Balearic hotel rates are the highest in Spain this month, according to the latest market research report by Trivago.es.
The average nightly room rate is currently 133 euros, 20 percent more than in March last year.
The Balearics is closely followed by the Canaries, one of Europe’s most popular winter sun destinations, where average room rates are 132 euros,  in Catalonia average room rates are 125 euros per night while Asturias, Murcia and Castilla y Leon are the regions with the lowest room rates of  63, 64 and 65 euros per night respectively.
However, while the Balearics may be the most expensive region, Palma is not the most expensive city to stay in.
That crown goes to Barcelona where average nightly room rates are 139 euros, but Palma does have the second most expensive hotels with average room rates  of around 120 euros, higher that 106 euros in Madrid.
The national average for city hotels is 103 euros.
In  fact, Barcelona is where hotel rates have risen the sharpest this year by 45 percent  followed by Seville where rates have risen b y 23 percent.
In Santa Cruz de Tenerife, rates have fallen by 21 percent this month and Cadiz, they have been reduced by 18 percent.

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