Located in the magnificent Firostefani. Close enough to the center but far enough from the crowdy areas these suites will offer you a memorable stay in Santorini!

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Junior Suite Arsinoi

Arsinoi is a Female name from Greek Mythology that has been used from important personalities during ancient years. One of the most popular Women named Arsinoi is the mother of Asclepius, the God of Medicine. Arsinoi Junior Suite is a cozy suite with cave style.

Alkmini is the mother of Heracles based on Greek Mythology. She has been intensively flirted and loved by Zeus, the FATHER OF GODS. Alkmini Junior Suite is a romantic cave style suite with private External Jacuzzi and splendid view to the Aegean Sea and the Volcano.

In Greek mythology, Semeli was the mortal mother of Dionysus by Zeus. She was one of the mistresses of Zeus that was chased & final killed by Ira, the official wife of Zeus. Semeli Junior Suite is a picturesque suite with a private veranda & an external Jacuzzi both of them offering a magnificent view of the Volcano & the Aegean Sea.

In Greek mythology Nereids are female spirits of sea water. They often accompany Poseidon, the god of the sea, and can be friendly and helpful to sailors. Niriida is a cave style Junior Suite. Apart from its beautiful private balcony with the external Jacuzzi it has access by stairs to a terrace with sun beds in which the guests can relax viewing the sunset!

In Greek mythology, Erigoni was the Princess of Mycenae. She was the daughter of Aegisthus & Clytemnestra, rulers of Mycynae, one of the biggest & most important kingdoms during ancient years. Erigoni Junior Suite has a beautiful bedroom & a private veranda with External Jacuzzi both of them facing the Caldera & the imposing Volcano.

Armonia derives from the ancient Greek, meaning “joint, agreement, concord”. The term was often used for the whole field of music, while “music” referred to the arts in general. In Modern Greece the word ARMONIA is being used to express peace, perfection & calmness.

The name Melanthi is inspired from a female character in the Greek Odyssey. She is among the favorite maids of Penelope, Odysseus’ wife, treated like a daughter by her. Melanthi also is a very “sweet” name. This word can be separated to the word MELI (the greek name for honey) and the word ANTHI (flowers).