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Aqua Vista Hotels: 2019 is a Demanding Year for Santorini’s Tourism

With occupancy on Santorini down by 8-12 percent, Greek hoteliers should think about redefining their sales strategy this year, says Aqua Vista Hotels.

Xenia 2018 to Show How Digital Technology is Shaping Hospitality

The ways digital technology is shaping the future of the hospitality industry will be the main focus of the Xenia Digi Hotel conference, to take place during November 24-26, in Athens.

Titania Hotel In Athens Expects Increase In Bookings, Occupancy This Year

The Titania Hotel, located in central Athens, Greece, expects bookings this year to increase by 10 percent and overnights to exceed 110,000 compared to last year.

Halkidiki, Greece, Welcomes Comeback Of Dutch Tourists

The Dutch are making a comeback to Halkidiki in Northern Greece after many years of absence, according to the several hundreds of bookings made to the destination during the Vakantiebeurs Tourism and Leisure Fair that took place recently in Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Best Western Greece Reports Increase In Overnights, Revenue

Following a positive trend since the first half of 2013, Best Western hotels in Greece have recorded an increase in both revenue and overnight stays this year.

Hotel Chamber: Increased Post-Election Bookings Not Enough

“The Greek tourism market was significantly affected by the political uncertainty that intensified after the (first) elections of 6 May,” the president of the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels, Yiorgos Tsakiris, said at a recent press conference.

Tourism Professionals At A Loss As Greece Calls For New General Elections

Greece is heading for a new round of elections as talks among party leaders to form a government—based on the results of the elections of 6 May—collapsed. The date for the new round of elections has been set for 17 June.

Tourism Falls Victim To Greece’s Political Scene

International bookings dropped some 50 percent only a few days after Greece’s general elections, according to Andreas Andreadis, president of the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE).

Greek Tourism Weighed Down By Uncertainty

“The slander against our country weighs heavily during this particularly sensitive period in which early bookings are in process for this year’s tourism season,” the Hellenic Association of Travel and Tourist Agencies (HATTA) said last month in regards to the violent street...

Professionals Cautious On 2011 Domestic Tourism

Tourism professionals appeared satisfied with bookings during the Athenian exodus of the 28 October weekend holiday when compared with those recorded in previous years for the same period, the Greek press said last month.