Trivago Rates Madonna di Campiglio As Most Expensive Booked, On Average
Started by J2SkiNews in Ski News 13-Dec-2018
J2SkiNews posted Dec-2018
An analysis of hotel prices offered by leading ski destinations in Europe and North America by price comparison site Trivago has found that, on average, Madonna di Campiglio attracts the highest 'clicked price' – the price at which people actually clicked through from Trivago to the local booking site.
The Italian resort was most expensive of the most popular winter destinations in the studied markets in Europe, with an average clicked price of 677 euros per night for a hotel room.
Ischgl in Austria took second place in Europe with an average clicked price of 583 euros per night, followed by Saalbach Hinterglemm in Austria at 436 euros per night.
In North America, the top ski destination where travellers are willing to spend the most for accommodation this winter is Whistler in Canada, with an average clicked price of 452 euros per night.
Trivago report that the data was generated by travellers searching for hotels from December 1, 2017 through to October 22, 2018 for travel dates between December 1, 2018 and February 28, 2019.
Top destinations were determined by the number of 'click-outs' (when a traveller clicks on a hotel rate on Trivago and is taken to the booking site to complete their reservation) and the share of click-outs this season compared to the rest of the year. Average prices are based on room prices per night clicked on by travellers on Trivago.