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Greece’s Olympios Zeus Hotel Launches New Website

The Olympios Zeus Hotel Bungalows, located in Pieria, central Macedonia, has launched its new website, with updated information on its upgraded facilities and services.

Operating for over 50 years, Olympios Zeus is a family-owned hotel that aims to provide its guests with a comfortable stay and unique relaxation experiences, as well as diverse activities connected with the Aegean sea and Mount Olympus.

Available at, in three languages – English, Greek and German, the new website was designed by Alpha Marketing in line with its “Keep it simple” philosophy and the hotel’s modern design.

The new website stands out for its quick navigation, thanks to cutting edge technology, as well as for its user-friendly features.

Guests can virtually tour the hotel’s renovated facilities, receive news, and directly make reservations (when the hotel reopens as soon as the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak subsides).

Furthermore, the website provides detailed information about the wider region and the activities offered, and helps visitors schedule a program of unforgettable experiences.

Alpha Marketing has also put emphasis on the SEO keywords, making it easier for the website to appear high among internet search results.

The hotel is currently closed, following a Greek government decision to temporarily shut down seasonal and year-round hotels due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

However, the management and staff of Olympios Zeus Hotel Bungalows are preparing for the new tourism season – whenever it will start – and taking into high consideration new hygiene and safety rules.

“The hotel’s long-term philosophy is to offer high-quality services to its guests and the safety standards they need to enjoy their vacations,” Alpha Marketing said in an announcement.

The property’s structure is considered ideal for this purpose due to its separate bungalows that offer privacy.

The Olympios Zeus Hotel Bungalows is located near Litohoro, very close to the archaelogical sites of Dion, Vergina and the Castle of Platamonas.

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