Hotel Kosta Famissi
Kosta Famissi hotel is situated in the main entrance of Kalambaka, below the imposing beauty of the Meteora eternal rocks and The Meteora monastery. It has its own architectural identity, modified and distinct from the round classic-conventional structures. Hotel Kostas Famissi combines the present time in the internal space proportion and decoration, the past by respect to the outside architectural figure and the future with the application of modern equipment. All rooms have TV, phone, mini bar and hairdryer. Beside restaurant and bar, hotel Kosta Famissi also provide central heating, internet access, room service, parking facilities, safe, lounge, conference facilities and piano bar.
A credit card is required to secure the reservation. You have up to 3 days prior to arrival to cancel the reservation without charge. If the reservation is cancelled within 72 hours prior to arrival you will be charged 1 night stay. Same day cancellations, no shows or early check out will result in 1 night charge. Payment: credit card will be charged on arrival day.
Check in: 13:00
Check out: 11:00
'In order to confirm your booking, we require a valid credit card. If there is a problem with your card, we may need to contact you to verify your card. If you do not reply to our email within 2 business days your booking may be canceled as a result.'
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Hotel Ausstattungen & Richtlinien
- 24 Stunden Rezeption
- Frühstück inklusive
- Kostenloser Internet-Zugang
- Kostenloses Parken
- Kostenloses WLAN
ReiserücktrittsversicherungDiese Unterkunft hat eine 10 Tage Stornierungsfrist. Ergeht innerhalb dieser Zeit keine Stornierung, wird eine Stornogebühr in Höhe der ersten Nacht des Aufenthalts in Rechnung gestellt.
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Hotel Kosta Famissi is located in Kalampaka in the shadow of the Meteora's rocks and the holy monasteries. The area is 400 kilometers far from Athens and 250 kilometers far from Thessaloniki. This area is in the northwest part of Thessaly, in central Greece, between the Hasia Mountains that lie in the Northeast and the Pindos Mountains that lie in the West, where the plain of Thessaly ends, gigantic rocks rise and create a universally unique spectacle. The phenomenon of the rock's birth is not mentioned in Greek mythology, or by any Greek or foreign historian. In these rocks plenty of brave hermits also found refuge, seeking spiritual calmness and peace of mind, while aiming at Christian perfection through their prayers. In the beginning those hermits prayed in isolation in small chapels, the so-called 'prosefhadia' (=places for praying), not only for their own salvation but for the salvation of all people. They led an austere life and worked arduously.