Cronwell Hotels & Resorts recently announced that it will provide Greek healthcare professionals with 150 vouchers for its three resorts in Greece.
Once the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic subsides, the vouchers will be valid for the group’s three hotels: the Cronwell Platamon Resort on Mount Olympus; the Cronwell Resort Sermilia and the Rahoni Cronwell Park Hotel Adults Only in Halkidiki.
“It would be our pleasure to welcome doctors and nurses with their families to the beautiful areas of Halkidiki and Pieria in the summer, when the danger subsides. This is a way to show our gratitude to the people that risk their lives to save others, “said Dmitry Kolesnikov, chairman of the Board of Directors and management of Cronwell Hotels & Resorts.
Cronwell’s long-term partner, the Greek Med Top Partners (GMTP), as well as the Hellenic Medical Association have supported this initiative.
“We hope that this Cronwell initiative will become an example and inspiration for other hotels and Greek tourism professionals,” Kolesnikov added.
Cronwell Hotels & Resorts owns and manages hotels and resorts in Greece and Russia for the last 25 years.
The group is preparing for its opening after the COVID-19 crisis. Its main priority is to ensure the safety of its visitors and staff, always taking into consideration the recommendations and instructions of the World Health Organization and the local authorities in keeping its premises clean and disinfected.