The Tourism Ministry of Greece has ordered the touristic accommodations of the country that operate all year round to shut down from March 23rd until April 30th 2020, as part of the preventive measures for public health protection against the coronavirus outbreak. Previously, only the seasonal hotels and accommodations had been ordered to cease operating. As an exception, only one hotel per regional unit will remain open, as well as three hotels in Athens and three in Thessaloniki. The list of the hotels and accommodations that haven't closed down during the pandemic are as follows:
There are five more hotels in Greece that will remain open during the country's lockdown which cannot be found in our database. These are: Hotel Possidon in Limenas Thasos, Hotel Elena in Thassos, Archontiko Hotel in Kalymnos, Acropolis Hotel in Igoumenitsa and Hotel Xanthi in Xanthi. We sincerely hope that the coronavirus will not keep hotels and accommodations closed down for too long, and they will all be able to start accepting guests for the summer season in the near future.
Based on information obtained by the Tourism Ministry and the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels, this list of accommodations that remain open during the coronavirus outbreak is dynamic, so it is quite possible that more accommodations might be added to it according to the specific needs of each of the country's regional units.