Hotel prices paid by travellers worldwide rose by 3% during 2014, as the global economy improved, according to the latest Hotels.com™ Hotel Price IndexTM (HPI®)
Hotel prices paid by travellers worldwide rise by four percent in the first six months of 2014, according to the latest Hotels.com™ Hotel Price IndexTM (HPI®)
Hotels.com study highlights changing tastes of Chinese travellers as dependence on technology and preference for independent travel grows, while France outpaces UK and Germany as the ‘most welcoming’ European destination for international Chinese travellers
Geneva revealed to be the most expensive city for a Club Sandwich for the second year running.
Результаты глобального исследования, проведенного Hotels.com среди представителей отелей по всему миру, подтверждают то, что Россия занимает пятое место в мире по затратам на путешествия
Global study of hoteliers underlines Russia’s status as the world’s fifth biggest travel market
Taiwan is the cheapest destination to buy Christmas gifts this year, while Brazil is the most expensive
Global travellers vote London taxis as top cabbies in the world
Hotel bookings via mobile have shot up across the south as people are left stranded and in need of a place to stay as a result of St Jude’s Storm. Coastal bookings have seen the most dramatic increase with bookings made via Hotels.com’s mobile app in Dover up by a whopping 117% and in Newquay by 78%.
Hotel prices increase by two per cent through first half of 2013, now approaching the same level as before the financial crisis, according to the latest Hotels.com Hotel Price Index