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Eurobank Puts Five Greek Hotels on the Market

Eurobank will be placing hotel units in Athens, Thessaloniki, Epirus and on the island of Kos, under the hammer in the coming months, Euro2day reports.

Lakitira Resort & Villas, Kos Island

Lakitira Resort & Villas, Kos Island

Thessaloniki’s Olympus Naoussa, the Ilios Group in Agia Marina, the Preveza Beach in Epirus, the Kipriotis Resort and Lakitira Hotel on Kos – all with beach access and conference facilities – will be put up for sale in hopes of attracting investors.

The said hotels have come under Eurobank’s ownership following inability of their owners to continue operations. The 260-room Olympus Naoussa – particularly renowned for its gastronomy – has been priced at 5.5 million euros. The 400-room, five-pool Ilios Group meanwhile is an incomplete tourist resort with individual villas along the Athens-Sounio highway.

On the island of Kos, the Lakitira Resort and Village, the 5-star boutique Lakitira Suites and the Helona Resort will also be put up for sale.

Meanwhile, Eurobank also announced this week the sale of the 5-star King George Hotel in Athens, and invited interested parties to submit their bids by noon Monday, June 12.

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