- 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.
Michael (Mikis) Theodorakis was born in Chios on July 29, 1925. He is one of the most important modern Greek composers. At the same time, he was a politician, a former minister, a four-time member of the Greek Parliament and an activist honored with the Peace Prize of Lenin (1983).
He has dealt with all kinds of music and has composed the perhaps more recognizable Greek rhythm internationally, the "Zorbas" (1964), based on traditional Cretan music. He has also dealt with classical music by writing symphonies, oratorios, ballets, opera and chamber music. His compositions have been interpreted by world-famous artists such as Beatles, Sirla Busei and Edith Piaf, and has written music for well-known films such as: 1962), Alexis Zorbas (1964), Z (1969) and Serpico (1973). He was also awarded the BAFTA Award for Original Music for Film in 1970, while he was a 1974 candidate for the State of Siege and 1975 for Serpico. He was also a candidate for Grammy in 1966 and 1975 for the musical theme of the films Zorbas and Serpico respectively. However, his most important work is the melodious poetry, namely the folk music composition, using as poems poems of award-winning poets of Greek and foreign origin, such as Giorgos Seferis (Nobel 1963), Pablo Neruda (Nobel 1971), Odysseas Elytis (Nobel 1979). With the imposition of the Dictatorship of 21 April 1967, a long period of persecution and exile for the composer will begin, ending in 1970 with the amnesty granted to him after an international outcry. During the period of the Transition, he will be widely accepted and his music will can be heard again freely. It will become a reference point for a new period for Greece and at the same time it will remain a symbol for many countries' fighters against totalitarian regimes. 2000 is a Nobel Peace Prize. In his sixty-year career, Mikis Theodorakis wrote all kinds of music: opera, symphonic music, chamber music, oratorios, ballet, choral ecclesiastical music, music for ancient drama, theater, cinema, folk song, post-symphonic works. has written many books that have been translated into several languages. He is one of the most important and most discussed personalities of modern Greece.