The Naiades were nymphs of the sweet waters; of the sources, the rivers, and the lakes, and were accordingly named Krinides, Potamides, and Limnades. According to Homer, they were daughters of Zeus, and participated in the councils of the gods. When they joined with gods or men, and most favorably with handsome youths, heroes, poets or wise men were born. The Naiades also had powers of healing and of foresight.
It has been these nymphs that have given their name to our hotel. Each room is named after a known nymph such as Adrastaea, Amphiro, Daphne, Ephydatea, Melia, Perivia, and more.