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Rise in prices for hotel rooms and camps along the Croatian coastline

Written by  May 24, 2018

Hotels and campsites in Croatia have seen better bookings for May this year than last year and also an increase in prices, according to a survey by the consultants HD Consulting. Prices per accommodation object have increased between 4 and 5 percent all down the Adriatic coast.

A study of hotel and camping prices in Croatian regions was conducted in early May by interviews with sales managers in a large number of hotel and tourist companies with a portfolio of hotels and camps in the regions of Istria, Kvarner, Dalmatia and Dubrovnik.

Commenting on the rise in prices for 4 to 5 percent compared to last year in better hotels and camps, Senior Partner from HD Consulting Sanja Cizmar said that this is a consequence of last year's increased demand. She added that the leading tourist companies in hotels and camps had a 10 to 15 percent higher revenue in early May this year than in the same period last year.

Whilst bookings for May were extremely promising the early indicators for June and July look less impressive, however hotel managers are still optimistic that these two summer months will be just as busy as last year.

The Voice of Dubrovnik


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