Marriott and Villa One in Greece are buying an additional two villas in the Aegean island nation of Lesbos, according to the two people familiar with the deal.
The villas are in the town of Ville, in the western part of Lesbodia.
The deal will pay for the purchase of three additional villas.
In a statement, the hotel said it was committed to its Greek customers and welcomed the opportunity to provide them with a better dining experience and better accommodation.
The two other properties are being purchased in Athens and Athens-Marinos.
Both properties are currently occupied by other hotel chains.
It is unclear how much the new properties will cost.
The Greek government has been working to modernize its economy, with a focus on attracting tourists.
The government has sought to attract foreign investors in the tourism sector by offering tax breaks on foreign investments.