martedì 15 aprile 2014

Italy a darling of low-cost travel

Milan, Rome boast some of world's cheapest hotels, study says

(ANSA) - Rome, April 14 - Despite rising hotel costs, Italy is still a darling of low-cost travel. According to a report issued Monday by hotel ratings and booking service HRS, Milan and Rome are ranked 22nd and 25th in a list of most expensive hotels. The average Milan hotel room goes for 108.49 euros per night, up 11% on the year, while the average Rome room costs 87.92 euros, up over 5%. The rates fell well under those in Sydney, where a room goes for 173 euros, and New York, where they go for 152.52 euros. In third and fourth place were Los Angeles and London. As for the most expensive hotels in Italy, Milan is followed by Bolzano's average 107.81 euros and Venice's 102.44 euros, while the best deals are to be found in Naples, where the average room costs 76 euros. 

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