Hotel prices in Spain will have risen by the end of June by some 10% to an average of 112 euros (for a one-night stay), according to the latest findings from the Trivago website’s hotel price index. The greatest increases, the survey indicates, will have been in Madrid, Castile-La Mancha and Extremadura (these are increases through comparison with June last year). Though these regions are experiencing the sharpest rises, they are behind the average prices of the two regions which have the highest average hotel prices of all - Catalonia with 137 euros per night and the Balearics with 157 euros. The lowest prices - 70 euros - are to be found in Asturias and Murcia.  All regions of Spain are experiencing hotel price rises, with Madrid’s at 21% compared to June last year. In comparison with May, however, the price rises are relatively low - Extremadura, Valencia and the Basque Country will all show the highest, which is 6% - with the exception of the Balearics where prices will have shot up by 25%.


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