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Accor sets new records in operating and financial performances in 2023

In 2023, Accor opened 291 hotels, corresponding to 41,000 rooms, i.e., net network growth of 2.4% in the last 12 months.

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International sustainability certification for Costa Navarino's golf courses

Costa Navarino has received the GEO certification from the GEO Sustainable Golf Foundation, an international non-profit organization that evaluates golf courses based on their sustainability practices.

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Hotel chains are expanding in Turkey

Istanbul has the highest number of hotels with 221, followed by Antalya with 155 and Muğla province with 73.

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Boutique Hotels' members increase above 200

The Boutique Hotel mark is an official certification for small hotels in Greece that offer exceptional aesthetics and innovative services.

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Goldman Sachs' major tourist investment in Halkidiki

The investment project has a budget of €107.6 million and involves the renovation of the Kallithea hotel complex, which spans 158 acres and boasts 850 meters of beachfront.

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Isrotel launches ALUMA hotels in Athens

Isrotel, a hotel chain with 23 hotels across Israel, has launched a new expansion under the name ALUMA.

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Airbnb on track for new record highs, with double digit increases expected in 2024

The average Revenue per available rental night (RevPAR) in 2023 was €90, which shows a 9.8% year-on-year increase and an incredible 36.8% increase from 2019.

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More than 50% of properties based in Halkidiki Prefecture is owned by foreigners

The Bulgarians spend the highest amounts, while the Israelis invest in cheaper real estate.