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Greek Hotel Chamber: Core Hospitality Issues on 8th General Assembly Agenda

Challenges faced by the Greek hotel industry will top the agenda of the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels' 8th General Assembly on February 8 at the Metropolitan Expo in Athens.

Investment Activity in Greek Hotel Sector Going Strong

Greece is evolving into one of the most popular global destinations, with investment activity in its hospitality sector picking up pace, according to a GBR Consulting report.

GBR: Stronger Arrivals Spur Athens Q1 Hotel Revenues

International arrivals to Athens International Airport have stimulated revenue for the Greek capital’s hotels in the first quarter of 2018, according to GBR Consulting.

Liquidity, Return of Rival Markets Break Greek Tourism Spell

Limited access to cash on top of recovering rival markets are taking a bite out of Greece’s tourism sector in terms of arrivals and revenue, according to market experts.

Greek Hotels Chamber Sets Out Goals for 2018

Key issues that must be addressed so as to "unlock" the Greek hotel sector’s full potential were underlined at the 7th Hellenic Chamber of Hotels General Assembly in Athens.

Ernst & Young Report Warns Against Greece Hotel VAT Hike

A possible Value Added Tax (VAT) increase on hotels in Greece, from the current 6.5 percent to 13 percent, would be "catastrophic" for the country's economy and employment sector, according to the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE).

YES! Hotels Celebrates 10th Anniversary Of Semiramis

Semiramis Hotel, member of YES! Hotels Group, has announced a series of activities and events to be held during 2014, in celebration of its 10 years of successful presence in the Greek hotel industry.

Greek Hotels Are Counting Losses Since 2008

Although the first signs appear positive for the 2014 tourism season, the majority of Greek hotels continue to remain in a bad position financially, according to the president of the Hellenic Federation of Hoteliers, Yiannis Retsos.

Report Shows Good News For Greek Tourism

Positive data was released recently by a report providing a snapshot of the performance and outlook of the Greek hotel industry, within the broader context of Greek tourism and Greek socioeconomic developments.

Greek Breakfast To Benefit Hotels

Hoteliers who will introduce Greek breakfast through their hotel units would gain significant economic benefits, according to a study conducted by Agropole, a food and agribusiness consulting company, on behalf of the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels.