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The most important projects of Greek Hotels at Xenia Build Hotel!

The most important projects of Greek Hotels, realized during the past year or to be implemented in the near future, will be presented in the form of case studies at the Build Hotel stage, in Hall 4.


The Marriott Group’s chain of hotels, Moxy Hotels, will be introduced to the Greek public for the first time, on the occasion of the first Moxy hotel opening in Greece, shifting the landscape for modern travelers and their needs. The architect Maria Katsarou Vafiadis, known for her contributions to the design of major hotels such as Costa Navarino and Makedonia Hotel will present her work as a Keynote speaker. Also, the architect Marios Angelopoulos from Archiplus Architects and Associates, will present the Amanzoe, while the brand-new hotel complex Stella Island will be presented by architect Stavros Peppas.

Lighting designers will also be called upon to speak at the workshop, from the companies Artemide, Bright, Viokef, Gallis Lighting, Petridis Lighting and Gravanis (L+DG). The subject of the discussions will be the latest trends in the architectural lighting of hotels and how the elements of a hotel unit are highlighted with the appropriate lighting.

Companies specializing in hotel upgrading will be central at Xenia Build Hotel, with the purpose of informing hoteliers about their services and how they can utilize their experience for improving the quality of their hotels.

Lastly, Vangelis Stergiou from AACE (Advanced Construction Engineering SA) and Elias Bratopoulos from B-group Architects, will present an advanced technology, special concept hotel room, which includes all the high-end solutions that fascinate the modern traveler.

The event will be curated and coordinated by the architecture magazine EK. With its many years of experience in matters of architecture, building and design, EK Magazine can provide hoteliers with reliable solutions and suggestions for improving their business.

Read the 3-day detailed program here.

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