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Trivago data finds hotel rate drop in London, Madrid and Rome

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Trivago data finds hotel rate drop in London, Madrid and Rome

London, Madrid and Rome were the only European capitals that showed an overall drop in hotel prices this year, according to data from Triavgo.

Rates fell by 7% in the UK capital, while prices were down by 1% year-on-year in Madrid and Rome.

New York City had the most expensive rates listed global matasearch site with an average overall rate of €187, followed by San Francisco where a standard double room cost €174.
Dubai, Reykjavik and Singapore were also among five priciest cities for a hotel st

London, Madrid and Rome were the only European capitals that showed an overall drop in hotel prices this year, according to data from Triavgo.

Rates fell by 7% in the UK capital, while prices were down by 1% year-on-year in Madrid and Rome.

New York City had the most expensive rates listed global matasearch site with an average overall rate of €187, followed by San Francisco where a standard double room cost €174.

Dubai, Reykjavik and Singapore were also among five priciest cities for a hotel stay in 2018 with average rates of €165, €156, and €152 per night respectively.

Amsterdam and Zurich were most expensive for a hotel stay in Europe with average nightly rates of €151 while Russia hosting the World Cup saw rates in Moscow soar by 210% in June to €158 a night against a November average of €51.

Barcelona also saw hotel prices peak in June with the average rate for a standard double room at €140 or 73% higher than the average price of €81 in January.

Bogota had the lowest hotel prices, with an average overall rate of €49 per night, followed by Kuala Lumpur and Lima, each with an average hotel price of €50. Delhi and Manila had average rates of €53 and €54 respectively.

The cities with the lowest average hotel prices in Europe were Istanbul, with an average rate of €61, and Warsaw at €63.

Marrakech had the highest year-on-year increase in average hotel prices in 2018. The average rate of €123 for a standard double room per night was 15% higher than 2017.

Beijing saw the second highest increase, with the average price up 12% to €85 from €76.

Rio de Janeiro saw the steepest decline in hotel prices, with the average rate dropping 17% to €67 per night.

Amsterdam and Zurich were most expensive for a hotel stay in Europe with average nightly rates of €151 while Russia hosting the World Cup saw rates in Moscow soar by 210% in June to €158 a night against a November average of €51.

Barcelona also saw hotel prices peak in June with the average rate for a standard double room at €140 or 73% higher than the average price of €81 in January.

Bogota had the lowest hotel prices, with an average overall rate of €49 per night, followed by Kuala Lumpur and Lima, each with an average hotel price of €50. Delhi and Manila had average rates of €53 and €54 respectively.

The cities with the lowest average hotel prices in Europe were Istanbul, with an average rate of €61, and Warsaw at €63.

Marrakech had the highest year-on-year increase in average hotel prices in 2018. The average rate of €123 for a standard double room per night was 15% higher than 2017.

Beijing saw the second highest increase, with the average price up 12% to €85 from €76.
Rio de Janeiro saw the steepest decline in hotel prices, with the average rate dropping 17% to €67 per night.

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