Perseus

Perseus is a constellation in the northern sky and was named after the ancient Greek hero Perseus, who saved Andromeda and killed Medusa the Gorgon monster. The constellation of Perseus is one of the biggest stars in the night sky.

The Perseus constellation gives its name to a comfortable suite of the Kapsaliana Village near Rethymno, Crete, with a traditional arch that connects the living room to the bedroom with a double bed. It is decorated with authentic Cretan elements located on the ground floor of the central building complex.

Tip: There is an authentic Cretan oven at the entrance of the “Perseus” suite.

Room facilities:

  • Individually controlled A/ C
  • Central heating with radiators made of natural stone
  • King size beds
  • Desk
  • Water boiler for making coffee and tea selection
  • Minibar
  • Satellite TV
  • CD/ DVD upon request
  • Direct dial phone
  • Free internet access
  • Safe box
  • Apivita natural beauty care products
  • Bathrobes
  • Slippers
  • Hair dryer

 

Capacity: The “Perseus” suite can host 2 adults & 1 child or 1 adult on the sofa bed.