- Fruit bowl upon arrival
- Slippers and bathrobes
- Separate hydromassage shower cabins
- Cosmetics and natural skin care products ABEA
- Dental and personal care, shaving, sewing and shoe products
- Individually controlled air conditioning
- Hair Dryers
- Mini safes
- Iron and ironing board (reception)
- Mosquito repellents
- USB adapters and chargers
- "Continuous charging" sockets for charging
- Information files in 4 languages
- Internet wifi with many devices
- LCD TV with satellite channels
- Phone devices
- Wake up system
- Emergency call system
Luxurious suite with one room, a double bed and an equipped balcony.
Maximum occupancy for 2 guests. Non-smoking rooms.
THE ALIVE CARYATIDIrene Papa, a beautiful creature that moved with grandeur and grace and looked like a live caryatid, was born on September 3, 1926. It is one of the most emblematic forms of Greece with worldwide recognition that shone on the theatrical plaque and cinema!
Her first steps in the theater take place through participation in ancient tragedies, such as "Medea" and "Electra". She has almost 80 films in her hands! Her debut in cinema makes it in 1948 with the film "Lost Angels". One of her best known performances is the role of Maria Papadimou in the "Navarone Canons" in 1961 and the role of the widow in the film "Life and the State of Alexis Zorbas" in the film transfer of the work of Nikos Kazantzakis. In 1962 he collaborates with Michalis Kakogiannis in the cinematic transfer of Electra. This film wins 24 awards at the Cannes Film Festival. She participates in many Hollywood productions and starred in the Brondwell Theater. Three of the films she starred in are nominated for an Oscar-winning film with French-language "Z" by Costas Gavras, while Candidates and two Greek films, "Electra" and "Iphigenia". Today she lives in Athens. Even now that she has retired from the theatrical events, her name is top and her performances are a subject of acting for the younger actors. Irene Papa is the power of the ancient tragedy that represented the Greek civilization in all lengths and widths of the earth. It is no accident that Pope Benedict invites her to the Sistine Chapel to convey the message of God with her art!