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Athens’ Ledra Kai Restaurant Set to Serve the Finest Polynesian Delights

For over 30 years, Athens Ledra Hotel has been offering guests the finest Polynesian and Asian cuisine in the city at its in-house Ledra Kai (former Kona Kai) restaurant, which opens its doors for the winter season with a new menu full of surprises.

Hilton Athens Hails Holiday Season in Style

The Hilton Athens announced its holiday season offerings titled “Add a Little Hilton to Your Holiday” with festive brunches, six- and eight-course gala dinners on the eve of Christmas and New Year’s, and live music and activities for kids.

100% Hotel Show Booms Into Action, Spotlights Business Knowhow

Hoteliers, entrepreneurs, architects, designers and tourism professionals had the chance to exchange ideas, concerns and solutions at this year’s 100% Hotel Show, which kicked off on Saturday and runs through today at the MEC exhibition center in Peania, eastern Attica.

100% Hotel Show Awards Design, Innovation, Novelty, Architecture

Greece’s best hotels in terms of design, lighting and renovation were awarded on Saturday, during the 100% Hotel Design Awards ceremony, which was launched for the first time at this year’s 100% Hotel Show, at the MEC exhibition center in Peania, eastern Attica.

Airbnb Athens Bookings Boost Local Economy by 69 million Euros

Hospitality platform Airbnb has boosted the local economy by 69 million euros, supported over 1,000 jobs and is attracting new visitors to Athens, a study released on Wednesday found.

Luxury & the City: Athens’ Handpicked Hotels for Pampering and Thrills

GTP takes a closer look at luxury travel in Greece. The first in our series focuses on city break hotels. From the lavish hotels in Athens and its surrounding suburbs to the coastline of Attica and the islands...

The Athenian Riviera: Where Luxury is the Only Way

In the second part of the GTP’s luxury series, we explore the coastline hotels of the Athenian Riviera, which were the first to raise the standard of accommodation in Greece in the early ’60s.

Titania Hotel’s Olive Garden Serves the Stars on a Plate

Titania Hotel’s pride and joy, the Olive Garden Bar & Restaurant, will be up and running on August 6, ready to welcome eclectic guests to its roof garden offering dinner and drinks under the stars.

New Hotels to Open in the Heart of Athens

Syntagma and Omonia squares in central Athens will welcome two new grande hotels in 2016.

Athens’ Titania Hotel Takes Stroll Down Memory Lane

On the occasion of the autumn opening of its revamped Olive Garden Bar & Restaurant already serving guests delectable dinners and cool drinks under the stars, the Titania Hotel celebrates its unique history with an ongoing exhibition featuring rare photos and documents of yesteryear.

New Upscale City Hotels to Welcome Athens Visitors in 2016

Visitors to Athens will have an even wider choice of exclusive accommodation as a number of city hotels are set to open their doors in the Greek capital in the coming year.

Domotel’s Kastri Hotel Opens for Business

The historic Kastri Hotel in the northern suburb of Nea Erythrea in Athens is back for business and ready to welcome holidaymakers to its renovated premises under the ownership of the Domotel Luxury Boutique and Lifestyle Hotels Group. The hotel opened its doors last month...

In Spirit of Sports Titania Hotel Team Runs @ Athens Marathon

Titania Hotel’s team of runners took to the streets on November 8, for the 33rd Athens Marathon - The Authentic, joining athletes of the Make-A-Wish Foundation in the 5km run.

Domotel, City College Join Forces, Offer Hands-on Training

Domotel Hotels & Resorts and the City College University of Sheffield International Faculty have teamed up to offer students the chance to improve their skills and hands-on experience through joint initiatives that aim to bring together the academic and business community.

Novotel Athenès Goes Tech, Connects Clients with the World

Novotel Athenès is connecting clients with the latest in technology following an upgrade of its services now including everything from speedy Wi-Fi to a web corner complete with iMac computers providing video messaging, boarding pass and internet printing plus applications for...

What’s Up with the Sharing Economy? Commission to Decide

If there ever was a practice causing commotion in the travel industry then “sharing economy” is it. Now, the future of the business that has brought hospitality sector professionals to the brink will be decided on June 2, when the European Commission releases its suggestions for...

Indulging with a View… at AthensWas’ MODERN Rooftop Dining

It’s all about quality, the best ingredients and indulgence at the newly opened MODERN Rooftop Dining hosted on the top floor of luxury design hotel AthensWas, which is situated just minutes away from Athens’ major attractions.

EU Commission Says Sharing Economy OK with ‘Responsible’ Use

In efforts to ensure fair play, competitiveness, consistency and quality, the European Commission said the sharing economy can prove to be an opportunity if “done right”, contributing to jobs and growth if developed in a responsible manner.

Hilton Athens Lends a Helping Hand via ‘Dine with Purpose’

For every bread basket served at its in-house restaurants daily, the Hilton Athens donates one more to people in need as part of its latest collaboration with social welfare groups Boroume and Nostos with the support of Pnyka bakery.

Greece Draft Law: Hefty Fines for Illegal Home Rentals to Tourists

According to a draft law currently being examined at the Greek finance ministry, individuals found renting properties to tourists illegally will be subject to hefty fines.