- 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.
"I hope nothing, I am not afraid of anything, I am free".Nikos Kazantzakis was born in Heraklion, Crete on 2 February 1883, and died in the German city of Freiburg on 26 October 1957.
A novelist, philosopher, journalist, poet and playwright, Nikos Kazantzakis is considered to be one of the most important writers of the 20th century. Kazantzakis is a prolific, truly tireless working writer. He became known to many people with his novels, the fruit of his mature writing, but he has dealt with all kinds. As a journalist he has written interviews from all over the world, he has interviewed Mussolini, Franco, Rivera, Unanymo, saw his articles published in the Bolshevik Pravda. As a poet has written the greatest contemporary epic, his Odyssey in 33333 verses .A public official attempted to repatriate 150000 Caucasian Greeks to the troubled years of the October Revolution. As a translator he translated from Homer to Pirandello. He translated Dante's Divine Comedy into Greek lyrics in 45 days. As a philosopher, he saw his Ascetic deservedly a place among the works of great intellectuals. As a novelist, he saw his works translate into more than fifty languages, and he enjoyed making films with worldwide success and unrest. From Zorba Cacoyannis to Scorsese's Last Temptation. He has been nominated for nine years for the Nobel Prize with a total of fourteen proposals, but he did not take it because the troubled years were not supported as much as they could from official Greece. Man is accused as anarchist, communist, a nationalist, an atheist, a religious, a chauvinist, a half-son, a nihilist. The Greek Church wanted to apologize for his work The Last Temptation, but he did not dare to proceed to that, as the ecumenical Patriarch Athenagoras opposed it. In June 1957, after his trip to China, a guest of the Chinese government, got sick with leukemia! He was hospitalized in Copenhagen, Denmark and Freiburg, Germany, where he died on October 26, 1957, at the age of 74. At the tomb of Nikos Kazantzakis in Heraklion, Crete, the inscription: "I hope nothing, I am not afraid of anything, I am free".