Hotel Price Index™

Review of global hotel prices: January - December 2013  The Hotel Price IndexTM (HPI®) is a regular survey of hotel prices in major destinations across the world. The HPI is based on bookings made on and prices shown are those actually paid by customers per room night, rather than advertised rates.   Now in its tenth year, the HPI is respected as the definitive report on hotel prices paid around the world and is increasingly used as a reference tool by the media, hoteliers, financial analysts, investors, tourism bodies and academics.   The HPI tracks the real prices paid per room by customers around the world, using a weighted average based on the number of rooms sold in each of the markets in which operates.   The international scale of, in terms of the number of customers, properties and destinations covered, makes the Hotel Price Index one of the most comprehensive benchmarks available, as it incorporates both chain and independent hotels, as well as options such as self-catering and bed & breakfast properties.   This edition looks at the full year 2013, comparing the results with 2012. More than 150,000 properties around the world made up the sample set of hotels from which prices were taken. To view the full UK HPI report and to download a copy, click the link below: