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Greece’s Reputation for Travel Experiences Going Strong in Q3

Greece remained competitive in the third quarter of the year garnering a score of 8.91 in terms of traveler experience, study finds.

Greek Hotel Revenues Rise, Overnight Stays Drop in Q3

Greek hotels exceeded pre-pandemic 2019 revenues by 19% in the third quarter of the year but marked a 5 to 7% drop in the number of overnight stays.

Athens Hotels Not Happy With January-July 2022 Performance Figures

Athens’ hotels in July saw a ‘remarkable’ rise in occupancy but data for the first seven months of the year has sparked worry among hoteliers.

Athens and Greece Maintain Strong Online Reputation in Q2

Greece and Athens continued to garner positive feedback online in Q2 and June, according to INSETE’s sentiment tracker for the country and its capital city.

Athens Hotel Sector Sees Over 70 New Openings During 2017–2022

Seventy-one new hotels opened in the Greek capital over the last five years with the majority located in the center of Athens, according to GBR Consulting.

Israeli Travelers Drive Tourism to Thessaloniki in H1 2022

Although overnight stays of travelers from Israel dropped this year in Thessaloniki, the country has remained among the northern Greek city’s top international source markets.

Instagrammable Beaches, Food, Nature Drive Greece’s E-reputation in May

Greece is winning points online with social media conversations pushing the country’s e-reputation up by 64 points in May compared to rival markets under investigation.

Athens Gastronomy, Hospitality Winning Over Tourists

Hospitality and gastronomy are winning points with travelers making Athens a highly sought-after destination, according to findings released by INSETE.

GBR: Athens and Thessaloniki Welcomed New Hotels During the Pandemic

The hotel sectors in both Athens and Thessaloniki saw an expansion during the two first years of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the latest report by GBR Consulting.

Attica’s Coastal Area, Islands Still Unknown to Foreign Travelers

Attica’s coastal area and islands are still unknown to many of the Greek capital’s foreign visitors, according to a survey by GBR Consulting.

Greece Sees Investment Boom in Luxury Resorts and Branded Hotels

A good number of local and international players are investing in Greece’s hospitality sector with plans to open luxury resorts and branded hotels.

Thessaloniki Hotel Stays Pick Up at End of 2021

Tourism flows to Thessaloniki, Greece, picked up in 2021 with the number of overnight stays increasing by 50.63% over 2020, according to the city’s hotels association.

Report: Athens, Thessaloniki Hotels Gathering Momentum

Hotels in Athens and Thessaloniki have managed to recover 39% of pre-pandemic overnight stay levels from January to September, says a report by GBR Consulting.

Thessaloniki Still Struggling to Increase Hotel Stays

Thessaloniki, Greece’s second largest city, is struggling to attract visitors, recording only 531,806 overnight stays in the first 8 months of the year, down by 0.04% over the same period in 2020.

Greece Study: Rising Demand for Luxury Tourism is Back

Demand for high-end tourism in Greece including accommodation at luxury resorts, is gaining ground despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

Greece Attracting Higher Profile Hotel Customers, Says GBR

Greece in June appeared to attract visitors of a “higher profile” as revenue per occupied rooms at resort hotels exceeded demand, according to GBR Consulting.

New Luxury Hotels Coming to Greece’s Hospitality Market

Greece's field of luxury hotels will see a number of new entries following transactions and developments that took place in late 2020.

Covid-19 Sends Greek Hotel Revenue Tumbling, Says GBR Report

Hotels in Greece saw revenues nosedive through the end of September 2020 as a result of restrictions to curb the spread of Covid-19.

Covid-19 Drives Thessaloniki Hotel Stays Down by 1m in 8 Months

Covid-19 has cost Thessaloniki hotels more than 1.05 million overnight stays in the first eight months of 2020, a decline of nearly 80%.

Athens Hotels 7-month Occupancy Down by 49.2% Due to Covid-19

Athens hotels suffered a major blow due to Covid-19 in the first seven months of the year, marking a 49.2 percent decline in occupancy rates.