List of hotels in Greece that will remain open during the coronavirus pandemic

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The Greek Tourism Ministry on Monday announced the first batch of hotels that are exempt from a government decision ordering the temporary closure of the country’s year-round hotels, GTP Headlines reported.

The government decision comes amid the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

As announced, one accommodation unit per regional capital will be allowed to remain open, with the exception of Athens and Thessaloniki, where three facilities can operate.

According to the decision, the hotels were excluded from the ban in order to offer accommodation to armed forces, security forces, medical, nursing or healthcare personnel, education staff, EU officials, impacted individuals, asylum seekers or refugees, and foreign students studying in Greece.

The 50 hotels on the list were selected by the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels following a draw among those that expressed an interest.

Attica:

  • Golden City Hotel, Athens
  • Hellinis Hotel, Athens
  • N.J.V. Athens Plaza Hotel, Athens
  • Twentyone Hotel, Kifissia
  • Myrto Hotel, Nea Makri
  • The Park Hotel Piraeus, Piraeus
  • Avra Hotel, Egina island
  • Elefsina Hotel, Elefsina

Central Greece:

  • Delta Hotel, Lamia
  • Kentrikon Hotel, Chalkida
  • Lecadin Hotel, Karpenissi
  • Philippos Hotel, Levadia
  • Trokadero Hotel, Itea

Central Macedonia:

  • Panorama Hotel, Thessaloniki
  • Rotonda Hotel, Thessaloniki
  • Vergina Hotel, Thessaloniki
  • Aiges Melathron Hotel, Veria
  • Alfa Hotel, Edessa
  • Elena Hotel, Serres
  • Evridiki Hotel, Kilkis
  • Marelia Hotel, Polygyros, Chalkidiki
  • Orfeas Classic Hotel, Katerini

Crete island:

  • Elina Hotel Apartments, Rethymno
  • Irene Hotel, Chania
  • Lato Boutique Hotel, Heraklio
  • Naiades Marina Hotel, Agios Nikolaos

Eastern Macedonia & Thrace:

  • Archontiko Chris & Eve Mansion, Komotini
  • Kouros Hotel, Drama
  • Lucy Hotel, Kavala
  • Possidon Hotel, Thassos island
  • Xanthi Hotel, Xanthi

Epirus:

  • Acropolis Hotel, Igoumenitsa
  • Arta Palace, Arta
  • Avra Hotel, Preveza
  • Dioni Hotel, Ioannina

Ionian Islands:

  • Cavalieri Hotel, Kerkyra (Corfu) island
  • Familia Hotel, Ithaki island
  • Hotel Boschetto, Lefkada island
  • Ionian Plaza Hotel, Kefallonia island
  • Strada Marina Hotel, Zakynthos island

North Aegean:

  • Chios Chandris Hotel, Chios island
  • Diamantides Hotel, Myrina, Lemnos island
  • Kastro Hotel, Agios Kirykos, Ikaria island
  • Mytilana Village, Mytilini island

Peloponnese:

  • Hera Hotel, Nafplio
  • Korinthos Hotel, Korinthos
  • Mainalon Resort, Tripoli
  • Menelaion Hotel, Sparti
  • Plaza Hotel, Kalamata

South Aegean:

  • Anezina Hotel, Milos island
  • Archontiko Hotel, Kalymnos island
  • Byzantio City Hotel, Tinos island
  • Eleni Mansion, Andros island
  • Hermes Hotel, Syros island
  • Kontes Hotel, Paros island
  • Kos Hotel, Kos island
  • Mediterranean Hotel, Rodos island
  • Messaria Hotel, Kythnos island
  • Mykonos Beach Hotel, Mykonos island
  • Suites of the Gods, Megalochori, Santorini island
  • Titania Hotel, Karpathos island
  • Xenia Hotel, Naxos island

Thessaly:

  • Aeton Melathron Hotel, Trikala
  • Australia Hotel, Skiathos island
  • Dionissos Hotel, Larissa
  • Jason Hotel, Volos
  • Kierion Hotel, Karditsa

Western Greece:

  • Alexander Hotel, Agrinio
  • Astir Hotel , Patra
  • Pantheon Hotel, Pyrgos

Western Macedonia:

  • Achillion Hotel, Grevena

Effective from 6 a.m. on Monday 23rd March, in an attempt to contain the spread of the deadly coronavirus, Greece went into lockdown.

The Greek lockdown explained. Find out more here.

*Source: GTP Headlines

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This post was last modified on June 10, 2020 3:26 pm

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