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Greece. Always in Season: New Campaign Aims to Attract Tourists All Year Round

The GNTO's new campaign "Greece. Always in Season" will promote Greece through a series of actions including roadshows, a Greek tourism ambassador network and the use of digital tools.

Interview – George Vlachopoulos: Grace Hotel Santorini is Devoted to Excellence

Grace Hotel Santorini General Manager George Vlachopoulos speaks of the hotel's focus which is to offer only the best in terms of personalized experiences of exquisite quality.

Greece Announces Strategic Goals for 2020 Tourism Season

The Greek Tourism Ministry has set goals for the 2020 season, aiming to maximize benefits for the sector and the Greek economy in general.

New Provision for Greece’s Thomas Cook-hit Tourism Businesses

Greece’s Independent Authority for Public Revenue will allow an income tax deduction for businesses affected by the Thomas Cook collapse.

Athens’ Life Gallery Hotel Blows Out 15 Candles in Style

The Life Gallery athens hotel in Ecali celebrated its 15th anniversary with a grand party that included an outstanding music program and a motorcycle display.

STR Study: Greece Debt Crisis Impact on Hospitality

The hospitality sector in Greece managed to withstand during the economic crisis that gripped the country in 2009, according to a study by STR.

Lampsa: High Expectations for New Luxury Hotel in Athens

Greek hospitality group Lampsa Hellenic Hotels has high expectations for its new five-star Athens Capital Hotel – MGallery, which will open its doors in central Athens.

‘Athens Capital Hotel – MGallery’ Brings Accor Hospitality to Syntagma Sq

Central Syntagma Square is set to welcome in 2020, the Athens Capital Hotel – MGallery, a new addition to the Lampsa Hellenic Hotels SA portfolio.

Larissa’s Hotel Metropol Completes Full Refurbishment Project

The Hotel Metropol in Larissa has completed a major refurbishment project, which included revamping its spaces and upgrading its room equipment.

China’s Fosun Acquires Thomas Cook for $14.2m

Chinese conglomerate Fosun said it would be purchasing Thomas Cook for $14.2 million, weeks after the travel giant collapsed leaving thousands of holidaymakers stranded.

Radisson Reveals Plans to Expand in Greek Hotel Market

Radisson Hotel Group has revealed plans to expand in Greece's hotel market in destinations such as Athens, Thessaloniki and Patra.

New Faces: Anastasia Gogali, Sales Manager at Grand Hyatt Athens

This week, GTP Headlines introduces Anastasia Gogali, the sales manager of the Grand Hyatt Athens hotel in the Greek capital.

Expert: Greek Hoteliers Must Limit Reliance on Tour Operators

Greek hoteliers must expand their partnerships in the wake of Thomas Cook’s collapse, according to tourism industry expert Andreas Papatheodorou.

Thomas Cook: Greece Aims to Cover Lost Ground via Tourism Promo Drive

A new tourism campaign to launch in Greece in January, is one of many emergency measures taken in the aftermath of Thomas Cook’s collapse.

Enterprise Greece: 250 Greek Tourism Projects Available for Investment

Some 250 Greek entrepreneurs are looking to strike deals with strategic investors to proceed with plans for the development of tourism projects.

OAED: Scheme to Secure Jobs for Greek Tourism Businesses after Thomas Cook Ruin

OAED has announced another support measure for Greek tourism professionals affected by the ruin of Thomas Cook.

Thomas Cook Default Impacts 38 Countries, 8.6m Flight Seats

Thirty-eight countries and 8.6 million seats will be affected by the bankruptcy of UK tour operator Thomas Cook, says a recent analysis.

Greece’s Thomas Cook Repatriation Operation in Full Swing

The repatriation process of the tourists stranded in Greece due to the collapse of Thomas Cook, should be completed in the next few days.

Greece: New Relief Actions for Thomas Cook-affected Businesses

Relief measures were announced for Greek tourism businesses affected by the collapse of Thomas Cook.

Moody’s Says Thomas Cook Collapse May Take Toll on Greek Banks

Greece's banks may be next to suffer the blow of the Thomas Cook downfall, according to a report by ratings agency Moody’s.