Dellas Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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... and fissures in the rock towers. It wasn't until the 11th-13th century that the first buildings were established. Access originally was difficult with long ladders lashed together or large nets used to haul goods or people. Apparently ropes were only replaced "when the Lord let them break". Six monasteries remain today, 4 inhabited by men, and 2 by women. They generally have no more than 14 inhabitants.
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... practice. This monastery was much
smaller than the others, with beautiful gardens and hardly any tourists and we
liked it very much. The views were spectacular, and we could look down on the
town, and even spotted our hotel way below. The young man at the entrance
taught is to say “no problem” correctly in Greek, and it has turned out be a
very useful phrase.
We knew what ...
... and not many of them can be seen from the town. It doesn't take long to drive to the first monastery, but actual visiting to the monasteries may take a while and be tiring, since there are many stairs. Roussanou is small, but it is shown in many classic Meteora pictures. Grand Meteora is the largest, but there are more stairs. The easiest monastery is ...
... Acropolis museum we saw the performance going on. A popular male and female duo was singing with an orchestra of about 50 musicians, entertaining the crowd facing the museum and with the Parthenon in the back drop. We stood with the crowd and enjoyed the performance for some time. People love smoking there and after a while it started bothering if you are not used to it. So we resigned to our low tolerance of smoke and our increasing hunger and wandered to ...