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UK hotel prices below average in June
In comparison to May, hotel prices in Europe have decreased on average by seven percent. The tHPI (trivago Hotel Price Index) which is published monthly by the hotel price comparison trivago.co.uk shows that an overnight stay in a standard double room costs on average 100 pounds in European cities this June. Hotel prices in the United Kingdom are seven percent below the European average at 93 pounds.
London, June 5th 2009. Despite the start of the holiday season Brits can still find good deals close to home in England. The price of a standard double room in Manchester has decreased by 22 percent to 78 pounds, compared with 143 pounds in June 2008. Hotel prices are also more favourable in Blackpool; the price for a double room has decreased by 19 percent from May to June (60 pounds). The most expensive cities in England are London (131 pounds), Oxford (111 pounds) and Newcastle (104 pounds), the cheapest cities in England that offer affordable alternative weekend breaks are Coventry (71 pounds), Sheffield (70 pounds) and Blackpool (60 pounds).
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