Dublin prices up 23pc in Trivago index

  • Dublin prices up 23pc on June 2016
  • Now one of the Europe’s more expensive cities
  • Prices up 9pc across Ireland
  • Belfast decline is due to currency fluctuation

Microsoft Word - Trivago May 2016.rtfDublin has seen average hotel prices rise 23pc since June 2015, according to the monthly index from Trivago.

The room rate on Trivago’s prcie index is €183, lifting it to one fo the ten most expensive cities in Europe with prices on the level of European cities such as Milan and Stockholm.

Killarney prices are up 20pc, and, from a smaller volume, Athlone prices are up 24pc and Donegal up 23pc..

Trivago lists 32 hotels in Athlone and 38 in Donegal compared with 193 in Killarney and 404 in Dublin.

Denise Bartlett of Trivago

Denise Bartlett of Trivago

Prices in Belfast declined by 12pc, largely due to currency fluctuations, to an average of €144.

Kilkenny and Wexxford have the cheapest hotel room prices in Ireland witht an average of €96.

The Irish Hotels Federation says Trivago accounts for 5pc of room sales in Irish hotels.

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