Saturday, June 13, 2015


Greek hoteliers can be excused for bearing a grudge against their new government's tactics;
Occupancy rates for holiday room and apartment rentals have posted a decline in the first few months of this tourism season that reaches up to 50 percent in some areas, due to the drop in demand recorded throughout the period that the SYRIZA-led government has been locked in negotiations with the country’s creditors, as well as the increase in the phenomenon of illegal accommodation.
The president of the Confederation of Enterprises for Rented Rooms & Apartments, Constantinos Brentanos, says that the country’s small accommodation units – most of which are family-run – are under great pressure from the ongoing economic uncertainty.
Be careful who you vote for.

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