Hotel room prices have dropped in almost all European cities according to the trivago Hotel Price Index.
Berlin was the city in Europe with the sharpest month-on-month average hotel price decrease, dropping 23 percent to €96 (NZD$162) per night.
Worldwide, Vancouver recorded the most significant decrease of all the 50 cities listed on the tHPI, falling 29 percent to €132 (NZD$222).
Across the index, Madrid was the only European city to increase for a standard double room in October, rising 6 percent to €110 (NZD$185).
Year-on-year, Lima had the lowest average hotel price, going for €45 (NZD$76) per night, 12 percent lower than it was October last year. Moscow also reach a yearly low at €55 (NZD$93) per night, an 18 percent drop.
The highest increases compared to September were in Dubai which rose 30 percent to €172 (NZD$290), Marrakesh which had year-on-year and month-on-month growth of 19 percent, and Hong Kong which rose 15 percent from last month, making its average €141 (NZD$238) per night.