Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias on Friday had a working meeting with the Senior Vice President Franchise Joep Peters and the Vice President of Development Elie Milky of Radisson Hotel Group. During the meeting, they discussed the group’s development plan in Greece and its future plans for Athens, Thessaloniki and the islands.
Radisson is one of the largest hotel groups in the world, with nine different hotel brands and over 1,600 active or under construction hotels in 120 countries.
After the meeting, Kikilias noted: “The further strengthening of the presence of international brands in Greece is a vote of confidence to the offered Greek tourist product, which adds power to the policy for promoting Greece as a tourist destination to audiences that prefer the flexibility of direct reservations. The plans of Radisson Group, as well as of other international chains, contribute to the creation of added value for our country and a dividend for Greek society”.