Travellers from the United States spend the most on international hotel accommodation revealed the latest Hotels.com Hotel Price Index (HPI).
According to the index, in the second quarter of 2010, Americans spent an average of USD169 on a hotel room per night when travelling overseas, while Russian and Japanese tourists spent USD165.
Domestically, Americans paid an average of USD119 on a night’s hotel accommodation, ranking fourteenth out of the 21 countries analysed by the index.
Mexicans ranked sixteenth when it came to domestic spend, but spent the least on international hotel accommodation, paying an average USD128 on a night’s hotel accommodation.Norwegians were the biggest domestic spenders, while Indians spent the least on a hotel room domestically.
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: G.A