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Marriott to Debut W Hotels Brand in Greece with W Costa Navarino

Marriott International has signed an agreement with TEMES to debut the W Hotels Worldwide brand in Greece with the opening of W Costa Navarino.

Athens’ Hilton Hotel Undergoing €130m Mega Makeover

The Hilton Athens hotel is undergoing a 130-million-euro makeover in order to be transformed into a new multidimensional destination in the Greek capital.

Hilton Athens to be Transformed and Renamed ‘Conrad’

Hilton and Ionian Hotel Enterprises plan to transform the iconic Hilton Athens in Greece into a new destination comprising a luxury hospitality and residential offering.

Greece Hopes to Become Frontrunner in Sustainable Tourism

Greece is aiming to become a leader in sustainable tourism development, Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias said at the 1st Athens ESG & Climate Crisis Summit.

TEMES SA: €1.2bn in New Investments to Expand Award-winner Costa Navarino

TEMES SA, the company behind the award-winning Costa Navarino resort, is planning to proceed with a new round of investments worth 1.2 billion euros.

NYT Forum Explores Architecture & Democracy at Greece’s Costa Navarino

Some of the world’s most prominent architects, economists, professors and academics met at the Costa Navarino Resort this week to answer one question: Does architecture influence democracy?

Art and Democracy Forum: Is Democracy a Prerequisite for Art to Flourish?

The relationship between art and democracy and whether democracy is a prerequisite for art to flourish was the focal point of the exclusive “Art & Democracy” event held recently at Costa Navarino.

Navarino Environmental Observatory: Greek-Swedish Collaboration Continues for Another Five Years

The Navarino Environmental Observatory (ΝΕΟ) will continue its top research on the effects of climate change in the Mediterranean region through the continued collaboration between Stockholm University, the Biomedical Research Foundation of the Academy of Athens (BRFAA) and TEMES...