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Dutch hotels are the most expensive in eurozone

Tuesday 13 March 2012

The Netherlands has the most expensive hotels in the eurozone and is 27th in the world ranking, according to the hotel price index published on Tuesday by booking site Hotels.com.

The average price of a hotel room in the Netherlands is €108, with Amsterdam, where prices rose 7% in 2011, well above the average at €124.

However, prices in The Hague and Utrecht dropped. In The Hague the decrease was 2% to €103 and in Utrecht 9% to €96.

The world's most expensive hotels are in Oman where prices rose 24% to €247. The cheapest rooms at €44 a night are in the Cambodian capital Phnom-Penh.

© DutchNews.nl

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