- Open hearth wood-burning fireplace
(availability of fire is based on season and temperature)
- King-size bed
- Separate tub and shower
Corinth, located on the narrow isthmus that connects the Peloponnesus to the mainland of Greece, was an early city-state, predating Greece’s Golden Age. Because it controlled a desirable trade route, Corinth was prosperous, and its citizens long enjoyed a sophisticated lifestyle that accompanied its riches.
Amid its stark white marble floors, white walls, Corinthian wall columns, and marble statue of a Greek goddess, are displayed dark furniture and a helmet fashioned after those worn by the hoplites of Sparta. The room epitomizes the spirit of ancient Greece.