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European hotels cut prices


Prices for hotels in the popular tourist countries of Europe-Italy, France, Poland, Turkey, Portugal and Cyprus fell to a record low level in January 2011.

As the portal tHPI, which compiled and analyzed the statistics, prices for accommodation in hotels, on average, fell by 7-8%.

According to these statistics, the average price of accommodation in hotels of Europe today is about 137$, while in February 2013 the figure was closer to 147$.

The most noticeable drop show prices on hotels in Poland – to rent a hotel room, which in June 2012 was about 177$ per day in February 2014 for just 77$. A similar situation in hotels in Cyprus – the price dropped from 214$ to 102$, and Turkey – from 239 to 117.e.

If you are looking for which city to rent a cheap room, be sure to pay attention to the hotels of Istanbul, Vienna and Rome – hotels in these cities demonstrate just record a decline in prices for accommodation and you can easily find hotels, where prices fell by more than 50%.

Hotels in Istanbul rent a room this month is only 115$ (earlier, the price reached the level of 256$). Night in a Roman hotel will cost you 132$ (up to 257$), and in Vienna – only about 138$ (up to 209$ in may 2011). In addition, book hotel in Bulgaria, France, Norway and Sweden today it is possible for 77$, 167$, 205$ 217 and$, respectively.

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Date of publication: 14.02.2014

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