Amalia Hotel Kalambaka

Theopetra, Kalambaka, Thessaly, 42200, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Theopetra, Kalambaka, is near Meteora, Megalo Meteoro Monastery, Varlaam Monastery, and Agios Stefanos.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsAmalia Hotel Kalambaka

    Reviewed by sguerreiro

    Muito Bom

    Reviewed Aug 15, 2012
    by (7 reviews) Barreiro , Portugal Flag of Portugal

    Fiquei no Amalia Hotel Kalambaka uma noite, como parte do tour de 3 dias Delfos, Meteora. O hotel é muito bom, muito espaçoso, com excelentes áreas de restaurante, bar e piscina, o único senão é ficar localizado distante da cidade de Kalambaka (não dá para ir a pé). O quarto e a casa de banho são bastante espaçosas, uma das portas (a que seria da varanda) dá para um jardim, com mesa e cadeiras. A comida do pequeno almoço e jantar (buffet) também foram excelentes. O hotel tem Wi-Fi gratuito no átrio.

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