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Stayed here in August 2017. It was for the 3rd time for us in the last years. We experienced again the same excellent level of service and hospitality. This time we booked the Deluxe Apartment with very nice views of Meteora, the valley and the...More
My husband and I stayed at the Dellas Hotel for 2 nights in August 2016. We honestly could not fault the hotel in any
The room was large, clean and the bed was super comfy. The hotel has ample parking and is located only...More
From arrival to departure, were made to feels a welcomed guest and an old friend. Checkin lady was very nice, professional, and genuinely interested in making sure we had a great stay and leant us a wonderful book to read on Meteora.
Rooms were very...More
This is the best hotel we stayed at during our two-week travel in Greece. The positives: (1) Wonderful reception staff - they were friendly, pleasant and helpful. Checking in/out was a breeze; (2) Rooms are clean and spacious; (3) Views were wonderful - you can...More
So many places to stay in Kalambaka, but we chose a great one. Large rooms with every facility, fabulous huge balcony with views over the Meteora rocks and the monasteries. Best breakfast ever on our six weeks in Europe. Such a great choice. A must...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.