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A new survey reveals the cheapest and most expensive cities.
The top five cheapest and most expensive travel destinations have been revealed in the latest Hotels.com Hotel Price Index - giving holiday-makers all the price information they need to know before booking their travel this year.
The top five most expensive cities
At the other end of the scale, Riga remained the world’s least expensive city according to the HPI with average hotel prices dropping by 7% to £52 per night. Stag-do favourite Tallinn looked great value for money in second place, while Bangkok, Warsaw and Budapest formed the remainder of the top five cheapest global travel destinations.
The top five cheapest cities
*Average price per room per night July-Sept
here was no doubt which city is 2010’s star striker when it comes to scoring an increase in the price of hotel rooms. Cape Town, a key World Cup hosting venue in South Africa, experienced a hike of 54% between Q2 2009 and the same time in 2010. Average hotel prices in the new economic powerhouse Shanghai also recovered with a rise of 32%. Long haul destinations of Nairobi, Rio de Janeiro and Las Vegas also saw similar average price increases of 31%, 28% and 27% respectively.
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