A new national collective agreement for workers in Greece's hotel industry was signed on Tuesday between the Hellenic Federation of Hoteliers (POX) and the Panhellenic Federation of Catering Workers and Tourist Profession Employees.
Pressing challenges that concern Greek hoteliers and new trends in the international hotel scene will be presented and discussed at the 5th General Assembly of the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels on Friday, February 12, during the 11th HORECA at the Metropolitan Expo exhibition center.
HotelBrain will give tips to Greek hoteliers on how to increase their overall revenue and boost the sales of their restaurants and spas during a workshop to be held this Saturday, November 28, as part of the 100% Hotel Show.
The political instability, Greece’s troublesome and tedious negotiations with the EU and the resultant negative media reports are taking a toll on Greek tourism, Hellenic Hotel Federation (POX) President Yiannis Retsos said in a recent interview.
100% Hotel Show, Greece's exhibition addressed exclusively to hoteliers, intends to pass on innovative ideas for the professional growth of hoteliers and reveal ways to strengthen the development of Greece’s tourism industry. The exhibition will run 7-9 February at the MEC...
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.
Greek hoteliers recently spoke of the problems and obstacles that interfere with the operation of hotels and tourism in general, during the Hellenic Federation of Hoteliers' annual council of hotel associations.
Greek hoteliers are optimistic for the last quarter of this year, according to the latest tourism barometer report on the expectations of the Greek hospitality sector for the fourth quarter of 2013, conducted by GBR Consulting.
The fact that Athens is showing a calmer image and no longer making headlines that refer to strikes, demonstrations and street riots has contributed to the rise in tourism in the Attica region, Greek hoteliers informed journalists during a recent press conference.