Acquired by Omilos Hotels Papadakis in 2017, Gouves Bay Hotel has become a pinnacle of family-oriented luxury and business sustainability.
Situated in a prime location, this 4-star, all-inclusive hotel has consistently adapted to market trends and customer needs, resulting in impressive financial milestones. This case study explores the key strategies and successes of Gouves Bay Hotel.
- Total Rooms: 98
- Operation: All-inclusive family hotel
- Turnover Increase 37% since 2019
- ADR Increase 32% since 2019
- RevPAR Increase 34% since 2019
- Direct Sales Revenue Surge 336% increase since the previous year
In keeping with its commitment to excellence, the hotel undergoes frequent renovations, ensuring state-of-the-art facilities and the highest comfort for guests.
A significant portion of the hotel's bookings come from European tour operators. Gouves Bay Hotel maintains commitment, secure, and allotment contracts with these operators, offering a stable and consistent flow of business.
Much like its sister property, Malena Hotel, Gouves Bay has a potent online presence. The recent overhaul of its website and booking engine has been particularly impactful, resulting in a 336% surge in direct sales revenue within a year.
- Turnover has grown 37% since 2019, reflecting the hotel's strong market position.
- Average Daily Rate (ADR) has increased by 32% since 2019.
- Revenue Per Available Room (RevPAR) rose by 34% over the same period.
As a family-focused, all-inclusive resort, Gouves Bay Hotel has demonstrated the ability to adapt and thrive in a competitive market. Its success in fostering long-term contractual relationships and boosting online direct sales revenue speaks to the effectiveness of its business model. The property remains an essential part of the ever-growing Omilos Hotels Papadakis portfolio, showcasing what can be achieved through strategic planning and execution.