Firstly, I would recommend driving if you were to visit Meteora. This hotel is best for visitors who drive.
My first impression is the space - rooms are big to the point I find it rather "empty" compared to the usually cramped hotel rooms. The second impression is of course the amazing view of the Meteora rocks - amazing, simply amazing! And try to spend some time star-gazing at night.
Breakfast was included. It was good but nothing more of the standard spread in other hotels in Greece. It's really close to Kalambaka where there are many restaurants to choose from for a good dinner, with some wine while enjoying the quiet village and the imposing rocks.
Set your GPS to Kastraki instead of Kalambaka.There is another Hotel Meteora in Kalambaka but it was more of a B&B - went there and the owner guided us to the right hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Meteora is both a modern and traditional hotel located in the scenic region of Meteora. Opened in July, 2006, the hotel offers unique comforts and splendid spaces of relaxation that characterize the detail and the originality of the interior design. Built on the higher point of the region of Kastraki, visitors have awe-inspiring views of the incomparable beauty of natural landscape including the fascinating rocks of Meteora. ... more less
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