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Crete Welcomes NIKO Seaside Resort, Greece’s Second MGallery Hotel

Crete welcomed the opening of Accor’s NIKO Seaside Resort, the second MGallery hotel in Greece and the first to open its doors on a Greek island.

InterContinental Luxury Brand to Debut on Crete in 2023

IHG Hotels & Resorts in spring 2023 will debut the InterContinental luxury brand on the Greek island of Crete in Greece.

Greece Taking Measures to Address Overtourism

Actions are being taken to address the issue of overtourism in Greece, particularly on popular islands such as Santorini and Mykonos, according to Greek Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias.

Accor to Open Second MGallery Hotel in Greece: the Niko Seaside Resort on Crete

Accor on April 10 will open its second MGallery property in Greece: the new Niko Seaside Resort on the popular island of Crete.

Greek Gov’t Approves Luxury ‘Voula Project’ Investment

The Greek government has approved a strategic investment that will take place over the next four years in the affluent residential suburb of Voula, south of Athens’ city center.

Henderson Park and Hines Acquire Five Hotels on Crete

Henderson Park and Hines, two real estate investment companies, have acquired a portfolio of five hotels on the Greek island of Crete.

Grand Hyatt Athens Opens in Greek Capital

The Grand Hyatt Athens, the first Hyatt hotel in the Greek capital and the first Grand Hyatt branded hotel in Greece, has opened its doors.

First Grand Hyatt Hotel in Greece to Open in Athens

The first Grand Hyatt hotel in Greece, the Grand Hyatt Athens, will open in the Greek capital by September this year, according to Hyatt Hotels Corporation.

More Hotels Slated for Athens, Greece, in 2018

A number of new hotels are getting ready to open their doors to guests in Athens and Attica this year.

Athens Ledra Hotel Sold to US Real Estate Giant Hines

The Athens Ledra Hotel on Syngrou Avenue in the Greek capital has been sold for 33.05 million euros to US real estate developer Hines.

TEMES – Dogus Move Full Speed Ahead to Clinch Hilton Athens

Greek luxury resorts developer TEMES SA and Turkey’s Dogus Holdings seem likely to step in as the new owners of the Hilton Athens, after Alpha Bank said that it had selected the consortium as the preferred investor for the landmark establishment.

Best of the Bunch Bid for Athens Hilton

The binding offers for the sale of the historic Athens Hilton came to a close on Friday, with media speculation hinting that Greek luxury resorts developer TEMES SA and Turkey’s Dogus Holdings will join forces and step in as the hotel’s new owners.