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December 30, 2010 Travel Expert 5 Comments

And for the last news of the year, we have the final agreement on the tax rates starting on the 1st January, 2011.

Here they are.

4 and 5 Star Hotels: – Tax will be 3 Euro per person per night (pppn)
1, 2 and 3 Star Hotes: – Tax will be 2 Euro pppn
B&B’s, Apartments etc: – Tax will be 2 Euro pppn.
Hostels: – no tax.

The tax rate only applies to the first 10 nights of the stay, which covers 99.99% of visitors but at least doesn’t frighten the longer term options away.

Source: Venere.com

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    Interesting. I wondered how this was going to work or how the money was going to be collected. I wonder if the visitor is going to be aware that he/she is being charged for this or if the cost is going to be dispersed in the total hotel bill.

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      I am not in the hotel business but it is my understanding it must be charged/identified separately… Not only, MUST be paid in cash – but I still haven’t talked to any hoteliers about it.

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    I’m sure the hotel would make you aware for this, or else the customers would go ballistic over this.

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