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The country's tourist infrastructure is expected to be enriched with luxury camps – English glamping – but also with legal hostels, since the legislative framework in this direction is expected to be put to a vote before the Plenary Session of the Parliament. At least that is the goal of the Parliamentary Committee on Commerce, which yesterday completed the article-by-article discussion of the government bill on glamping, in the presence of Deputy Minister of Tourism Savva Perdiou. The discussion of the draft law submitted for the licensing of hostels in our country also began, since despite the operation of several such units, there is no legal framework for their operation.
The draft law submitted for hostels, following a discussion of the issue in the Trade Committee, where the gap was identified and the problems it creates primarily for hostel owners, was submitted by MPs Kyriakos Hatzigiannis (DISY) and Chrysi Pantelidis (DIKO), with the blessings as it appeared yesterday and of the Deputy Minister of Tourism, who supports the initiative. In contrast to the bill that will govern the operation of luxury camps, which amends the Law on the Regulation of the Establishment and Operation of Hotels and Tourist Accommodations, the legislation on hostels introduces new legislation, but again designates the competent authority the Ministry of Tourism. According to the explanatory memorandum accompanying the proposal, its purpose is to enact legislation to regulate the establishment and operation of hostels.
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“In particular, the proposed regulations define the framework for licensing and creating a register for the registration of hostels, which will be observed by the Ministry of Tourism. Also, technical and operational specifications are defined, as well as safety and health specifications regarding the operation of hostels “, the proposal states, adding that the proposed regulations are considered necessary to regulate the gap observed due to the absence of a legal framework for hostel operation and to ensure the quality of their services.
With a grace period
The aim of the proposal is mainly to facilitate the existing hostels, which for years due to the legal gap that exist are in the air, as they claim. Today it is estimated that they operate and advertise on various platforms around the 25 hostels nationwide, while before the pandemic more operated. Due to the pandemic, the legislative gap highlighted the need to create a specific framework for the operation of hostels, as several entrepreneurs faced problems even in securing state support and an initiative for legislation was developed by a group of entrepreneurs who organized and created a link. These were treated positively, as it appears from the State, as a result of which we were led to the bill, which is expected in about 15 days to be discussed again in the parliamentary Committee on Trade and then – and before the summer holidays – to be brought before the Plenary of the Parliament.
Based on the proposal, for existing hostels will be given a grace period of three years for their registration in the register that will be created. Entrepreneurs in the industry are positive about the bill but have some objections regarding some of the specifications it sets – such as the operation of a 24-hour reception and service area that does not even exist in small hotels – and are expected to file a memorandum in the coming days. with their positions. They acknowledge, however, that their “legalization” will now allow them to use various sponsorships for upgrading, as the Deputy Minister of Tourism stated yesterday.