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Yahoo! has published a list of the ten most expensive hotels in Europe based on the results of a survey conducted by Luxury-Hotels.com. The list is based on European properties' lowest available rates for a double room during the months of July and August 2016, also known as super peak season, excluding properties with fewer than fifteen rooms. Here is part of said list with the corresponding average nightly rate in EUR:
1. Amanzo'e (Kranidi, Greece) 1,779€
2. Le Dune (Cagliari, Italy) 1,645€
3. Cap Estel (Eze, France) 1,596€
4. Le Sirenuse (Positano, Italy) 1,401€
5. Canaves Oia Suites (Santorini, Greece) 1,400€
I always find this type of list fascinating as it gives you a chance to analyze whether the most expensive hotel properties are actually “the best.” In this case, the results seem to point to that direction. Amanzo'e, Le Dune (not to be confused with numerous other properties with similar names), Cap Estel and Canaves Oia Suites all look extraordinary, as does Le Sirenuse, the only of the Top 5 properties I was familiar with having recommended it and booked it for numerous clients.
Other interesting facts about the ten most expensive hotels in Europe per the Yahoo! list:
- Seven of the ten properties are located in Italy.
- Two are located in Greece, including Amanzo'e, the most expensive.
- The only other country represented on the list is France with Cap Estel.
- Most are boutique-style.
- In case you are wondering, none can be booked with points.
- Most of these properties have coastal locations.
- They all look like perfect honeymoon hotel options.
What a hotel is worth is truly in the eye of the beholder. Have you stayed at any of these properties? If so, what was the experience like?
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