Hellenic Hoteliers Federation President Grigoris Tasios said this week foreign arrivals to Greece are approaching half of 2019 numbers.
Accor opens Mercure Rhodes Alexia, the brand’s first in Greece, expanding the brand’s southeast Europe footprint.
Cretan Malia Park hotel and Maison Flâneur have teamed up to market homeware and furniture found in Design Hotels worldwide.
Greek political and business leadership launches cartoonish tourism PR campaign in the midst of record COVID-19 cases.
The National Bank of Greece (NBG) says the liquidity gap for Greek businesses will be halved this year with tourism remaining under strain.
Athinaion Tourist Enterprises SA and Yes! Hotels Group have announced a merger to create the new Donkey Hotels chain in Greece.
The president of the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels (HCH), Alexandros Vassilikos, is calling for an injection of capital.
The Hellenic Chamber of Hotels (HCH) and the Center for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving (CRES) signed a memorandum of understanding.
The tourism situation in Greece calls for new thinking. Meanwhile, Athens decisionmakers are locked into old ways of doing business.
A recent survey by Griekenland.net attempts to explain why the Dutch love traveling to Greece so much.
A new analysis from GBR Consulting reveals that Athens and Thessaloniki hotels lost 79% and 67% of their revenue compared to 2019 numbers.
The Greek Confederation of Tourist Accommodation Enterprises (SETKE) says EU funds may be made available by Q1 of 2021.
Greece’s drive to promote tourism using the status quo, it is not going to work. Everything put forward from the tourism ministry and the rest of the current administration is about going back and appearing to go forward.
Some 30-plus hotels across Greece are to be auctioned in the next few weeks on acccount of inactivity related to COVID-19.
The only way to weather the COVID-19 storm is to be lean, efficient, and flexible in the short and long term.