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Moscow hotels remains world’s most expensive

Hotels in Moscow have been revealed as the world’s most expensive for a fifth consecutive year. According to the survey by the Hogg Robinson Group, average room rates in the Russian capital were $420 a night, down by $60 on 2008, However they were still more than $70 dearer than the second most expensive destination, […]

Feb 08, 2010 | By Anakin

Hotels in Moscow have been revealed as the world’s most expensive for a fifth consecutive year.

According to the survey by the Hogg Robinson Group, average room rates in the Russian capital were $420 a night, down by $60 on 2008,

However they were still more than $70 dearer than the second most expensive destination, Abu Dhabi, which averaged $350 per room.

In New York, the third most expensive city on the list, rates fell by 23 per cent (from $414.52 to $318.98).

Paris placed fourth on the list ahead of Manama (Bahrain), Milan and Copenhagen with Athens rounding out the top ten.

The survey discovered that average room rates across the globe were almost all down as hotel groups offered a range of discount deals to try and entice penny-conscious consumers in the recession.

Source: Telegraph


 
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