In Greek mythology, Clio was the Muse of History. Clio, sometimes referred to as “the Proclaimer”, is often represented with an open parchment scroll, a book, or a set of tablets. They depicted her laurel-crowned and in a red dress. In her right hand she held a trumpet and in her left book.
The name is etymologically derived from the Greek root cleo-κλέω/κλείω (meaning “to recount,” “to make famous.”
Clio suite is spacious with dominant colors of the red palette, giving intensity and energy to the space. Color directly related to blood, war, as well as physical and mental strength. The interior decoration narrates the course of history from the ancient to the modern and vice versa, through some more strict lines.