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hotel tax ?

Leeds, United...
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hotel tax ?

Hi could anyone let me know the amount of hotel tax we now have to pay in Greece . I have read it is based on a star system but I am not sure how much this would cost .

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Suffolk, United...
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for Cephalonia
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1. Re: hotel tax ?

Hi Pat,

Here is one guide.

https:/…Greece-Overnight-Stay-Tax.htm

Just note that it is per room per night and not per person.

Bob

Edited: 22 January 2018, 21:26
Athens, Greece
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for Peloponnese, Athens
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78 reviews
2. Re: hotel tax ?

Lots of threads on this already, it depends where you are staying.

The latest news here,

https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ShowTopic-g189…

Athens, Greece
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for Peloponnese, Athens
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3. Re: hotel tax ?

Bob, that is not up to date, apartments are split into categories now as well.

Suffolk, United...
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for Cephalonia
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12,214 posts
89 reviews
4. Re: hotel tax ?

Thanks Yiassas!

Athens, Greece
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for Peloponnese, Athens
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12,359 posts
78 reviews
5. Re: hotel tax ?

No problem, keep a note of my above link, that’s the latest published :)

Suffolk, United...
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for Cephalonia
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89 reviews
6. Re: hotel tax ?

I have added it to my "files". :-)

Ta.

bristol
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22 reviews
7. Re: hotel tax ?

Yes it is based on a Star system and can cost from 0.50 to 5 euros per night. 5 euro would be for 5 star.

Suffolk, United...
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for Cephalonia
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12,214 posts
89 reviews
8. Re: hotel tax ?

According to the latest info I have, a 5star hotel has a "tax" of 4€. Of course may be out of date.

Athens, Greece
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for Peloponnese, Athens
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12,359 posts
78 reviews
9. Re: hotel tax ?

You’re right Bob, €4, that’s the maximum for ant accommodation.

bristol
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913 posts
22 reviews
10. Re: hotel tax ?

That was info from our accommodation owners a couple of months ago.

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