|Summary:||Approximately square building; west of the Sanctuary of Zeus (Altis), south of the Workshop of Fides.|
|Date:||ca. 330 BC|
74.82 m x 81.08 m.
Exterior colonnade of Ionic columns, 34 x 37. Square Doric peristyle inner court of 12 columns on a side, entered from the north and south and surrounded by many rooms on all sides.
Named for its builder Leonidas of Naxos, the 4th century B.C. building was a hotel for honored visitors to the sanctuary. The interior wing divisions were very regular, with the west side divided into 6 and the other sides into 12. In the Roman period it was remodeled with a central garden, pool, and less regular divisions.