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Hotels.com Hotel Price Index™ 2017
  • Where could I go for €100 or less per night?

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The star rating that was purchased by Finnish travellers with €100 a night or less on average in 30 of the most popular destinations in 2017
Kuala Lumpur

5 Stars

Finnish travellers looking to score a 5-star stay for €100 or less would have found just 4 choices out of their popular destinations list, and they were: Alanya, Istanbul, Kuala Lumpur and Riga.


4 Stars

If they were open to staying in 4-star accommodation though, the choice widened up considerably. For the same budget at that level, there were 29 places in Europe and Asia. Berlin, Budapest, Prague and St Petersburg were some of the European destinations, while Beijing, Koh Samui, Langkawi and Ho Chi Minh City were amongst the favourite Asian places.


3 Stars

Three-star accommodation for €100 or less was mainly found in Europe for Finnish travellers. Five domestic destinations appear on the list, including Helsinki, Lahti and Tampere. Popular European spots included Chania, Malaga and St Julian’s as well as the capital cities of Brussels, Lisbon, Madrid and Vienna. Las Vegas and Orlando represented U.S. cities and for those Finns wishing to go even further afield, they could have chosen Hong Kong, Osaka, Shanghai and Tokyo in Asia with Dubai, Melbourne and Sydney elsewhere.


2 Stars

Barcelona, London, Oslo and Paris were some of the famous names in the 2-star set. Chicago and Miami were options in the U.S. while Kyoto was the only Asian choice here.


1 Star

The sum of €100 or less covered a good selection of European favourites at the 1-star level, including Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Munich, as well as several U.S. choices such as New York and Los Angeles.

The star rating that was purchased by Finnish travellers for €100 a night or less on average in selected cities in 2017

Hotel star ratings explained

There is no universal star rating system. Each country has its own and, in some cases such as the UK, more than one. This means that travellers should be aware of a possible disparity of standards and facilities when booking rooms with the same star ratings in different countries.

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