A new analysis from GBR Consulting reveals that Athens and Thessaloniki hotels lost 79% and 67% of their revenue compared to 2019 numbers.
Porto Palace Hotel Thessaloniki has received the eco-friendly “Green Key” international environmental label.
According to the Thessaloniki Hotels Association, overnight stays in hotels in have dropped by 16,486 in the first half of 2019.
The Hyatt Regency Thessaloniki is inviting children and adults to join its Tennis Academy on the grounds of the five-star luxury resort.
Thessaloniki’s hotel sector is attracting Israeli investors interested in real estate in the region. The latest development from investors, a four-star hotel in coastal Katerini (Pieria prefecture), is owned and operated by the Pavlidis family.