The award-winning properties of The Luxury Hotels group, Grand Hotel Palace and Mediterranean Palace in Thessaloniki, are currently undergoing extensive renovation works, under the three-phase upgrade project, Rebrand – Renovate – ReLux.
“The hotels are investing in the upgrading of their infrastructure and services, aiming to provide their guests with high-quality experiences… and also adjust to the international tourism developments and future trends,” the group’s management said in an announcement.
More specifically, the group in 2017 changed its corporate identity during the “Rebrand” phase. Furthermore, the Mediterranean Palace and -since June 2018 – the Grand Hotel Palace are carrying out a three-year makeover plan under the “Renovate” phase. “The ultimate goal is to create a special ‘ReLux’ experience for our visitors,” the announcement said.
The renovation plan involves the hotels’ interior public areas, which will be upgraded with a new modern design and high-quality materials. The project also focuses on ecological consciousness with the use of eco-friendly techniques and materials; technology; products and services of Greek enterprises, as well as the donation of equipment to charitable organizations.
The architectural design of the interior areas will be based on their operation (rooms, conference venues, lobby, restaurants) with luxury and elegant aesthetics as their common element.
“Following a long successful operation, The Luxury Hotels carry out their investment plan and look to the future by creating new jobs and upgrading the tourism product, also aiming to make Thessaloniki a top tourism destination worldwide,” the group said.
Owned by the Dedeoglou family, The Luxury Hotels consists of the two five-star units which include a total of 384 rooms, 20 conference rooms, two underground and two outdoor parking areas.