Fall Bookings up More Than 40%

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Fall bookings at commercial accommodations in Hungary are up 42% compared to a year earlier, news agency MTI reports, citing analysis by booking site Szallas.hu.

The increased volume of bookings augurs a strong fall season, supported in part by a four-day weekend for the All Saints' Day holiday, Szallas.hu said, while acknowledging the impact on the outlook of uncertainty caused by higher inflation and changes to regulated utility prices.

Destinations with spas are the most popular among holiday-goers, it added.

Room rates average around HUF 11,200 per guest a night, up approximately 10% from a year earlier.

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