Dellas Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDellas Boutique Hotel Kalambaka
Our stay at Dellas was splendid. It was far and away the nicest hotel we stayed in during our nine days in Greece. The rooms are sumptuously appointed with quality linens and furniture, and each room has a large balcony where one can spend her/his time gazing at the incredible Meteora landscape (though not every room has a view of the mountains/karsts). The wifi in the hotel seemed strong and steady and there was plenty of parking in front of the building.
The staff was, without a doubt, exceptional. They truly went above and beyond to ensure that each and every guest felt welcome and valued. Each member was a wealth of information on the area; I am confident our experiences in the area were enhanced by the extra insider bits and pieces they shared with us. Their additional effort was even felt in the decadent breakfast that was laid out with care and happily attended to every morning.
Dellas is located right on the border of Kastraki and Kalambakka, so is quite convenient as both are walkable from it. There are a few restaurants very close to the hotel, and there is also a nice walking path to the old town of Kastraki, making it possible to avoid walking on the busy highway.
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... overcrowded the UK roads are. As we approached one if the towns along the route we were pulled to the side of the road by a group of police men, one asked for our passports, he looked at them very carefully, then asked where we were going, we told him and he told us it was 90 kilometres straight on, Doris was saying 94 Kilometres, so he was quite close. When we arrived in the valley we drove up a steep zig zagging road to Ambelakia, it's nestled in the hillside. In the ...
... quite well marked and most of the track was paved with stones,
but it was very steep and we needed to stop several times. We climbed past the
turn off to the monastery up to the road, where we sat and admired the view. We
met a few other intrepid walkers along the way. Having got up, of course we had
to walk down, but we made it back safely to the hotel well before it got dark.
We decided ...
... how they first got up there, and then had to get all the supplies to the top if this rock to build something. It is just amazing.
We paid our €3 to get into the monastery and spent about an hour walking around inside. They each had a church inside with some incredibly ornate paintings depicting what I assume are stories from the bible. We walked down from Great Meteora to the next monastery called Varlaam. This one was a little bit ...
In the last stages of sunset, we turned a corner and the magnificent shapes of the mountains ahead foretold that the clifftop monasteries we were coming to see, were going to be spectacular.
We drove around the perimeter road of these monasteries in the fading light, awestruck and humbled. Built on impossibly high spiky peaks,what possessed the monks to attempt such difficult building projects in the 1300's? By the 16th century there were 13 monasteries in all perched ...
... Treasury’. Only the foundations of the buildings and the walls are left but you can see how imposing it must have been. The treasury is a tomb on a nearby hill that they didn’t actually find any treasure in as it was not ever completely buried and thus was probably raided thousands of years ago.
In the afternoon we headed up to Corinth where we were planning on having a look at the Ancient city. In the end we decided just to have lunch in the modern ...