Prices for lodging went up ten per cent between February and March. | Sergio G. Canizares
According to the latest Consumer Price Index (CPI), prices of hotels, hostels and similar in Spain have risen 32% in the past year. Between February and March, these prices went up 9.9%, which contrasts with a general three per cent increase. The CPI was 9.8% in March, the highest it has been since May 1985.
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So the hotels can raise their prices by 32% and they think this won't deter tourists, but they tell us that the few Euros the government asks for the tourist tax will! You couldn't make it up!