Cheap Hotels in Spain Help Holiday Budgets Go Further, Says

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Holidaymakers who want to make their budgets go further this autumn can head to Spain and its islands where cheap hotels are helping to free up extra holiday cash, according to world-wide hotels specialist

London, UK (PRWeb UK) October 2, 2009 -- Holidaymakers seeking to make their budgets go further this autumn can head to popular destinations such as Spain and its islands, according to world-wide hotels specialist The wide range of cheap hotels on offer at the moment is allowing travellers to enjoy affordable accommodation while freeing up extra cash to spend on the many other attractions available.

Spain remains an enduring favourite holiday destination for Brits thanks to its climate, location and versatility. It not only offers activities and facilities for all types of holidaymaker, but has a range of accommodation to suit all purse-strings and holiday types as well. Both mainland and island hot spots have a multitude of attractions, from the buzzing resorts of the Spanish Costas to the many picturesque views on Tenerife and magical Majorca getaways. Now, an abundance of hotel deals makes these destinations even more accessible than before.

Steven Moore, Head of eCommerce at, comments: "When it comes to hotels in Spain, there are some excellent deals on offer, both on the mainland and in Spain's autonomous communities such as the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands. Tenerife is a particularly popular choice right now with hotel rooms starting from £8 per person per night*. Meanwhile an all inclusive hotel in Majorca can be found for under £20 per person per night this autumn*."

On the Spanish mainland, there are additional deals to be had. Spain was revealed as a good choice for day to day affordability when it reached number seven in the Thomas Cook Holiday Cost of Living survey in April this year. The average price of a three course meal was just £11.50 on the mainland -- nearly half the cost of a meal in the UK, which came to £22.15. Prices for accommodation on the Costa del Sol can be found for as little as £7 per person per night this autumn*.

Steven continues: "For a long time now, visitors to Spain have been attracted by its 'something for everyone' appeal. The climate, scenery, cuisine and range of activities allow the country to cater for many types of traveller. With so many great deals on accommodation at the moment holidaymakers can stretch their pounds that bit further this autumn helping them to enjoy their experience to the fullest."

For more information about the latest deals on hotels in Spain, visit
*Prices based on two people sharing for seven nights

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