and leaving very early in the morning the day before. During the check-in, a very kind receptionist gave us the opportunity to have a take away breakfast the next day provided that we would...More
Everything is wonderful! It was the best hotel on our trip to Greece among the seven hotels. Comfortable and clean rooms, good furniture, all that is needed there. At our request was immediately granted a kettle and cups for tea. Tasty and varied breakfast. Very...More
it's a slight walk from the train station (about 10min) but this is one of our best stay in greece. the room is big, clean and neat. there's a cozy lounge nearby the reception; feels like home the moment we stepped in. the owner mr....More
We went to Meteora after a cruise (so we were rested up) as a one night overnight trip from Athens via train. Booked on-line (the railroad is called TrainOse) for 59 Euros R/T for 2 in first class (do this, it gets you a... More
We went to Meteora after a cruise (so we were rested up) as a one night overnight trip from Athens via train. Booked on-line (the railroad is called TrainOse) for 59 Euros R/T for 2 in first class (do this, it gets you a slightly smaller compartment--6 people--rather than open seating. About 5 hours each way. Very scenic and you aren't dealing with driving in Greece. The train station in Kalambaka is a mile or two from the Dellas Hotel, but taxis are very cheap (~5 Euro each way, as I recall). There is a direct train (no transfer required) in the morning which got us to Kalambaka just after 1 PM. We checked in at the hotel, had a late lunch and then went on the "Visit Meteora" sunset tour. The next morning we took the 1/2 day "Visit Meteora" tour (different monasteries...very complimentary to the sunset tour, had a late lunch and then took the late afternoon (5:30 PM) direct train back to Athens. Gets you back to Athens at about 10:30, another reason to do this when you are well rested The two tours gave us a nice, pretty complete experience in Meteora. You could, of course, stay longer.
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"Any room should be fine as this is a quiet place"