In the comparison made between 25 July and 7 August 2022 compared to the same period in 2019, it is noted that it was in Greece where prices rose the most.

In the case of 3 star hotels, Mabrian indicates a stagnation of prices in Portugal (0 percent), with Egypt being the Mediterranean destination with the highest increase (+25 percent), followed by Greece (+19.2 percent) and Tunisia (+10.8 percent).

France is the only Mediterranean destination where the prices of 3 star hotels dropped (-12 percent) in the period analysed by the consultant.

In terms of 4 star hotels, Portugal shows an increase of 10.4 percent compared to the period under analysis that compares the years 2022 and 2019. The champion of the price increase is once again Greece (+62.7 percent), followed by Egypt (+40.9 percent) and Tunisia (-28.3 percent). But there are destinations where the price has dropped, such as France and Italy, with drops of 11.3 percent and 5.3 percent, respectively.

Finally, in 5 star hotels, the price increase registered in Portugal is higher than the 4 star hotels, since the price rise is 18.3 percent compared to the same period in 2019. The leader in this luxury sector is once again Greece, up 110 percent, followed again by Egypt (+48.3 percent) and Tunisia (+26.6 percent).

In terms of declines, only Turkey shows a decrease in prices (-9.9%) in 5* hotels.