Copenhagen has Europe’s priciest hotels

Danish capital beats Venice, Amsterdam and Milan
Copenhagen beats every city in Europe, including Venice, Amsterdam and Milan, when it comes to the cost of its hotel rooms, a new survey by room-compare site Cheaprooms.co.uk.
The survey looks at the average price of the most affordable available double room (3-star minimum) between September 1 and 30 this year. In Copenhagen, that is €189 (DKK 1,406).
“Copenhagen is already known as an expensive city, and its position at the top of these latest rankings will come as little surprise,” Cheaprooms.co.uk writes.
Also of little surprise is the fact that Reykjavik now places as high as 6th (€156), while Stockholm is 11th (€147), Oslo places 15th (€124) and Helsinki is 20th (€104).
Second in the table after the Danish capital is Amsterdam (€175), followed by Munich (€173), Milan (€172) and Venice (€168). London is down in 17th (€118). At the bottom end are Budapest, Athens and Istanbul. The whole list can be seen here.
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