Given the unprecedented circumstances we are all facing and in an effort to stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), the Greek government has taken all necessary measures and some of them concern the tourism industry. According to the ministerial decision, all the seasonal accommodation tourist units in Greece -including Portes Beach Hotel- will remain temporarily closed from March 15th until end of June (the exact date has not yet been decided). The decision was signed by the Ministers of Development and Investment, Adonis Georgiadis; Citizen’s Protection, Mihalis Crysohoidis; Labor, Ioannis Vroutsis; Health, Vassilis Kikilias; and Interior, Panagiotis Theodorikakos.
Portes Beach Hotel’s mission has always been to offer its guests supreme hospitality services by demonstrating a high level of responsibility towards people, society and the natural environment. Now, more than ever, we stay focused on this mission. We stay informed following the World Health Organization’s recommendations and the National Public Health Organization's updates and we fully comply with the state’s directions by applying all preventative measures. We already act proactively by doing everything needed to offer our guests a completely safe environment and a concern-free stay as soon as our hotel starts its operation. We reassure you that following the official directions, all health measures on hygiene and cleaning are and will be kept thoroughly by specifically trained personnel throughout the season and include everything from handwashing hygiene and cleaning product specifications to guest room and common area cleaning procedures.
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