The Value for Money Index: London has not Achieved Top Ranking Either Nationally or Internationally

Monday, February 21, 2011

LONDON, February 22, 2011 - In which city do hotel guests receive the most, and in which the least,
value for their money? During the first quarter of 2011 [ ], the free online hotel reservation service with more
than 210,000 hotels worldwide, analysed the evaluations of its customers in
respect of value for money.*

For the first time expanded its analysis of value for money to
2 to 5 star hotels in the United Kingdom. This means that frequently booked
business hotels in the budget category are now included in the following
analysis as well as hotels in the mid and upper range (3 to 5 stars) as
previously. Additionally the 5 star segment is once again representing the
luxury end of the market.

    - United Kingdom:
      Belfast clearly in the lead; Edinburgh and Cardiff in the Top 15, in
      front of London

    - Worldwide:
      Tallinn, the Cultural Capital of 2011 is in fourth place; Moscow just
       missed a place in the Top 20 - Top 15 cities in the United Kingdom

The hotels in Belfast gained an evaluation of 7.98 from their
guests and were by far and away the best for value for money in the United
. The capital city and seat of the government of Northern Ireland was
in first place well ahead of Manchester with 7.05 points. The port of Bristol
was in third place with 6.98 points. Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland
scored 6.75 points and was in the middle of the table.

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

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

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