The Bulgarian Ministry of Tourism Checks a 4-star Hotel, which Places Children in Dangerous Rooms

The Ministry of Tourism has begun checking in a four-star hotel in Rousse, which placed children in dangerous rooms, NOVA said.

This was first announced by parents of the 9th graders from Sofia. The inspection so far shows that the premises where the children were officially did not exist in the hotel base and should not be sold to customers at all.

Lesvos to get luxury camping ground

For most people, luxury is probably the last thing that comes to mind when thinking about camping holidays. They're seen as a cheap alternative with a certain level of inconvenience and little in the way of home comforts. We also tend to view camping holidays as something for young people who are willing to compromise on comfort in order to enjoy the freedom of living out in the wild.

Athens hotels see demand flag

The constant increase in Attica's hotel room supply combined with the drop-off in the soaring growth in demand and the market entry of thousands of apartments for short-term lets have already started to drive occupancy rates and room prices at the capital's hotels toward a decline.
The current prospects for both supply and demand are pointing to a further gap in the near future.

Gov’t planning restrictions on owners of short-term rentals

The government is considering introducing restrictions on the utilization of properties advertised on short-term rental platforms such as Airbnb and HomeAway for holiday accommodation. The restrictions will be imposed on individual owners as well as investors and professional agents who benefit from the new market.