Meteora Hotel4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
It is clean, beds are comfortable, shower is good, rooms are ugly, view is great, no internet in the rooms, breakfast is included but is very average. So, I Can't really complain but I also find it hard to recommened.
If you want stunning views of the hills behind Kalambaka and Kastraki and a tranquil stay, then this is your hotel. It is slightly out of town and not really accessible by foot, although it can be done. This effectively means you need to eat dinner at the hotel unless you have a car or don't mind getting a taxi to and from town. The dinner is average, both in terms of quality and price. It could be better. The same goes for the breakfast which was quite large in terms of choice but not great in quality. The staff were extremely helpful and the receptionist both advised us on, and booked, our sunset tour of the Monasteries which was well worth the money. The room and hotel were clean and as long as you are fine with the remote location, then I would recommend staying here as a base for exploring Meteora.
We loved our stay there. We wish we've arrived earlier to enjoy the sun by the pool. View from the pool is great, even from the breakfast/dining room. Hotel clean, spacious, large choice of food at breakfast. Sotiris, at the reception, with his fluent knowledge of Italian language, was very courteous and always helpful
Stayed here for one night and it was a great experience. The hotel grounds are STUNNING, especially the pool with the mountain views, and the amphitheater below. The hotel staff was so kind and helpful and the rooms were clean! My only issue is the tub. There was no shower curtain so when I showered the water went everywhere 😔. But that's my only issue- other than that it was amazing!! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!
We booked a double room at the price of 180 euros for 2 nights (the price way over the value already). I was a bit concerned about the price but we had good recommendations from locals, especially for the view. Well the view is great, but that's the amazing landscape of Meteora itself, the hotel has nothing to do with that. The first thing you want to know is that the hotel is isolated and you won't be able to find it the first time, guaranteed. The rooms are decently cleaned, I had many better and cleaner stays in Greece, but be advised that the towels won't be changed every day. The TV in our room seemed to have no signal, we did inform the reception about it but nothing was done. Finally and in disbelief that someone had not done it in the first place I found out that I had to adjust the settings, as if the Tv was being used for the first time. The amenities are pretty basic at best. There are no outside shutters so you will wake up pretty easily. Moreover during our stay we found two centipedes but ok let's skip this matter as well since it is the countryside. The breakfast just won't do it. Breads, cakes, croissant etc were stale, they must have been served one or two times before. Omelette was not edible, at least for my taste. Only two employees were occupied in the huge breakfast area so the tables were not being cleaned on time and wasps were having a party. But let's just say that is the small stuff. On the second day, we returned to the hotel close to midnight only to find out that it was packed with cars and and people because of a wedding ceremony. Of course no parking space was reserved for the hotel guests and as a result I had to park about 400 meters from the hotel, in the middle of nowhere since as I have stated already the residence is isolated, and with the threat of it being stolen or damaged. The band in the wedding ceremony was playing local instruments "klarina", in very loud levels. When I expressed my reasonable complaints to the receptionist, his response was in the style of "what do you want me to do? This happens all over Greece (big lie). Do whatever you want, I don't care call the police". Of course he never came to fix the tv when I told him again about it. Well on the upside we found out that the rooms are somewhat soundproof. We did not hear the sound from the klarina, just the crackles from the decibels... Unless you are getting married, do not stay at this place!
The view from the hotel is amazing and the hotel look is really nice. It is obvious that some time in the past this hotel was real luxurious. But really poor maintenance transformed this hotel to max 6 out of 10 rating. The biggest issue is the pool. The water are green (!!) and dirty. The water level is below the pool surface. It simply doesn't look inviting to get in. I've never encountered such poor pool maintenance and I estimate that it is although risky health wise. The poor maintenance is obvious also inside the room. The door that cannot be locked, the bathroom which looks tiered, the bath shower hose that was assembled in the opposite direction. In the public area a WC sink with water tap that is not working (not connected to water). And more. Lastly the breakfast and dinner was mediocre at best. Hotel manager: revamp your maintenance and chef and your hotel will get 9 out of 10 easily!
Finding this hotel on TripAdvisor is confusing: there this one - "Hotel Meteora", there is a "Meteora Hotel", and there is a "Grand Meteora Hotel"! The pictures don't help much either because they may be posted by clients who were also confused. I think I found the right one judging by the pool. This is one of those hotels that thinks it's more than it really is. I encountered this in other hotels, usually in hotels for groups, which I believe is also the case here. It is not a luxury hotel, it's a 4 star hotel with things left to be desired. The hotel is isolated, outside the village, which is great if you want peace and tranquility, but not so great if you don't have car. It's a bit tricky to find by car or to find the village from the hotel, but no big issue. The building and the grounds are OK. Rooms are nothing special. Air conditioner in room was very weak. The main attraction is the view and the pool, although the pool is not large enough and can get very crowded. Wifi is available (sort of) only in the Reception area - as other people mentioned this, it's obviously misleading advertising, despite what they say at the hotel. Breakfast was decidedly among the poorest we had in Greece - even the coffee was undrinkable. The restaurant... We had an interesting experience there: as per advice of earlier waiter, we waited until 9.15 pm to go to dinner (they had a large group at 8.30 pm). Our waiter (a different one) was a bit "breezy". He brought bread (unremarkable) and a bottle of water without being asked (they charge for it). We ordered vegetables soup for both of us, telling him that we'll order the rest afterwards. Half an hour later he shows up with only one soup - he hadn't understood we both wanted soup... Took another 15 minutes for husband to get his, without the stick of toasted and oiled bread that mine came with. The soup was good, but not hot enough. After apologizing for the "misunderstanding" when he brought the second soup, our waiter disappeared and was not to be seen again. By now, we had enough and left. Next day, we came back hot and exhausted from touring monasteries and wanted lunch but were advised that the kitchen was not opened yet - ?! They actually got going much behind schedule. We had an indifferent salad and bread, hardly worth the price.
This was a perfect spot for visiting meteora. The room was big and the balcony area was great, with unobstructed views of Meteora. The rooms could do with a bit of updating but sufficient for our needs! The pool was lovely and the staff were very attentive. Breakfast was plentiful. We even managed a walk into kastraki for dinner, however I would suggest taking a torch! Overall, a well run hotel.
The hotel is relatively new with a great view of the sacred rocks.. we tried the restaurant and it had delicious and fresh food. The staff was helpful and the reception area has a great view to enjoy a coffee there...
We came for one night. Took a double room. We were given a room with seperate beds and it was very very small. Had almost no plac for suitcases Breakfeast was sufficient. Clean. We were a group of people and needed to leave our laugauge in the hotel during a day trip that we took. It seemed like the owner wasn't that keen on helpimg us. This was very different expieriance from what we had in Zagoria villages.
- Free WiFi in public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
- Outdoor pool
Located in Kastraki, Meteora Hotel is 4.2 mi (6.8 km) from Monastery of Agia Triada and 6.3 mi (10.1 km) from Theopetra Cave. This 4-star hotel welcomes guests with 63 rooms and conveniences like an outdoor pool, free self parking, and a fitness center. In the mountains, the hotel is also within a 30-minute drive of Archaeological Collection of Trikki.
Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.
The 63 soundproofed accommodations feature balconies and afford space to spread out with sitting areas. Flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels and DVD players. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and pillow menus, and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Refrigerators, coffee makers, and free bottled water are other standard amenities.
Meteora Hotel features an outdoor pool, a children's pool, and a fitness center. You can take advantage of free parking, along with an airport shuttle for a fee. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and a business center.
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67% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 218 reviews