Tariff war makes stay at branded hotels cheaper


Blame it on rate wars and poor international tourist arrivals, but staying in a branded hotel in India just got cheaper.

Indeed, tariffs across all categories of star hotels have come down this year, according to a new report. An average night at a five-star deluxe hotel costs Rs 8,774 this year (-2.3% lower than in 2012-2013).

While a five-star hotel costs Rs 5,635 (-4.2%), the four-star segment costs Rs 4,417 per night (-5.8%), and the three-star category would set you back by Rs 3,119 per night (-4.1%).

Read more at Economic Times


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