Egyptian hotel prices drop

Egypt: According to hotel comparison website, hotel prices have dropped in some Egyptian destinations, following protests and unrest throughout the country since June 28, Travel Daily News has reported. Hotel prices in Alexandria and Cairo, where violent demonstrations were held, have decreased by 18% and 13% year-on-year, respectively. One night in July will cost an average of £85 in Alexandria and £71 in Cairo, compared with £104 and £82, respectively, this time last year. []

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