Spain sees rise in hotel prices as luxury tourism drives demand – £2,900 per night

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The hotel group, Meliá, owns luxury hotels in the popular hotspots of Marbella and in the Balearic Islands.

Alfonso del Poyo, vice-president of Meliá in Spain, said: “It’s been a very good summer, with double-digit growth of room rates at luxury hotels.”

Natalia Seoane, director general of Hotel de Mar Gran Meliá, added: “In Palma, the luxury sector has been a success.

“Although occupancy rates have not been as high as other years,we’ve managed to offset that with higher average room prices that were 25 percent more expensive than in 2019 due to the extremely high demand for our top rooms and suites.”

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