10 Best Hotels To Stay In Delphi, Greece - Updated 2022

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Delphi was the center of the world in ancient Greece and the station of the famed Oracle. It was built on the spot marked by the omphalos (navel) where the eagles of Zeus flew to meet. Now it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Delphi’s well-preserved ruins reflect its importance in the ancient world. Modern Delphi is adjacent to the archaeological site between Livadeia and Amfissa. The town has narrow thoroughfares and terraced streets and buildings offering views of the valley. You can stay comfortably in Delphi after excursions to the sanctuary of the high priestess Pythia and taking the Sacred Way to the Temple of Apollo. The town is also favored by hikers smitten by the trails on the foot and slopes of Mt. Parnassos. While planning your travels to the peninsula, read about the best hotels to stay in Delphi, Greece.

1. Amalia Hotel Delphi (from USD 92)

Amalia Hotel Delphi is an imposing structure on a mountain slope. A massive swimming pool dominates one side of the property frontage. The view from the poolside, the hotel lounge, and the restaurant is framed by well-maintained gardens. Its lofty perch offers unparalleled views of the sea.

Guest rooms have luxury features and maximize natural daylight. This four-star facility is also known for remarkable meeting venues and an excellent restaurant. Amalia Hotel Delphi is an ideal pick if you plan to do a lot of skiing.


Amalia Hotel Delphi

Wifi Available

Address: Apollonos Street 1
Accommodates: 3

Parking Restaurant Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-hour front desk Garden Non-smoking rooms

2. Fedriades Delphi Hotel (from USD 66)

Fedriades Delphi Hotel spoils guests with a stunning view of Pleistos River Valley. There are nine types of rooms to choose from so take your time. Extend your stay in one of the 21 rooms or 3 suites for a chance to sample the Epikouros Restaurant menu.

You’d be tempted to stay a bit longer as soon as you visit the ancient Delphi ruins and learn about the Fedriades stones of the oracle. The hotel provides bicycles to guests who are avid cyclists. Cordial hotel staff will be happy to recommend places to visit in Galaxidi and Itea.


Fedriades Delphi Hotel

Wifi Available

Address: V. Pavlou & Friderikis 46
Accommodates: 4

Parking Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-hour front desk Garden Terrace Non-smoking rooms

3. Acropole Delphi City Hotel (from USD 55)

The Delphi gorge or the oracle’s rock face used to receive offerings from the ancients who sought Apollo’s favors. Acropole Delphi City Hotel offers guest rooms with smart TVs, WiFi, and excellent views of the gorge. Some balconies have an Instagrammable panorama of olive groves.

Colorful highlights add spice to the elegant rooms. You can dine in the hotel restaurant or walk over to a taverna. This family-run hotel is proud to feature regional architecture and decorative motifs of the region.


Acropole Delphi City Hotel

Wifi Available

Address: 13, Filellinon Str
Accommodates: 3

Room service Bar 24-hour front desk Tennis court Garden Non-smoking rooms Skiing Family rooms

4. Nidimos Hotel (from USD 58)

Drive to Delphi on your electric vehicle and charge at the parking area of this modern air-conditioned hotel. Nidimos Hotel also offers dazzling sunset views and vistas of Itea Bay and Amfissa. You can walk to the ancient ruins after a restful interlude in your spacious room, and come back in time for tea.

There’s a 24-hour coffee bar in the hotel and round-the-clock room service. If you need more substantial fare, there are diners nearby, so ask the amiable staff where to find the best moussaka and eggplant papoutsaki in town.


Nidimos Hotel

Wifi Available

Address: Dimou Fragkou 10
Accommodates: 3

Parking Room service Bar 24-hour front desk Non-smoking rooms Airport shuttle Skiing Breakfast in the room

5. Pitho (from USD 60)

At the center of Delphi is a hotel called Pitho, a name harkening to rocky Pytho, a female deity’s sanctuary in the Homeric Hymns. This hotel is a three-star facility with varied room options. Whether you book a double room or a family room, you will find quality toiletries, clean linen, and a calming ambiance.

Come home to Pitho after spending the day in the museum, archeological site, or the Parnassus Ski Centre. This hotel is open year-round.


Pitho

Wifi Available

Address: Paulou & Frideikis 40A
Accommodates: 4

Parking Room service Bar 24-hour front desk Terrace Non-smoking rooms Facilities for disabled guests Skiing

6. Castri Hotel (from USD 38)

Castri Hotel is an independent facility that promises individualized service to guests. Some of the air-conditioned accommodations have three bedrooms, so specify your needs when booking. If you ask for a room with a balcony, you’re in for a treat. The rooms are distributed in two adjacent buildings.

Views of groves, the sea, and the village below will keep you transfixed while having coffee or wine. In between tours and hikes, sit in front of the fireplace in the Castri Hotel lobby or lounge area.


Castri Hotel

Wifi Available

Address: Sygrou 23
Accommodates: 4

Parking Skiing Family rooms Free parking Internet services Hiking Tour desk Heating

7. Hotel Orfeas (from USD 42)

Simple, clean, and comfortable rooms await guests of the family-run Hotel Orfeas. Book a spot today if you want to stay within walking distance of museums and The Temple of Apollo.

The hotel has a deli, and room services are available at limited hours. Pets are welcome to stay. If you need to sleep during the day for late-night excursions in modern Delphi, the blackout curtains will come in handy. Ask for a room with a furnished patio to appreciate the beauty of the surrounding valley.


Hotel Orfeas

Wifi Available

Address: Ifigenias & Syggrou Str. 35
Accommodates: 4

Parking Pets allowed Room service 24-hour front desk Garden Non-smoking rooms Skiing Family rooms

8. Pan Hotel (from USD 32)

Pan Hotel’s location in the historical district puts it in the vicinity of cultural and historical landmarks in Delphi. The neoclassical building was built in 1995 and features a balcony in every room. Family rooms are available if you have kids in tow.

Ask for a room with a view of the Corinthian Gulf and take snapshots of the breathtaking panorama at different times of the day. This family-run three-star hotel is situated near bars and restaurants serving local and international cuisine.


Pan Hotel

Wifi Available

Address: 53, Pavlou & Friderikis str
Accommodates: 5

Parking Pets allowed Room service Bar 24-hour front desk Garden Non-smoking rooms Airport shuttle

9. Sibylla Hotel (from USD 25)

Sibylla Hotel guest rooms are garbed with bright colors and furnished with a TV and mini-fridge. Make this centrally-located hotel your base camp for archeological explorations in Delphi. It’s a family-run hotel in a neighborhood with a mini-market, a restaurant, and a bar.

This property takes pride in its offer of low-cost, quality accommodations for all sorts of travelers and explorers. All of its eight rooms are renovated and feature balcony views of Agora or the Delphi gorge.


Sibylla Hotel

Wifi Available

Address: Pavlou & Freiderikis 9
Accommodates: 3

Parking Free parking Internet services Heating Fax/photocopying Luggage storage WiFi Available Free WiFi

10. Kouros Hotel (from USD 40)

By staying at Kouros Hotel, you are picking a prime spot on the foot of Mt. Parnassos. This hotel is an elegant structure of white marble and wood. Booked guests enjoy complimentary breakfast highlighting traditional delicacies. After a filling start to the day, check out the view from the roof garden.

This property enjoys proximity to the archeological site within walking distance to Athena Pronaia Temple from the 4th century and the Pillar of Prusias II from 182 BCE. Book one of the hotel’s 10 well-appointed rooms for a satisfying respite in Delphi.


Kouros Hotel

Wifi Available

Address: 58, Vasileos Paulou & Friderikis
Accommodates: 4

Parking Pets allowed Room service Bar 24-hour front desk Tennis court Terrace Non-smoking rooms

Seek guidance and spiritual awakening in Delphi

The Oracle of Delphi is alive only in the pages of history, but the ruins of the city are a testament to the enduring legacy of ancient Greece. Visit modern Delphi and listen to the voice of wisdom echoing from the ages. Your vacation in the heart of Greece may gain for you a renewal and spiritual awakening.

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