The average cost of a hotel room in the UK rose just two per cent between 2009 and 2010 to £83 a night fuelling the number of staycation breaks, according to the Hotels.com Hotel Price Index. The percentage increase – below the inflation rate – meant visitors to British hotels paid only £2 more per night than the previous year.
Hotels.com, the world’s leading online hotel booking website, has today launched Facebook comments functionality on its UK and US websites.
Hotels.com UK has announced that hotel prices in the UK fell by 13% last year
New research from leading accommodation site Hotels.com has revealed that as 2009 came to a close, Britain had 5.2 million days of annual leave left untaken.
Hotels.com, the leading accommodation site, has encouraged travellers to shop around when booking their Christmas city breaks to secure a top end hotel for a mid end price.
Hotels.com revealed the results of a new survey which shows that, in the course of a generation, the number of countries visited by an Irish under-16 year old has doubled. The survey was conducted by Hotels.com through Rollercoaster.ie, Ireland’s leading website for parents.
According to the latest hotels.com Hotel Price Index (HP), Wyoming was among the states with most expensive hotel rates in the first half of 2009. In addition to ski tourism helping to maintain higher averages room rate across the state, prices in the capital of Cheyenne also led to a higher average rate for Wyoming as the city bucked national trends with a five per cent increase in room rates.
New Hotels.com research* has uncovered that the lucky-in-love Irish consider a romantic fling an essential part of the perfect holiday with 57% admitting they have fallen for the charms of another whilst in a foreign land.
According to the latest hotels.com Hotel Price Index (HPI), New York City hotel rates dropped 30% in the first half of 2009 compared to the same period in 2008.