The total number of hotel units in Attica dropped by three percent, down from 669 in 2005 to 649 in 2016, due to the crisis in the hotel business, according to the Athens - Attica & Argosaronic Hotel Association.
Although tourist arrival numbers are better than last year we don't consider this as a success indicator, as we think quality and growth are factors of success especially in our destination, Athens, with so many aspects still to unfold.
The Athens - Attica & Argosaronic Hotel Association and the Hellenic Society for the Protection of Nature (EEPF) have signed a cooperation agreement to promote Greece's natural wealth and sustainable practices in tourism.
Ninety-five percent of last year’s visitors in Athens said they would recommend the destination to others, according to the latest study on customer satisfaction presented by the Athens-Attica & Argosaronic Hotel Association.
The Athens-Attica & Argosaronic Hotel Association expressed concern on Tuesday after presenting data showing that the performance at hotels in the Greek capital took a tumble in the first half of the year.
At the “Six years of actions for Athens” special event, held on Tuesday at the Acropolis Museum, the president of the Athens-Attica & Argosaronic Hotel Association, Alexandros Vassilikos, presented the results of a series of activities carried out for the promotion of destination...
Hotels in Athens suffered the effects of falling demand during the three-month period of September-November despite a rise in visitors to the Greek capital, according to the Athens-Attica and Argosaronic Hotel Association.
Alexandros Vassilkos, President of the Athens, Attica and Argosaronic Hotel Association, on Monday suggested that the Greek economic crisis helped bring the public and private sectors together, build partnerships and develop new campaigns and products to woo tourists.
Marking Greece's participation in major tourism exhibitions in November, Greek Travel Pages - GTP has provided a podium for the country's key tourism figures, regional governors and travel professionals to share their vision.
With over 250 participants, this year’s Hospitality Forum & Awards, organized last month by Ethos Media events and Hrima magazine, laid the groundwork for tourism to work as a driver of economic growth by indicating funding solutions.