Last reviewed/updated 12 January 2024 | ‘Residence tax’ replaced by ‘climate crisis resilience fee’ from 1 January 2024. November to February, the rates are the same as previous ‘residence tax’. March to October the rates have increased (new rates in table below).

'Climate crisis resilience fee'

The ‘climate crisis resilience fee’ (τέλος ανθεκτικότητας στην κλιματική κρίση) replaced the ‘residence tax’ (φόρος διαμονής) from 1 January 2024.

The fee is decided by national government (regulation) and levied nationwide on a per room basis. The revenue contributes to an emergency fund for natural disasters.

Further information (and to check current rate) can be found below by clicking on ‘Greece – all destinations’.


Hotel Star Rating
1 2 3 4 5 Some Exemptions
€ per room per night  
Greece – all destinations
(no maximum nights)










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