Based on the 23 most popular European countries on trivago, hotel prices have decreased by an average of 7% year-on-year. One night this month will cost an average of £82, compared to £88 during February 2013. Most notable is Poland, down 57% from the most expensive month (June 2012), when one night cost an average of £106. One night in Poland this month will cost just £46 on average.
Also showing large percentage decreases are Cyprus (down 52% from £128 per night during August 2011) and Turkey (down 51% from £143 during May 2013). One night in Cyprus will cost an average of £61 this month and one night in Turkey £70. When looking at individual cities, Rome, Vienna and Istanbul are displaying the cheapest hotel prices since January 2011. One night during February will cost on average of just £79 in Rome (compared to £158 during May 2011), £83 in Vienna (compared to £125 in May 2011) and £71 in Istanbul (compared to £159 in May 2013).
Source: Hospitality Net