Europe’s most expensive hotels revealed
The most expensive hotel in Europe is located in Greece, according to a survey conducted by Luxury-Hotels.com. In determining the rankings, the survey compared luxury hotels based on their cheapest available rate for a double room during the months of July and August 2016. The survey excluded properties with fewer than 15 rooms.
The Amanzo’e, located in Southern Greece’s Peloponnese region, leads the rankings with a minimum rate of Euro 1,779 over the summer. Second most expensive is the Le Dune hotel in the South of Sardinia (Euro 1,645). The Cap Estal on the French Riviera completes the top three at a rate of Euro 1,596 for its least expensive room.
Greece’s second most expensive hotel is located on the island of Santorini. At a minimum rate of Euro 1,400, the Canaves Oia Suites rank fifth most expensive overall. All remaining hotels in the Top 10 are based in Italy.
The following table shows the 10 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.
1. Amanzo’e (Kranidi, Greece) Euro 1,779
2. Le Dune (Cagliari, Italy) Euro 1,645
3. Cap Estel (Eze, France) Euro 1,596
4. Le Sirenuse (Positano, Italy) Euro 1,401
5. Canaves Oia Suites (Santorini, Greece) Euro 1,400
6. Principe Forte Dei Marmi (Lucca, Italy) Euro 1,345
7. Capri Palace Hotel & Spa (Capri, Italy) Euro 1,342
8. Hotel Pitrizza Euro (Porto Cervo, Italy) 1,340
9. Hotel Punta Tragara (Capri, Italy) Euro 1,300
10. Borgo Santo Pietro (Siena, Italy) Euro 1,250
For the full rankings of the survey and for more information about its methodology, visit http://www.luxury-hotels.com/press/europe2016.html