In Greek mythology, Clio was the muse of epic poetry and history.

She was the daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne.

Her name derives from the root "kleo" / "kleio" which means telling or make known.

She is often represented holding a parchment scroll or a set of tablets and wearing a laurel wreath on her head.

She had a son from Piero, the Hyacinth. The passion between Clio and Piero was the punishment of Venus, when once Clio dared to deride her bond with Adonis.

Suite Clio is 22 m2.It is located on the second floor, with a window view over bustling "Ethnikis Antistaseos str.", a commercial street of the old city, and the rooftops of the houses of the old city.

It can accommodate 2 persons in a king size bed.

Clio is another special place in the mansion which once housed the children's bedroom.

This suite boasts special decorative features, such as the large mirror and door handles in the form of lions which were found in the house.

The elegant upholstery on the high walls, a crystal chandelier with Swarovski crystals and the impressive ceiling of the suite add elegance and grandeur in the space.

In the bathroom there is an easy to use hydromassage shower cabin, for a relaxing massage.