Falling Temperatures, Increasing Prices? The hotel.info Price Barometer for November 2010 Shows Where Prices are Both Favourable and Unfavourable at the Moment

By Hotel.info, PRNE
Wednesday, December 8, 2010

LONDON, December 9, 2010 - 2010 is drawing to a close but travel and travel planning
still continue at the same level regardless of the temperatures at this time
of the year. Whilst some are actually travelling on business the others may
be making a spontaneous decision to take a short winter break or are already
planning their hotel needs for next year.

But which cities currently have high hotel prices and which
others still offer affordable rates? hotel.info, the free online hotel
reservation service with more than 210,000 hotels worldwide, has once more
cast its eye on hotel rates at the end of the year.

    The latest results show that:

    - Major international cities are increasing prices considerably at more
      than 7%
    - New York City has the highest price level compared
      internationally with Prague and Bangkok which have attractively low
      overnight rates
    - London is amongst the five most expensive very large cities

The results of the hotel.info Hotel Price Barometer comparing
major cities internationally (prices in Euros)

New York is the most expensive hotel city - this is shown by
the hotel room rate comparison made by hotel.info amongst the major
international cities. More than 200 Euros per night has to be paid by hotel
guests in the "Big Apple". There is no challenger to New York for the first
place in the listing. Hotel room rates are also increasing in Moscow.

The press release in full and further information can be found on the
websites www.hotel.info/Press.aspx?mode=article&lng=EN&item=904 and

    Press contact
    Ms. Warini Munshi
    hotel.info hotel booking Ltd.
    Longcroft House
    2-8 Victoria Avenue
    London, EC2M 4NS
    Great Britain

    Fax:  +44-20-8043-1108


Press contact: Ms. Warini Munshi, hotel.info hotel booking Ltd., Longcroft House, 2-8 Victoria Avenue, London, EC2M 4NS, Great Britain, Phone:+44-20-3206-1434, Fax: +44-20-8043-1108

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