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New York City hotel rates drop 30% according to

29 September 2009 Press Release Hotel News

According to the latest Hotel Price Index(TM) (HPI(TM)), New York City hotel rates dropped 30 percent in the first half of 2009 compared to the same period in 2008, which tied with Las Vegas as the greatest price fall among major U.S. cities. Despite this drop in rates, New York still had the most expensive hotel prices in the U.S. and seventh most expensive globally. Washington, D.C. and Boston had the second and third highest rates respectively despite D.C. prices falling 11 percent and Boston down 16 percent. reports 17 per cent drop in US hotels prices

25 September 2009 Press Release Hotel News

According to the recently released Hotel Price Index (HPI), the average price of a hotel room in the U.S fell 17 percent in the first six months of 2009 compared to the same period in 2008. Room rates in the U.S now cost, on average, $115 a night, down from $139 the year before. reports Brits looking beyond the Eurozone as Pound plummets

24 September 2009 Press Release Hotel News has revealed that the plummeting pound has prompted a rush amongst British travellers to look for a getaway beyond the major Eurozone destinations. With the Euro almost at parity with the pound, the cost of a holiday in many continental cities has spiralled for Brits heading abroad.

Hotel rates drop worldwide

Hotel rates drop worldwide

15 September 2009 Hotel News

Hotel prices around the world fell by 17% to their lowest level for five years in the first half of the year, according to a survey by The biggest drops were recorded in some of the most popular European cities for short breaks, with Barcelona the worst performing – down by 14% year-on-year to £92 on average. encourages Brits to keep travelling

18 June 2009 Press Release Travel Technology News has announced the launch of a new competition to encourage Britons to take a break, however short. The contest comes on the back of research that showed a 46%* increase in UK holidaymakers searching for single night holidays or ‘nanobreaks’ over the past year. reports Brits expected to stick to British beaches this year

13 May 2009 Press Release Airline News

According to leading hotel booking website,, British travellers are going barmy for the UK’s seaside destinations this year. The announcement comes following the site reporting that it has seen the number of searches for many of the country’s traditional seaside resorts more than double in recent months - showing that British travellers are eager to holiday at home this year.