Housing will be based at the Spetses Hotel, located 10 minutes away from the port and center of the island, Dapia. The 4-star hotel offers 77 standard and premium rooms in two buildings. All rooms include an ensuite bathroom, hot water, air conditioning, a mini bar, a telephone, and a hairdryer. The Spetses Hotel offers free high speed wireless internet service. Certain athletic facilities are near-by, and the hotel has its own private beach area.
The Spetses hotel has its own restaurant, with two meals per day included in the Loyola room rate to include breakfast and either lunch or dinner.
The approximate room rates for 13 nights (arrival Sunday, June 18, and departure Saturday, July 1) are as follows:
Single Room: 1,222 Euros (room and board @ 94 Euros per day) (approximately $1,368.66)
Double Room: 949 Euros (room and board @ 73 Euros per night per person) (approximately $1,062.72)
Triple Room: 845 Euros (room and board @ 65 Euros per night per person) (approximately $946.40)
Prices include all taxes, 7.5 % gratuity for hotel staff, and other amenities.
A limited number of sea view rooms are available for a 10% supplement:
Single room: 1,339 Euros (@ 103 euros per person per night)
Double room: 1,040 Euros (@ 80 euros per person per night)
Triple room: 923 Euros (@ 71 euros per person per night)
Classes will also be held at the Spetses Hotel. The hotel offers three conference rooms that can accommodate 100, 60 or 15 people respectively. The conference rooms offer big screens, slide projectors, a PowerPoint projector, a video projector, anatomical seats, white boards, flip charts, laser pointers, audiovisual equipment, wireless internet connection and air-conditioning for a clear atmosphere.
Students will have ample space to study. There are numerous lounge areas in the hotel, as well as pleasant outdoor areas, conducive to study. The classrooms will be available every afternoon and evening for studying. Also, all hotel rooms are equipped with free internet access.
Administrative services will be provided on-site. An office for the program will be provided on-site with computer facilities, and room for a modest library, although it is expected that all reading materials for courses will be self-contained.
There will also be a Teaching Assistant on-site to assist students during classroom and office hours.