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FoodTreX: Thessaloniki Ready to Host Food Tourism Conference

Travel experts from all around the world will gather in Thessaloniki in October for the FoodTreX Regional Food Travel Summit and discuss the benefits of gastronomy tourism.

Thessaloniki’s Hyatt Regency to Participate in 1st ‘Modern Macedonian Cuisine Week’

The Hyatt Regency hotel in Thessaloniki will participate in the 1st ‘Modern Macedonian Cuisine Week’ during March 12-18.

Mont Parnes Remodeling on Hold

Plans by the owners of the Mont Parnes casino-hotel to demolish the structure and rebuild another in its place may have to be re-evaluated following a forthcoming decision by the Archaeological Ephorate for Modern Monuments, which is to recommend that the Culture Ministry...

Nel Lines Acquires New Vessels and Merges with C-Link

As we go to press, shareholders of Nel-Lesvos Maritime are being asked to back a 23-million capital increase that will be used in part to acquire five used vessels. Two of the vessels are passenger ferries with Cypriot flags and three are ro-ro vessels under the Greek flag.

Mount Parnes Completes First Phase of Major Renewal

Just a year after taking over management of the Mount Parnes Casino, Regency Casino has completed its initial first phase investment program at a cost 23 million euros. The project included the complete renovation of the casino premises and the replacement of the unit's mountain...

Mont Parnes Sale Approved

A government bill to privatize the Mont Parnes casino near Athens received parliamentary approval on March 2, despite disagreement from the opposition over its terms.

Athens to Celebrate the Rebirth of Hotel de la Grande Bretagne

On the first of next month, Athenians celebrate the rebirth of the capital's most magnificent lodging unit: The Hotel Grande Bretagne. After spending some 70 million euros during the past year and one-half and literally gutting the old "palace," owners rebuilt the GB, as it is...

Bumper Year For Greek Casinos

The privatization of the Mont Parnes Casino is entering its final stage. Hyatt Regency together with construction company Hellenic Technodomiki have submitted one of the offers, while another bid came from the group of Club Hotel Loutraki, Piraeus Bank, the construction companies...

60 Business Groups Bid for Parnitha Casino

Owners of the profitable Parnitha Casino, Hellenic Tourism Properties, have called for bids of interest from international investors interested in taking over the management of the casino on Mount Parnes. So far, some 60 company groups have expressed initial interest.

Hyatt Looks To Expand

Greece's Hyatt Regency aims to expand its hotel-casino business in the immediate future to countries outside of Greece, says the company's chairman, Georgos Galanakis. He did not, however, exclude expansion in Greece and said the company would utilize every business opportunity...