The history of G-Hotels began in 1972 in Kassandra Halkidiki at a time when Halkidiki was completely unknown as a tourist destination.
G-Hotels set the basis on which tourism developed in the region. Interest in Halkidiki has continually grown since then and has become a predominant center for tourists, not only for Greeks but for most Europeans as well as Americans.
Halkidiki is comprised of three peninsulas; Kassandra, Sithonia and Agion Oros and has one of the highest sunshine records in Greece, endless sandy beaches of which many have been awarded The Blue Flag seal of environmental clearness. Pine tree mountains and olive tree hills; green valleys and many interesting relics of the past, these are just a few of the wonders of the area. The three peninsulas of Halkidiki are on the same parallel with Majorca and share an equally sunny and beautiful climate. Furthermore, Halkidiki is close to Thessaloniki, a city filled with ancient history but very much alive as the cultural capital of Northern Greece and the Balkans.
Halkidiki, Thessaloniki town center and Thessaloniki's International Macedonia airport are all connected by the recently constructed highway, providing easy transportation means to and from the hotel resort, airport and city.
G-Hotels Halkidiki Hotel group contributes systematically and directly to the development and support of the local and national economy, employing more than 500 people from the local market.
The G-Hotels Hotel group continues to withhold a dynamic presence for over 30 years within the hotel business, maintaining a leading role in the tourism field with 5 hotel units. All G-Hotels holiday resorts are located on the Kassandra peninsula of Halkidiki. The G-Hotels group of hotels consists of The Athos Palace Hotel, The Pallini Beach Hotel and Bungalows, The Theophano Imperial Palace, The Macedonia Sun Hotel and The Simantro Beach Hotel.