Within the wider context of the National Strategy for Tourism, Thessaloniki Hotels Association aims to promote Thessaloniki as a city break destination not only for groups but also for individual travelers who prefer independent travel arrangements and are willing to spend more...
Thessaloniki’s hoteliers are sending signals of distress over plans by the government to increase taxes or introduce new levies on areas affecting the hospitality sector, saying this will inevitably lead to unsustainable fiscal burdens.
Aiming to attract more Turkish tourists to Thessaloniki this year, the northern city's hotel association examined ways to expand partnerships with travel agencies in Turkey during this year's East Mediterranean Tourism and Travel Exhibition – EMITT, which ran January 28-31 in...
Thessaloniki hoteliers paid tribute to the sector and to their association, with the release of 100 Years of Hospitality - Thessaloniki Hotels 1914-2014 during a special book release ceremony at the city’s historic Macedonia Palace.
As part of its ongoing strategy to expand to new markets, the Thessaloniki Hotels Association (THA) visited Amsterdam, last week, to participate in promotional events and workshops with the aim to present the region and its offerings to local tourism professionals.
Thessaloniki Hotels Association is planning new initiatives and is continuing its already successful presence in leading International Tourism Exhibitions, taking part in B2B Meetings and Events and supporting every effort that views tourism development.
As part of its ongoing strategy to attract all the more visitors to the northern port city, the Thessaloniki Hotels Association is opening up to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) market through the promotion of new initiatives.