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Anatolia Hospitality to Open New Hotel for Millennials in Thessaloniki

Anatolia Hotels Thessaloniki (archive photo)

Greek hotel management company Anatolia Hospitality has announced the construction of a new five-star hotel for millennials in the northern port city of Thessaloniki.

Set to be completed in spring 2020, the new hotel will be housed in a 4,800sq.m. building, which was bought in the beginning of 2019, located in the center of the city, next to the new railway station and the metro line.

According to an announcement, the investment is expected to reach 7 million euros.

“The group’s vision is to create a new tourism hub in Thessaloniki… With the development of the railway line, the opening of the Holocaust Museum and the metropolitan park, as well as the area’s gradual upgrade, the new hotel is expected to be established as a landmark for Thessaloniki.” Anatolia Hospitality said in an announcement.

Targeting the millennials, the new brand aims to provide Thessaloniki’s visitors with a new innovative fresh hospitality concept, through technology, locality and human-centered service.

“The hotel’s name will be a surprise,” the group said.

Thessaloniki, northern Greece. Photo Source: @Thessaloniki Travel

Thessaloniki, northern Greece. Photo Source: @Thessaloniki Travel

Anatolia Hospitality is a family enterprise with a three-generation tradition in the Greek hospitality sector. The group opened its first hotel in 1928 and today owns two “Anatolia” hotels in Thessaloniki and Komotini, while it manages a number of luxury hospitality properties on the islands of Mykonos and Lefkada.

Since 2013, the group also operates the ASIT tourism agency. Its aim is to continue its healthy development through new agreements for the management of hotels and villas, as well as the lease or acquisition of new properties.

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