Bath hotel room prices go up
The cost of a hotel room in Bath has gone up.
The average price for a hotel room in Bath increased by one per cent to £113 per night in 2012 compared to the previous year.
The price hike was revealed in a survey by the website Hotels.com
The website’s Hotel Price Index (HPI) looked at prices actually paid by guests at hotels around the world compared with the year before.
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Kate Hopcraft, from Hotels.com, said Bath's popularity as a tourist destination meant that it was able to avoid price drops that affected the majority of cities in 2012.
She said: "Consumers will be pleased to see hotel prices in Bath remaining pretty consistent, even throughout Britain's wettest year on record. Although prices for rooms in Bath are above the national average, visitors to the city can expect great value for money during their stay by embracing all that Bath has to offer."
The HPI revealed the majority of locations experienced a price freeze or drop during 2012 with Jersey and St Andrews experiencing the biggest price drop of 12 per cent.
Other locations where the cost of a hotel room went up were Belfast, which was up ten per cent and Southampton, which went up seven per cent.