Published at: 2019-04-16 13:19 | Author: Nikos Roussanoglou
After years of behind-the-scenes work, a new crop of modern tourist resorts are due to get underway, filling an under-represented market niche
Greece is on the verge of a hotel resort development boom, with over 20 greenfield projects having been announced. The Greek National Tourism Organization estimates that if they all come to fruition, they would add more than 7,000 rooms during the next decade, representing a total investment of about €5bn. Yannis Goulios, Deputy Secretary General of the Greek National Tourism Organization, says that much of the rise in the number of tourists visiting Greece over the course of the past five years...

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