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Ireland has some of the cheapest hotels in Europe with the average price for a room now as low as €79 a night, an internet survey revealed today. The country is now the fourth-cheapest in the eurozone with only the Czech Republic at €76, Poland €74 and Hungary €70, offering better rates.

The country is now the fourth-cheapest in the eurozone with only the Czech Republic at €76, Poland €74 and Hungary €70, offering better rates.

Online booking site Hotels.com revealed Kilkenny was the dearest city in Ireland for an overnight stay -- taking the crown traditionally held by Killarney.

In Dublin, room prices were down 7pc to €73, making it one of the best-value city destinations in the world.

Overall hotel rates in the country were down 4pc, compared to the fall of 21pc recorded in last year's survey.


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