Hotel prices drop to lowest in two years

By Luke Nicholls

- Last updated on GMT

Related tags: Cent, Europe, European union

One night in the UK will cost an average of £77 - a nine per cent decrease from last month
One night in the UK will cost an average of £77 - a nine per cent decrease from last month
UK hotel prices have plummeted to their lowest level in two years with one night in a standard double room now averaging just £77 - nine per cent lower than last month.

According to the latest trivago Hotel Price Index (tHPI), the most significant decreases in January can be found in Brighton (down 16 per cent to £76-a-night), Edinburgh (down 12 per cent to £85) and Manchester (also 12 per cent lower, to £86-a-night).

London is no exception with average prices falling by 14 per cent to £130-a-night.

Across Europe, hotel prices in January have fluctuated by up to 38 per cent. With the largest decreases found in Dresden (-21 per cent), Vienna (-17 per cent) and Salzburg (-17 per cent). The city with the largest month-on-month increase is Frankfurt, up 38 per cent to £106-a-night.

The tHPI is based on the 50 most popular European cities on trivago’s webiste. For the UK, this research is based on the 20 most popular cities. 

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