Hotels

The cheapest and most expensive hotels for Aussie travellers

If you’re thinking about heading overseas anytime soon, you’re going to want to look at this.

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Hotels.com’s latest Hotel Price Index (HPI) has ranked the highest and lowest hotel prices for overseas destinations, based on how much dosh Aussie travellers spent.

So whether you’re super broke or feel like you want to splash your cash, these lists have got you covered.

Here are the three location where Aussies paid the least amount of money for hotels:

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1. Kathu, Thailand. 

Average price paid in 2017: $55

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2. Pattaya, Thailand

Average price: $66

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3. Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Average price: $72

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Here’s the rest of their top ten cheapest hotels:

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And here are the top three locations where Aussies spent the most, feast your eyes:

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1. Lahaina, US

Average price $418

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2. Mykonos, Greece 

Average price $387

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3. Santorini, Greece

Average price: $358

Romantic travel destination Oia village, Santorini island, Greece

And here’s the rest of the list for most expencive:

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