Study Cheap Hotel Cities

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Trend: business travel destinations, trade fair locations and popular cities of partly much cheaper prices in Germany relatively stable Berlin, 03 June 2009 the economic crisis before any industry does. So curl also hotel companies in the world with discounts. Where are these most reflected the Web portal has identified worldwide Citysam.de in a representative study on hotel prices. Moscow has the strongest fall in prices overnight with 42 percent, followed by Las Vegas with 41 percent, and London with 39 percent. Also the remote destination Bangkok invites with a price decline of 24 percent to stay competitive. Hotel prices in April 2009 were evaluated by over 60,000 hotels as compared to the same period last year. The hotel prices in the German cities are affected according to viewing by Citysam.de relatively little from the economic crisis. From the German cities, Dusseldorf has recorded the strongest slump with 27 percent.

In Hamburg, average room rates are only dropped by two percent to 103 euros in Berlin to five percent to 87 euros and in Munich by seven per cent to 106 euro per double room per night. Prices by an average four percent have risen in Heidelberg. \”We see a trend that especially business travel destinations have become cheaper. Include above all the great fair cities like Las Vegas, London, Vancouver, and others rely heavily on international business focused cities\”, as Thomas Horn, CEO and founder of Citysam AG. Particularly, cities are affected, where the hotels because of high demand were previously very expensive. This applies for example to London, Moscow or New York. \”There were during the boom here some price exaggerations which are added back on normal in a recession\”, Horn explains. For all those who are currently planning a trip, these trends are an advantage. So benefit Canada lovers of 38 percent of lower total prices and come in Vancouver at an average 85 euros per Double room per night fully at their own expense.