Greece presented its emerging modern cuisine to an audience of European Tourism Ministers, foreign journalists, Greek tourism professionals, entrepreneurs and celebrities at the 2014 Golden Chef’s Hat Awards ceremony held recently in Athens.
The president of the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels, Yiorgos Tsakiris, recently placed emphasis on a series of interventions that - if implemented - could give Greek tourism and Greek hoteliers further momentum.
Greece’s record-breaking tourism season in 2013 has the Government and tourism professionals seeing eye to eye on the importance of tourism for the country’s economy. This article contains recent statements made by Greek key tourism figures and their expectations for this year's...
The seven regional units that comprise the Greek destination of the Peloponnese have teamed up with the region's hotel associations to show Greek and foreign tourists that the destination is not only unique but also united.
The Greek Government and tourism professionals are seeing eye to eye on the importance of tourism for the country's economy, according to the outcome of a meeting that took place at the Maximos Mansion.
The Hellenic Chamber of Hotels has released data on early bookings for next year, taking into account the prospects for the 2014 tourism season and Greece's participation in the recent World Travel Market fair in London.
Greece is losing over one billion euros in government revenue due to illegal hotels, the president of the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels, Yiorgos Tsakiris, said during a press conference held on the occasion of the 67th General Assembly of HOTREC.
“It remains our goal for 300 hotels to have enrolled in the Greek Breakfast program by the end of this year,” the program’s supervisor, Giorgos Pittas, said on 10 June during the official presentation in Athens of the progress of the “Greek Breakfast” program.
International arrivals at Athens International Airport were up by 10 percent last month compared to the same month last year, according to data released recently by the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE).
Entrepreneurship with professionalism, the special ability of cooperation and having a strong profile are among the strategic success factors for Greek tourism, according to a study conducted by the the Westküste University of Applied Sciences in Germany.