After her husband's death, although she was a young widow, the Egyptian Monarch Ptolemy VIII proffered her his crown and wanted to marry her, but she refused and devoted herself to educating her 3 children according to Roman traditions and in the highest standards. At a time other Roman women were displaying their various ornamentation, Cornelia declared that her children were her most precious “Jewels”.
After her death, a marble statue of Cornelia was erected which was inscribed as "Mother of the Grachii". As the best example of the noble woman that symbolizes the grandeur of Rome, she is still accepted as a symbol of noble women even today well after the Roman era.
Our hotel's basic principle, "Quality Service in High Standards", is taken from the life philosophy that Cornelia remained loyal to throughout her life.
Our goal is to host our guests in the best way according to this philosophy.