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Hotel Price Index (January, 2019)

25-Feb-2019

In January 2019, in Georgia the hotel price index decreased by 3.9% compared to December 2018. Among ten regions of Georgia and Tbilisi, in January 2019, compared to December 2018, the hotel prices increased only in Racha (1.3%). In Tbilisi, hotel prices decreased by 4.2%. In January 2019, compared to January 2018, in Georgia the hotel price index increased by 2.6%. The daily rates for standard double hotel rooms increased the most in Adjara (19.2%) and Samtskhe-Javakheti (6.2%).

It has to be noted, that the majority of the trips of international visitors, in 2018, were made in Tbilisi and Batumi. In January 2019, compared to January 2018, in Tbilisi the hotel price index decreased by 4.6%, the prices of 3-star, 4-star and 5-star hotels decreased by 4.8%, while the prices of guesthouses decreased by 3.8%. For Batumi, in January 2019, compared to January 2018, the hotel prices increased by 23%, the prices of 3-star, 4-star and 5-star hotels increased by 34%, while the prices of guesthouses increased by 0.3%.

 

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