By Stathis Kousounis
Santorini has been chosen as the location for the second InterContinental hotel in Greece, the international group’s local director Panos Panayiotopoulos has revealed to Kathimerini.
He noted that this will be the group’s first expansion in Greece after a three-decade presence in Athens.
The plan is for works for the creation of the Santorini InterContinental to begin within the year so that the hotel unit can open in two to three years’ time.
The hotel will have 120 rooms and 40 suites with private swimming pools, a spa, a conference center and two restaurants in a 30-million-euro investment.