Greek PM Briefed on Safety Steps of Thessaloniki’s Mediterranean Palace Hotel
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis visited the Mediterranean Palace Hotel during his official visit to the northern port city of Thessaloniki over the weekend.
He was welcomed by the hotel’s general manager, Panagiotis Zelelidis, who informed him on the safety measures undertaken by the Mediterranean Palace to protect its guests and staff against Covid-19.
Following Greece’s first lockdown last spring, the Mediterranean Palace reopened its doors on June 1. The hotel continues to operate to date in accordance with the health protocols announced by Greek authorities and its own “Safety First” hygiene standard, developed in collaboration with Symeon Metallidis, head epidemiologist at the AHEPA Hospital of Thessaloniki.
The hotel also conducts frequent free Covid-19 tests among staff members, who have also undergone special training for Covid-19 safety and sanitization.
The Greek PM was also informed about the innovative services offered at the hotel including its hybrid events through the “Adjust – Your – Venue” service.
The “Adjust – Your – Office” service offers a number of teleworking options to guests that need to work in a comfortable, safe and innovative environment.
In addition, the Mediterranean Palace Hotel supports the local community through its Corporate Social Responsibility program. The hotel in May offered a defibrillator to the AHEPA Hospital as well as essential clothing to other Thessaloniki hospitals.
PM Mitsotakis congratulated the staff of the Mediterranean Palace for its efforts to comply with the Covid-19 measures.
He also expressed hope that “this adventure will end soon” and said that Greece will come out of the crisis even stronger.