We stayed here around September 2013 as we were on a family tour around Greece. Since some of us came straight from an afternoon flight from Athens, we arrived in Delphi rather late in the evening. Still, George (we learned Vicky was out on a break) was very accommodating and waited for us.
From the start- queries, booking, etc,--George handled everything very professionally and answered queries immediately.
Breakfast was also excellent. Overall, we enjoyed our stay and found the price just right for a quick tour of Delphi. Would book here again if given the opportunity to see Delphi and the surrounding areas again.
- 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