"Penelope, wife of Ulysses King of Ithaca, is a character of the Odyssey, one of the two great epics attributed to Homer. Daughter of Icarius and Policaste, she waited 20 years for her husband to return from the Trojan war. For this reason it is considered a symbol of marital fidelity. Despite promising his father-in-law (Laerte) to remarry, he set as a condition that he had first finished weaving a canvas that would serve as a shroud for Laerte himself. The canvas was woven by day and unmade at night until a maid discovered and acted as a spy. At this point he had to give in and accept that proposals from various suitors were made to her. setting as a condition this time, that the suitor had the strength to stretch the bow that was of Ulysses. Only one of the pretenders succeeded was a beggar who later turned out to be his beloved Ulysses. "
This air-conditioned double room features a sea-view balcony, a TV and a fan. The private bathroom includes a hairdryer and free toiletries.