Andreas Metaxas is rebranding his hotels business as game changing sustainable. But, Greek hoteliers seem confused about definitions.
When will we all get on the same page concerning the worldwide health emergency threatening everything we’ve built for centuries?
Goldair – Golemis Air Services launches Travellair with a gigantic, resounding “Poof!” Here’s an announcement that never should have been.
Greek decision makers have been crazily optimistic since the first COVID-19 lockdown. Their optimism seems misplaced now.
TUI is now lauding the Greek efforts to restart tourism in the summer of 2020 just as COVID-19 takes a horrible toll.
News from SETE Intelligence (INSETE) says Germany, Israel, Cyprus, Balkan countries, Romania and Poland show potential for Greek tourism.
Beginning July 1st, Grecotel Hotels & Resorts will begin opening its popular resorts in Greece destinations.
Alexandros Vassilikos, who’s President of the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels, is calling a solid framework to regulate the activities of the short-term rental market in Greece. On the opening day of the Xenia 2019 exhibition, one of Greece’s most successful hoteliers presented the forum and the Greece Hospitality with a unique potential. Here’s my take. aaa Speaking […]
Read on and find out how Greece is about to ram a gigantic sustainability iceberg if business and the public do not wise up.
Greek Tourism Minister Haris Theoharis says he sees “business as usual” with Thomas Cook’s CEO Peter Fankhauser.
Region of Crete received three honors at the 1st Greek Travel Awards event, which was recently held in Stockholm, Sweden.
Greece’s travel receipts increased by 34.7 percent for the month of May and by 21.7 percent in the first five months of the year, according to provisional data released by the Bank of Greece (BoG) on Tuesday.
Greece has been ranked No. 2 in the world ranking for the prestigious Blue Flag quality award for beaches, marinas and sustainable tourism boats, according to the Hellenic Society for the Protection of Nature (EEPF).
News from the Greek Travel Pages (GTP) informs us of approval for the very first diving park to in Crete being given the green light by officials. According to the news the part, which includes shipwrecks and 38 artificial reefs, has been approved by the Chania region’s Environment and Spatial Planning Committee.