Owner of Santorini resort wins ‘Hotelier of the Year’ award for 2023

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During the 35th Virtuoso Travel Week held in Las Vegas, the managing director and owner of Canaves Oia Luxury Resorts, Markos Haidemenos, has won the ‘Hotelier of the Year’ award for 2023.

With the renowned hospitality group owning five luxury hotels in Santorini, this award marks the first time that a Greek representative has won, further acknowledging Greece as a global tourist destination.

Canaves Oia Owner and CEO Markos Haidemenos. Photo: Canaves Oia Luxury Resorts.

According to Haidemenos, the recognition of this award demonstrates the hotel teams efforts and hard work.

Every year Virtuoso, one of the top international networks for travel companies, hosts the travel week to honour individuals and organisations who have stood out for their high level of service in the travel industry.

Source: GTP News

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