Killarney is the most expensive destination for overnight guests according to Hotels.com. According to the website’s Hotel Price Index visitors to Killarney pay €111 on average per night. Limerick’s the cheapest at €74 a night, while the average price per night in Ireland is now €101. Cork, Galway, Kilkenny, and Sligo all saw prices recover in the first half of the year, while prices in Dublin rose 15% to an average of €107 a night. Hotels.com says the continuing rise in prices is down to increased visitor numbers, additional air routes and events based tourism.
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