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Amphitrion Takes Delivery Of Six New Tour Coaches

The Athens-based Amphitrion group says that it has taken delivery of six new, ultra-modern tour coaches. The company says the new vehicles were needed to meet increased demand and the needs of its clientele.

Athens Hotel Owners Agree To 2004 Room Availability

Athens hoteliers have agreed to set aside 80 percent of the capital's beds to accommodate the Olympic family during the 2004 Games. At a meeting last month with Development Minister Nikos Christodoulakis and Athens 2004 Organizing Committee Chairwoman Yianna...

Amphitrion Group Moves At A Steady Speed Forward

Konstantinos Mitsiou of the Amphitrion group of travel companies does things that few in the local travel industry dare. He has created companies that specialize in specific areas of tourism and opened offices in far-flung areas, such as North America, Japan, and perhaps soon,...

Athens Hoteliers Sign Athens 2004 Contracts

At least five Athenian hotels have signed contracts with tour and travel offices for room bookings during the 2004 Olympic Games.

Astir Group Up And Running

Astir Palace Resorts at the Athens suburb of Vouliagmenis starts off the new year with grand plans for modernization and expansion. Astir's managing director and general manager, Alexios Kimisis, says the group intends to spend more than 10 billion drachmas in a 5-year plan to...

SETE Sends EOT Chief 2004 Message

The Association of Greek Tourist Enterprises (SETE) has forwarded a letter to the Hellenic Tourism Organization's general secretary Evgenios Yiannakopoulos pointing out that the tourism sector can reap enormous benefits from Athens' hosting of the 2004 Olympics.