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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.

Greek Hoteliers and Tour Operators at Odds Over Covid-19 Cancelations

Greek hoteliers are calling on the Tourism Ministry to resolve payment and booking issues that have arisen with tour operators in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Hellenic Chamber of Hotels Donates €1m to Fight Against Covid-19

The Hellenic Chamber of Hotels will donate 1 million euros to support Greece's healthcare system in its battle against the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

Greek Hoteliers Set Sights on Epiphany Weekend Arrivals

Greece’s hoteliers are betting on arrivals for the three-day Epiphany holiday to increase occupancy levels and boost revenues.

Greek Hoteliers Expect 2020 to Be a Challenging Year for Tourism

The new year is expected to be one with many challenges for Greek tourism, according to the Hellenic Hoteliers Federation.

Travelbook Group Presents ‘One-stop Shop’ Services to Greek Hoteliers

Travelbook Group presented its products and services at the 35th Philoxenia International Tourism Exhibition in Thessaloniki.

Phocuswright to Share Expertise at Greek Hotel Chamber’s Forum in Athens

Travel industry research authority Phocuswright will share its expertise with Greek hoteliers at the upcoming 3rd International Hospitality Forum in Athens.

TUI Aims to Fill ‘Gap’ Thomas Cook Left in Greek Hotels

TUI is looking to pick up the pieces from the collapse of Thomas Cook, which left behind thousands of stranded tourists and lost hotel bookings in many countries, including Greece.

Thomas Cook Collapse: Useful Info for Hoteliers, Tourists in Greece

The Greek Tourism Ministry released information for hotels in Greece that are hosting Thomas Cook customers from Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium.

Greek Tourism Sector Applauds PM’s Statements

Greece's tourism heads applauded the recent statements made by the country's Prime Minister that include an announced 10-year strategic plan for the sector.

Greek Hotels Spent €1.6 Billion on Upgrades in 2017-2018

Investments of Greek hoteliers for upgrades in their units during 2017-2018 amounted to over 1.6 billion euros, according to the Institute for Tourism Research and Forecasts (ITEP).

HotelAvailabilities Now Connected with Bidroom

Hoteliers in Greece can proceed with the connection of their property via HotelAvailabilities to Bidroom and manage their inventory and rates with zero commission.

Greek Hoteliers Chief Urges Gov’t to Take Action, Pay Attention to Their Needs

Hellenic Federation of Hoteliers (POX) President Grigoris Tasios expressed his dissatisfaction with government officials who "have failed to effectively address hoteliers’ problems".

Lebanon is Honored Country at Athens International Tourism Expo 2018 in Greece

Lebanon's participation as the honored country at the AIT Expo 2018 is expected to mark the start of a new momentum in bilateral tourism relations with Greece.

Sales Seminars for Greek Hoteliers – Next Stop: Santorini

Five key players in the Greek tourism sector will give tips to hoteliers on increasing revenue, during the third Sales Seminar to take place on October 26 on Santorini.