Timeless Hospitality Visions

Explore our unique apartments at Pasas Castle in Naxos: Hyperion, Aeolus, Aphrodite, Atlas, Poseidon - each a blend of Greek myth and modern luxury.


House of Hyperion

House of Hyperion - Pasas Castle Hotel in Naxos

Hyperion was the Titan god of heavenly light, one of the sons of Ouranos (Uranus) and Gaia (Earth), and the father of the lights of Heaven (Eos the Dawn), Helios (Sun), and Selene (Moon). His wife was Theia, lady of the Aither (the shining blue of the sky). Hyperion's name means "watcher from above" or "he who goes above" from the greek words hyper and iôn. [About The Apartment]

House of Aeolus

House of Aeolus - Pasas Castle Hotel in Naxos

Aeolus was the divine keeper of the winds and king of the mythical, floating island of Aiolia (Aeolia). He kept the violent Storm-Winds locked safely away inside the cavernous interior of his isle, releasing them only at the command of greatest gods to wreak devastation upon the world. [About The Apartment]

House of Aphrodite

House of Aphrodite - Pasas Castle Hotel in Naxos

Aphrodite, the ancient Greek goddess of sexual love and beauty, identified with Venus by the Romans. The Greek word "aphros" means “foam,” and Hesiod relates in his Theogony that Aphrodite was born from the white foam produced by the severed genitals of Ouranos (Uranus), after his son Cronus threw them into the sea. [About The Apartment]

House of Atlas

House of Atlas - Pasas Castle Hotel in Naxos

Atlas, in Greek mythology, was son of the Titan Iapetus and the Oceanid Clymene (or Asia) and brother of Prometheus (creator of humankind). According to Hesiod's Theogony, Atlas was one of the Titans, who took part in their war against Zeus, for which as a punishment he was condemned to hold aloft the heavens. [About The Apartment]

House of Poseidon

House of Poseidon - Pasas Castle Hotel in Naxos

In Greek mythology, Poseidon (Neptune to the Romans) was a son of the Titans (Giants) Cronus and Rhea, and the brother of the supreme god Zeus. Triton was one of his sons. Poseidon also had many other children out of wedlock. Poseidon is the god of the sea and waters, as well as of horses and earthquakes. [About The Apartment]