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Regulatory Framework for Airbnb-style Rentals in Greece Expected After Tourism Season

A new regulatory framework involving the short-term rental market in Greece should be expected after the end of this year's tourism season.

INSETE: Greece’s Hotel Performance on a Decline

Greece's hotels are not following the upward trend of the country's tourist arrivals and revenue, according to INSETE.

Over 50% of Greeks Can’t Afford a One-week Annual Holiday, Says Eurostat

Over 50 percent of Greeks aged 16 or over could not afford a one-week annual holiday away from home in 2018, according to Eurostat.

Acropolis Elevator Back in Operation

The elevator at the Acropolis in Athens, which recently malfunctioned and was out of order, is now back up and running to service the public.

NatGeo Food Festival Guests Treated to ‘Brunch in Attica’

The Region of Attica recently treated the guests of UK’s National Geographic Traveller Food Festival to its authentic brunch recipes.

High Fuel Costs and ‘Price War’ Hurt Lufthansa Group’s Earnings

Rising fuel costs and a "price war" on short haul routes, especially in Germany and Austria, have burdened the earnings of the Lufthansa Group.

Athens Utopia Ermou Hotel Unveils New Rooftop Café & Wine Bar

The Athens Utopia Ermou Hotel, located in the heart of the Greek capital, has opened a stylish new rooftop café & wine bar.

InterContinental Hotels Group to Remove Bathroom Miniatures to Reduce Plastic Waste

The InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) - that includes the brands of Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza and InterContinental - will remove bathroom miniatures in favor of bulk-size amenities by 2020.

‘Thessbrunch’ Launches New #koulouriofthemonth Photo Contest

"Thessbrunch", the culinary initiative of the Thessaloniki Hotels Association, has launched a new photo contest with the hashtag #koulouriofthemonth.