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This is a small hotel with very friendly staff, especially at reception where we were given a full briefing on the sights of Meteora and how to get to them. Walking distance from a fine taverna, with more in Kastraki and Kalambaka nearby.
We stayed for three nights and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Stayed in room 101 which was a corner room. Bedroom very large with another living room and average size bath. Wrap around balcony was a good way to see nature.
Comfy bed and best of...More
I stayed here with 2 of my friends and it was a great hotel. The room was place but decently priced, they cleaned it quickly (as we were eating breakfast), provided a decent breakfast (with tons of jams to choose from) and even make us...More
Apostolia was very helpful, responsive, knowledgeable and kind. The owner of the hotel also was very friendly, approachable, and he even personally helped us with the switches in one of our rooms one night. Breakfast is the best we've had throughout our 3-week long stay...More
When was the last time you arrived at a hotel and:
The parking was easy
The location was good
The staff was very nice and helpful
The room was nice and comfortable
Thr WiFi in the room actually worked
All this things happened at Dellas...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.