We stayed here one night to see the sites at Delphi. Our room was a bit tight and a little worn in places, but you cannot beat the price. One minor qualm is that the walls are a tad thin (someone was having a party next door to us the night we spent there), so that might bother light sleepers, but it didn't keep us up. The breakfast was modest but sufficient, and George was the ultimate host, calling us the night before to remind us that Greece-time would "fall back" an hour while we slept and not to get up too early! Overall, a good value.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In Mycenaean times, Delphi, which was called "Rocky Pytho"€� by Homer, was sanctuary of a female deity, Ge, who gave oracles through a prophetess. Family-run friendly, warm atmosphere. Comfortable lounge fireplace, air-conditioning, cafe bar, central heating, bathrooms, TV set, breakfast, coffee, pastries, drinks. Emphasis on cleanliness of all rooms. The hotel is centrally located near all public services and places of interest. Things to do: visit the Archaeological Museum, the Archaeological Sites, Sikelianos, Stately Home Open Sports Centre: (Volleyball, Tennis, Basketball) shops, restaurants, cafes, bars. There is easy access to Parnassus Ski Centre and the nearby villages for one-day trips. Unique combination ofmountainous landscape, the olive groves and the sea. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Pitho Rooms Delphi