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Op-Ed: ‘Decisions for Tourism will Need to be Strategically Flexible’ – Alexandros Vassilikos

As the world awaits for tourism to restart in the post-coronavirus era, Hellenic Chamber of Hotels President Alexandros Vassilikos analyzes what we have learned from the industry’s evolution over the past decades.

Covid-19 an Obstacle for 2021 Greek Tourism Forecast, Says Hotels Chief

No forecast can be made at the moment on how Greek tourism will progress this year, says Hellenic Chamber of Hotels President Alexandros Vassilikos.

Grant Thornton: Hospitality Supports Greek Economy, Jobs and Contributes to Other Sectors

The hospitality sector plays a major role in Greece’s economic development and is one of the largest employers in the country, says a Grant Thornton study.

Greece’s Stand Among ‘Most Visited’ at Romania’s TTR Virtual Expo 2021

Greece was among the three most popular destinations of Romania's TTR Virtual Expo 2021, which attracted a total of 33,000 visitors.

Turnover of Greek Hotels Down by 78% in 2020

Turnover of the Greek hotel industry in 2020 dropped by 78% percent year-on-year to 1.83 billion euros, according to a new report by ITEP.

GNTO Supports Promotion of Over 200 Greek Tourism Businesses in Virtual Expos

A total of 209 Greek tourism enterprises in 2020 had the opportunity to participate in leading international virtual tourism fairs with the support of the GNTO.

Greek Startup Tourmie Among Winners of CapsuleT Hospitality Accelerator Program

Greek tourism startup Tourmie came in second among the winners of the 3rd cycle of the CapsuleT Travel & Hospitality Accelerator program.

Greece to Showcase Tourism Startups at ITB Berlin 2021 Virtual Event

Greek tourism startups that were announced winners of the CapsuleT accelerator program will be showcased at the ITB Berlin 2021 virtual event to take place in March.

Investors Have Their Eye on Greece, Says Accor CEO Southern Europe

Accor CEO Southern Europe Maud Bailly highlights Greece's attractiveness as a destination for tourism investments.

Phocuswright: Travel Not Expected to Fully Recover from Covid-19 Before 2025

Travel will start to pick up in 2021 but the sector is not expected to fully recover from the impact of Covid-19 before 2025, according to Phocuswright.

Greece’s 4th International Hospitality Forum Opens on November 23

The program for the 4th International Hospitality Forum, to be held on November 23 by the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels in partnership with Phocuswright, has been announced.

Coordinated Action Needed to Resume Travel, Say European Tourism Experts

European tourism experts and MEPs are calling for an EU-wide coordinated approach that will ensure the seamless restart of travel and tourism.

Greek Tourism Ministry and Hellenic Chamber of Hotels Focus on CSR in Hospitality

The Greek Tourism Ministry and the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels have launched a cooperation that is expected to further strengthen the country's hospitality offering.

GNTO Takes Part in Virtual Greek Tourism Workshop for Danish Market

The GNTO is taking part in the 1st Virtual Greek Alternative Tourism & Gastronomy Workshop that is focusing on the Danish market.

Covid-19 Kept 40% of Greece’s Hotels Closed in 2020

Only 60 percent of all hotels in Greece managed to operate during this year's tourism season after the country's Covid-19 lockdown, according to a new report by ITEP.

Greek Hoteliers Brace Themselves for a Tough Winter Due to Covid-19 Impact

Hellenic Chamber of Hotels President Alexandros Vassilikos sees a tough winter ahead for hotels in Greece due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Greek Hotel Chamber and Phocuswright Announce Strategic Partnership

The Hellenic Chamber of Hotels is joining forces with Phocuswright, a leading global tourism industry research company, for its virtual 4th International Hospitality Forum to take place on November 23.

Nantin Hotel Promises Safe Stays in Ioannina

The Nantin Hotel has reopened its doors to provide its guests with safe accommodation in the city of Ioannina in western Greece.

Covid-19: Greek Hotels See Low Demand in July, Can’t Predict August Occupancy

Almost a month after Greece reopened to tourism, hotels in the country are seeing sluggish demand and are unsure of what will happen in August.

‘Vivere a Plakes’ is Welcoming Experiential Travelers to Milos

The Vivere a Plakes apartment hotel on Milos has opened its doors and is welcoming Greek and international travelers that search for experiential holidays.