European hotels 'competitively priced'
15 October 2009 09:44
Brits looking for the ideal place to take a holiday this year could be interested to learn that hotels in Europe are cutting room rates in a bid to compete against other accommodation establishments.
According to figures published by travel firm trivago, hotels in destinations such as Majorca, Greece, the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands could prove to be cheap for Brits looking for a place to take a holiday.
Savings on the cost of accommodation on a holiday could help Brits pay for comprehensive travel insurance cover for their trip.
Even on a holiday to Europe, medical treatment without travel insurance could prove to be extremely expensive and could see Brits forced to spend their holiday spending money on fees.
Trivago said that for those searching for winter sun, destinations which boast sunny weather in October include Malta and the Canary Islands.
On the islands, Brits can expect to pay an average of £74 for a double room.
Commenting on the findings, managing director of Future Inns Del Brett said: "Looking forward to 2010, hoteliers need to look at ways of adding value to their offerings to maintain occupancy. Affordability and quality need to go hand in hand to attract travellers."
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