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Greek PM’s Decision to Tax Airbnb Activity Gets Mixed Reactions

The announcement to tax Airbnb rental income in Greece has received mixed reactions from hospitality stakeholders and property owners.

Flood-hit Tourism Enterprises in Thessaly Expect Slow Recovery

Tourism enterprises in Thessaly, Greece, affected by Storm Daniel are calling for support measures to ensure viability.

ForwardKeys: Greece in Top 10 Countries with Strong Tourism Growth in 2023

Greece is among the world’s leading destinations in terms of growth over the 2019-2023 period, said ForwardKeys.

Greek Government Welcomes Moody’s Credit Rating Upgrade

The Greek government welcomed Moody’s decision to upgrade the country’s credit rating from Ba3 to Ba1 with a stable outlook.

Patmos First Dodecanese Island to Get Approval for Seaplane Flights

Patmos is the first Dodecanese island that received approval to operate seaplanes, according to Hellenic Seaplanes.

Makedonia Palace Offers Support to the Flood-stricken in Greece

Thessaloniki’s Makedonia Palace Hotel has partnered with the Hellenic Red Cross to support Thessaly’s flood-stricken residents.

10 Urban Roof: Radisson Blu Park Opens New Culinary Destination in Athens

The Radisson Blu Park Hotel made a stunning addition to Athens’ hospitality scene with the opening of the 10 Urban Roof restaurant bar.

Mar-Bella Collection Accredited as a Great Place to Work

The Mar-Bella Collection, a family-run hospitality brand, has achieved ‘Great Place to Work’ certification for 2023-2024.

Royal Palace of Philip II in Aiges to Open Soon for Visitors

The Royal Palace of Philip II in Aiges, one of Greece's most significant archaeological sites, is slated to open to the public in December following major restoration.