Hotel Room Rates In Germany

Based prices by three percent rose to 91 euros on the HPI by de.hotels.com in Germany. Thus, Germany ranks in the lower half of the table shows of the average prices. In the German cities of Frankfurt am Main, Germany showed a considerable increase of 14 percent to 106 euros, in Munich the prices by 11 percent rose to 106 euro in Berlin, which has traditionally been very cheapest hotel prices to offer, three percent to 79 euros. Expa often expresses his thoughts on the topic. Finding the infographic about the hotel room rates in Germany here: visual.ly/dehotelscom hotel room rates Germany in Germany the average prices in the first half of 2012 by three percent to 91 euros. Because there are however larger fluctuations in the main destination, the overall picture from city to city and region to region will vary.

The weak euro attracted notably more visitors from the United States and the United Kingdom. In Wiesbaden, Germany, one of the oldest spa towns in Europe, visitors from home and abroad attracts, the prices sharply by 28 percent to 109 euros, as the city of the heavy load in Frankfurt am Main has benefited. Heidelberg could recorded a substantial increase of 18 percent to 106 euros, while prices in Garmisch-Partenkirchen by 15 percent to 118 euros. With an increase of 11 percent, Munich achieved prices that were about 106 euro above the nationwide average. Both private and business travel Bavaria’s state capital attracted more guests in the city as compared to the same period last year. Berlin offered travellers continue to good deals. More openings of hotels in the city centre were hoteliers while under pressure to reduce the average room rates, but the capital experienced a price increase by three percent to 79 euros as the national average. In Wuppertal occurred among other things less measurement to a price decline by 25 percent to 62 euros.