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Greek Hoteliers Expect Tourism Normalcy in 2022

Greek hoteliers are expecting tourism normalcy in 2022, according to Hellenic Hoteliers Federation President Grigoris Tasios.

Hotels: ‘Last-second’ Bookings to Make or Break Greek Tourist Season

Greek hoteliers are betting on late July and August tourist flows to stimulate the market hoping that vaccinations proceed and the Covid-19 pandemic subsides.

Mainland Greece Hoteliers Want Additional Aid Due to Covid-19

Hoteliers in mainland Greece and primarily in the north are calling on the government to provide additional support to ensure the operation of hotels impacted by Covid-19.

Greek Hoteliers Seek Measures to Avert Employee Dismissals

Citing near to zero bookings, Greek hoteliers are calling on the government to introduce a new round of support measures in order to prevent employee dismissals. 

Covid-19: Greek Hoteliers Call for Measures to Facilitate Road Tourism

Greek hoteliers are calling on the government to take measures that will facilitate road travel and ensure safe admission into the country.

HOTREC’s Marie Audren: ‘European Hospitality is Up Against Challenges Beyond Covid-19’

HOTREC Director-General Marie Audren shares her thoughts on the challenges of the Covid-19 era and the opportunities it brings for the development of the European hospitality industry.

HOTREC Rolls Out #TogetherForHospitality Campaign to Support Tourism Recovery

HOTREC, the European umbrella association of hotels, restaurants and cafés, has launched a digital campaign to support the tourism sector.

Hotels Chamber Launches #filoxeniaMoU Greek Hospitality Action

Greek hoteliers have launched #filoxeniaMoU, a month-long initiative dedicated to the importance of hospitality in the recovery of tourism.

Halkidiki Tourism Professionals May Cover 50% of Covid-19 Testing Costs for Tourists

Tourism professionals in Halkidiki, Northern Greece, are examining the possibility of paying for part of the cost of Covid-19 testing for tourists.

Greek Hotels Next in Line for Covid-19 Support

The Greek government will release a new round of Covid-19 support measures and “green” incentives for hotels.

TUI’s Payments Delay Upsets Greek Hoteliers

Greek hoteliers are claiming their businesses are at stake, after TUI issued contract amendments that will delay payment for accommodation booked at Greek hotels this year.

Grigoris Tasios to Serve Second Term as President of Hellenic Hoteliers Federation

Greek hotelier Grigoris Tasios has been elected to serve a second term as the president of the Hellenic Hoteliers Federation.

Greek Hoteliers Honored for Supporting Entrepreneurship

Greek hoteliers Aristotelis Thomopoulos, Sakellarios Soulounias and Constantinos Leventis have been honored for their dedication to entrepreneurship and to the protection of hoteliers' rights.

Greek Hoteliers See Dismal Year Ahead Due to Covid-19

Hellenic Hoteliers Federation President Grigoris Tasios has painted a gloomy picture for Greece’s hospitality sector, which has been hard hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Greece Presents Data on Positive Covid-19 Cases from Inbound Travel

Greek authorities have conducted 127,900 Covid-19 tests since July 1, when Greece opened its borders to tourists, recording 295 confirmed cases in travelers.

Cyclades – Dodecanese Isles Winning Over Tourists After Covid-19

Between July 1-16, five Greek islands welcomed a total of 682 international flights and 89,560 travelers, according to data provided by the South Aegean Region.

Greece Announces Additional Covid-19 Border Measures

Greek authorities have announced additional Covid-19 measures at Greece's borders in view of rising arrivals by land.

Greek Hoteliers Demand Unified Covid-19 Approach

Citing a drop in bookings in Northern Greece, hoteliers are calling for a single unified Covid-19 approach that will not impact arrivals to the country.

Greek Hoteliers Call for Mandatory Covid-19 Testing

Greek hoteliers are urging the government to implement mandatory Covid-19 testing 72 hours ahead of travel to all incoming tourists.

Greek Hoteliers Call for Liquidity Measures to ‘Survive’ Season

Greek hoteliers are calling for liquidity measures so that they can continue running their businesses despite the sharp decline in arrivals due to Covid-19.