Hoteliers across Greece are expressing their disappointment and blaming TV channel weather forecasts for the decreased bookings mainly to destinations known for their winter offerings over the three-day Theofania holiday last weekend.
Those interested in applying for the Thessaloniki-based International Hellenic University’s (IHU) MSc in Hospitality and Tourism Management program for the 2016-2017 academic year must submit their applications by November 1.
Hoteliers associations across Greece, including on the islands and at border regions, are ringing alarm bells, calling on the government to take immediate measures as bookings to these destinations have dropped by as much as 90 percent in some cases due to the ever-growing...
Halkidiki authorities expressed their concern over the significant drop in the number of pre-bookings by Russian tourists this year, following the region’s participation in the 22nd Moscow International Exhibition Travel & Tourism (MITT) held in Russia, earlier this month.
The tourism strategy of Halkidiki has attracted the attention of professionals from Larissa, the capital and largest city of the Thessaly region, who are interested in creating a similar model to promote their destination to a wider audience.
A series of hotel investments are expected to take place in Halkidiki, Greece, which will give the destination great added value, improve its competitiveness and strengthen the local economy and job market.
Through a revamped pavilion and with more Greek exhibitors, Greece showed its best to the international travel trade sector at the 34th World Travel Market (WTM), held 4-7 November 2013 on the fairgrounds of ExCeL–London.
The Hellenic Chamber of Hotels honored the Greek hotel association’s that were first to sign the “Greek Breakfast” local quality pact and this way promote the country’s gastronomy through their hotel members and contribute to the enrichment of Greece’s tourism product.
The "Greek Breakfast" program, entering its third year, is rapidly gaining ground and already many hoteliers in the country have included breakfast creations made exclusively with local products, the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels recently said in an announcement.
“We want to expand our business in Greece beyond the summer season,” the director of commerce of Labirint Travel Company, Tatiana Zotova, said on 25 April during the company’s 7th annual Greek-Russian forum that took place on Corfu.