The Andreas Tower rooms
The Tower has two bedrooms, one room above the other. From the room at the top of the three-storey tower - once an observatory where the Turkish merchant who built the Andreas kept watch for his arriving ships - you enjoy the best view in town. This room features a raised king-size pataro (Greek-style) bed, a closet, an attached bathroom and four windows. A staircase (14 stairs) leads down to the room below, which has two large sea-facing windows, drawers for clothes, a divan, a fridge and an attached bathroom. The divan is convertible to a single bed. Both rooms are air conditioned.
The Andreas Terrace rooms
The two Terrace bedrooms stand to the side of the tower. Each room has French doors leading out to a large shared terrace (complete with deck chairs, tables and a sun umbrella) that looks over the main terrace and the kitchen towards the port and the sea. Both bedrooms have ceiling fans, air conditioners, and closets. One room has a fridge and a divan, convertible to a single bed. The other room has a large pataro bed and drawers for clothes.