Metaxas Hospitality Group announces the opening of all three of its hotels for the summer of 2022. Despite the challenges of the times, it looks forward to the new tourist season with optimism and confidence, while supporting its employees, business partners and suppliers as well as local communities in which it operates, is emphasized in a relevant announcement.
In more detail:
Creta Maris Beach Resort, with infrastructure ideal for families and couples in an area of 170 acres in the Heraklion Peninsula, opened its doors on April 2, with actions that support authentic and sustainable hospitality.
The TUI Magic Life Candia Maris in Ammoudara, Heraklion, with character only adults will start its operation on April 9 with enriched outdoor activities.
Santo Maris Oia Luxury Suites & Spa, in Oia, featuring privacy and unique views of Santorini’s famous sunset, upgraded outdoor areas, new reception and conference rooms, will welcome its first guests on 20 April 2022.
Preserving the health of visitors and employees remains a priority. In this context, the Group implements the “Committed to Caring” program this year as well, strictly following the Health Protocols, based on the instructions of international and national organizations and receiving all the necessary certifications.
On the occasion of the opening of the hotels, Mr. Andreas Metaxas CEO of Metaxas Hospitality Group, stated in this regard:
“We are opening our hotels and we are ready to give our best to authentic hospitality. With a smile, kindness and talent we welcome the guests who honor us and we want to reciprocate by making them feel like members of our family. Let’s have a good summer for everyone.”
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