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.
Greece may be showing impressively growing numbers of incoming tourists but Greek hotels don’t seem to be the ones cashing in on the good news, according to the latest report released by Gbr Consulting for the first quarter of the year.
A majority of hoteliers in Greece for this year are forecasting increases in occupancy levels and room rates compared to last year, while more than a third is expecting to operate at similar levels as 2015.
Visitors to Athens valued their experience in the Greek capital last year and would recommend the destination to friends and family, according to the Athens – Attica & Argosaronic Hotel Association’s latest study on customer satisfaction.
The Greek hotel sector is mildly optimistic for the first quarter of 2015 and expects slight improvements in occupancy levels and room rates for the market in general in comparison with the performance of last year.
Together with a very optimistic forecast for the upcoming Q2 of 2014, the Greek hotel sector remains very optimistic for 2014 as a whole with significant improvements in occupancy levels and - to a lesser extent - in room rates.
The Greek hotel sector expects to achieve significant improvements in both occupancy and room rates this year, according to the latest tourism barometer report on the expectations of the Greek hospitality sector for the first quarter of 2014.