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CNic’s Renovated Gemini Hotel Welcomes Summer Guests to Corfu

CNic Gemini Hotel, Corfu

Following extensive renovation work, the four-star Gemini Hotel of the CNic Hotels group, has opened its doors to welcome its summer guests to the area of Messonghi on Corfu.

The hotel consists of 123 spacious and comfortable guestrooms, each with elegant modern interior, stylish new furniture and brand new linen.

As underlined in an announcement, the interior design offers a new stylish approach, while the brand new guestrooms aim to “guide guests towards tranquility and comfort”.

Furthermore, the hotel’s renovated public areas combine the modern with the classic and the vintage with the new.

“Our guests’ response to the renovation has been overwhelming. We have received many positive comments from our customers on how much they liked the result of the renovation and the brand new hotel,” CNic Group Quality Manager Anastasios Simeoforidis told GTP Headlines.

Gemini Hotel’s renovation started in 2018 and was completed in 2019, just in time for the summer season.

The four-star hotel today includes swimming pools for adults and children; a restaurant and a pool bar; a business center; a lounge library area; a mini golf course; and a kids club.

Furthermore, it offers a 24-hour multilingual reception service; a 12-hour room service; bell boy staff; an animation team; and many other services.

The CNic Hotels group was established in 2008, aiming to offer a wide range of management and consulting services to hotel and tourism enterprises in Greece.

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Eleftheria has worked for several financial newspapers, magazines and websites during the past 19 years. Between 2004 and 2014 she worked as a radio producer, reporter and presenter for the Greek and English language program of “Athina 9.84 FM”. She also has hands-on experience in the MICE industry.

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