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Hotel Acropole Delphi
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Reviewed October 5, 2009

I have traveled to Greece annually for 20 years and I return to the Acropole yearly. The rooms on the non-street side of the hotel have stunningly beautiful views. It definitely has the best location in Delphi. The owners and staff are kind and gracious; I consider many of them friends. The breakfast is wonderful by Greek standards, including Greek yogurt, honey, various breads, hard-boiled eggs, sliced cheeses and meats, cereal, etc. Remember, most Greeks don't eat breakfast so don't expect the typical "American breakfast" anywhere in Greece. The noise varies depending on room location and time of day. Some rooms get noise from the entry-way, but the back-side of the hotel is extremely quiet, especially when hotel guests are not around. Wi-Fi is available in the room, and a PC is located in the lobby. The hotel is located within easy walking distance of the bus station and, in the other direction, the stunning ancient sites. As a writer, this is my favorite place to work.

  • Stayed: September 2009, traveled solo
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2  Thank delphoi
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Reviewed October 4, 2009

The views are spectacular, and the receiption area/breakfast room is very nice. Good location - walking distance to ancient site (10-15 mins). Quiet location off the main street. Very small rooms with ageing decor. Shower was awful - tiny (no room to turn around), with a shower screen of the type that blows in and sticks to you.

  • Stayed: September 2009, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 26, 2009

We had a corner room overlooking the distant bay and the town of Galaxadia. Spectacular, but also really hot outside so it was enjoyable to be on the balconey only for about an hour in the evening and morning.

The room was the drabbest we had in Greece, and the noisiest. Not street noise, or even hall noise, but from somewhere inside the hotel, perhaps we were just over the kitchen or some other operating area. Not a show stopper, but it is impossible to describe the stay as "peaceful".

Front desk help was serviceable but indifferent. Parking was a challenge but we were never more than 200 yards away. It's on a narrow one way street and just as we pulled up to unload a car came up in back of us so we pulled away and had to circle the entire town to get back in front to finish the process.

We didn't see any hotels with dedicated parking, so the Acropole is not worse off in that regard than any other hotel right in the town.

A few kilometers west and on the coast is Galaxadia. Take a drive through, it's lovely and may be a good alternative to staying in Delphi. More going on, probably more hotel options, the chance to swim and cool off, and less than 30 minutes from the temple and sites in Delphi.

  • Stayed: August 2009
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Reviewed August 10, 2009

I just stayed in Delphi at this hotel for a week, working on a classical studies course I teach as well as taking a holiday. The Acropole was absolutely delightful and exactly what I was looking for. The views from the rooms on the off-street side--down across the Pleistos valley, to the Corinthian gulf--are stunning: I spent many an hour sitting on my balcony reading and gazing out, or (when it got too warm) sitting inside my room with the air conditioning on (the balcony side of the room is entirely glass). Loveliest of all is watching the mountains turning pink in the early morning light, and the evening sun-set.

The rooms are charming: very tastefully decorated and clean, and mainly very quiet (just one night I could hear loud-talking guests when they wandered into the corridor opposite; there was no outside noise whatsoever). The aircon is a real asset in the summer heat (& of course you can set it to whatever temperature you like). The mini-fridges are actually rather large--large enough to store wine/ drinks/ snacks for enjoying the scenery with (the view is as good or better than in any of Delphi's cafes - and a supermarket picnic is of course much cheaper). The free wireless is convenient if you bring your laptop, but otherwise there's a pc in the lobby.

The hotel is family-run, with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The staff couldn't have been more helpful and attentive (in lots of ways, including supplying me with a great map for walking the ancient path down to Delphi's old port of Kirra). The breakfasts were great -- lots of variety (incl. fresh bread, sweet loaf, toasts, boiled eggs, ham, cheese, fresh yoghurt, honey, stewed fruits, a couple of cereals, canned peaches, fresh watermelon), constantly topped up, served in a pleasant dining area, and running from 7 am - 10.

The location couldn't be better - it's right in town, on the bottom of Delphi's 4 main streets (so that the views South towards the gulf are uninterrupted), with just a 5 minute walk west to the bus stop, and perhaps 10 mins' walk east to the ruins of Ancient Delphi. More generally Delphi is a great spot for long walks up into the mountains and down to the sea (there are nice beaches not far eastwards from Kirra).

I can't think of any downsides to this hotel: I thought it was lovely and reasonably priced. I'm definitely going to stay here if I visit Delphi again.

  • Stayed: August 2009, traveled solo
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1  Thank embath
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Reviewed May 19, 2009

We had a great experience at Hotel Acropole. Very clean and well decorated. Our room was excellent, with a breathtaking view of the nearby mountains (though not all rooms have such panoramic views. Small bar on 1st floor was convenient. Breakfast was excellent as well. Well located in Delphi just off the main street. Quiet and pleasant - an overall excellent hotel.

  • Stayed: May 2009, traveled with family
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