When it comes to European hotels, nowhere is a stay more expensive this summer than in Greece. That’s the discovery of a recent survey from Luxury-Hotels.com.
The survey used the cheapest available rate for a double room at luxury hotels across the continent in coming up with the rankings. The months of July and August 2016 served as the basis of comparison. Only hotels with 15 rooms or more were considered.
Topping the rankings was the Amanzo’e. Situated in the Peloponnese region of Southern Greece, the Amanzo’e took the top spot on the survey with a minimum summer rate of Euro 1779. Coming in second at Euro 1645 was the Le Dune hotel in the South of Sardinia. Rounding out the Top 3 was the Cap Estal at Euro 1596 for its least expensive room. This luxury hotel’s prime location in the French Riviera earned it the survey’s third spot.
The following table shows the 20 most expensive hotels in Europe this summer. The prices listed indicate the cheapest available rate for a double room during the period spanning July 1 to August 31, 2016.
About the methodology
The survey was conducted in June 2016. For each luxury hotel located in Europe, the cheapest available rate for a double room during the months of July and August was established. Only two- or three-night stays were considered, excluding Sundays and Mondays. Therefore, for stays of four nights or more, more affordable rates may be available.