Domes Resorts has announced it will manage two additional Greek hotels.
The brand is taking on management of Grand Hotel on the island of Corfu and Zante Beach in Zante.
The move will take Domes Resorts collection of hotels to six.
The expansion is part of an agreement between Domes Resorts and Hotel Investment Partners, which specialises is sourcing, renovating and repositioning hotels.
Owned by Ledra Hotels and Villas, Domes Resorts owns and operates three properties in Crete – Domes of Elounda, Domes Noruz Chania and Domes Zeen. It also leases and operates Domes Miramare in Corfu.
George Spanos, chief executive of Domes Resorts, said: “We are more than excited, this agreement is decisive because it goes hand in hand with our strategic expansion plan for the Domes brand. This initiative was a year in the making as we have always believed that it is crucial to have entities of this magnitude investing in Greece. As of today, we are much closer to realizing our ambition, to see the Domes brand beyond Greek borders.”
Alejandro Hernández-Puértolas, chief executive and founding partner of HIP, said: “This agreement confirms our commitment to actively reposition, invest and transform our Greek portfolio, supporting Greece to maintain its rightful place as a premier global tourist destination, create jobs and spur local economic growth. We are delighted to partner with Domes Resorts to enhance the value of Grand Hotel and Zante Beach Hotel and further cement our position as a leading hotel company in Southern Europe.”
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