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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 UK travellers with £100 a night or less on average in 30 popular destinations in 2017

5 Stars
Travellers in the UK looking for a 5-star accommodation for under £100 would have found 5 destinations among their Top 100 to choose from. They could have stayed home in Bournemouth, stayed in Europe and gone to Istanbul or headed to Asia where the other 3 were located, including holiday favourite Pattaya in Thailand.



4 Stars
There was much more choice for 4-star accommodation for under £100; 34 destinations, in fact. In the UK, travellers could have visited Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds and Newcastle, while internationally speaking, destinations were mainly in Europe and Asia. Notable places included Athens, Berlin, Marrakech, Shanghai, Berlin and Abu Dhabi.


3 Stars
With 42 destinations around the world, this was the most popular category. British destinations included Bristol, Edinburgh, Liverpool, London and Manchester, while Bruges, Paris, Disneyland Paris and Rome represented European places to visit. For those wishing to travel further afield would have found Sydney and Cape Town as options to stay in moderate accommodation for under £100 too. Some Asian destinations offered 3-star nights for under £30 – Siem Reap (£18) and Pattaya £23) were amazing values.

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2 Stars
Popular North American bucket-list destinations such as Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Vancouver and Washington presented 2-star accommodation for under £100. There were also 7 European destinations, including Barcelona, Dublin, Copenhagen and Zurich where a budget of £100/night could snag 2-star budget accommodation.

1 Star
UK looking to stay in Amsterdam, Boston, Geneva and San Francisco for £100 or less per night could only afford 1-star accommodation on average.

The star rating that was purchased by UK travellers with £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.

Checking out guest reviews is another way of judging the standard of a hotel. Hotels.com has more than 25 million verified guest reviews from people who have actually stayed in the hotels and their opinions can really help you make up your mind as to whether you have found the best fit to have the most rewarding travel experience possible.

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