Eugenia Chandris

Vice President, Chandris Hotels

Eugenia Chandris started out as a trainee in the hospitality industry and then worked in her family's travel and hotel business. In 1985 she wrote the Venus Syndrome, a study of the female body from manyview points -- medical, anthropological, physiological and holistic. It was one of the first books to explore why so many women deposit fat on their lower halves. She appeared on many radio and television shows including the The Morning Show with Regis Philbin. She is also the author of several articles on travel and on growing up Greek in London. She moved to Greece in 1987 and worked for 2 years as a consultant for international co-productions at ERT the State Broadcaster. Following that she formed her own television production company while returning to the hospitality industry. She is Vice President of Chandris Hotels and completed the group’s latest 5 star property in Thessaloniki Greece in 2010. She is the British President of the British Hellenic Chamber of Commerce. She has sixteen year old triplets, one boy and 2 girls and is based in Athens with monthly trips to London, Corfu and Mykonos where she is also developing an estate. She also visits New York frequently.

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