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Hotel prices in Athlone fall 14 per cent to an average of €95

Hotel prices in Athlone and the surrounding area fell by 14 per cent in 2011 according to the latest Hotels.com Hotel Price Index.

Athlone is the third most expensive destination in Ireland

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Hotel prices in Athlone fell 17 per cent in the first six months of the year according to the Hotels.com Hotel Price Index. Despite experiencing the steepest price fall in the country, Athlone was still ranked as Ireland’s third most expensive destination with room rates averaging at €97 per night, after Wexford and Kilkenny where room rates are €104.

Galway remains expensive

Despite a drop of three per cent in the first six months of this year, Galway is still one of the most expensive destinations for hotels in Ireland.

Mayo, the only region in Ireland where hotel prices increased last year

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Hotel prices in Mayo increased three per cent in 2010 according to the latest Hotels.com Hotel Price Index (HPI). The average price for a hotel room in Mayo in 2010 was €81 per night compared to €78 in 2009. This increase makes Mayo the only place in Ireland to see its room rates go up in 2010.

Kilkenny ranked most expensive city to stay

Although room rates are dropping, Kilkenny has emerged as the most expensive city in the country to stay.

The best of the west...but also the most expensive

Trips to the west could be a thing of the past as a new survey reveals that Galway city is the most expensive place to stay in Ireland.

Irish retain title as biggest spenders in Europe on hotel stays

The Irish have topped the list as Europe’s biggest spenders on hotels when they leave their own country, according to the latest figures for Q4 2008 released in the Hotels.com Hotel Price Index (HPI). The HPI is a survey of hotel prices in major city destinations across the world based on bookings made on Hotels.com.

 

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