Sardinia, the Mediterranean island along the western coast of Italy, dominates the Top 10. Indeed, a total of five hotels on the Italian island landed inside the Top 10. Most expensive on the survey is the Le Dune hotel, located on the Sardinian southwestern coast in Santa Margherita di Pula. Summer travelers staying there can anticipate a nightly cost of 2400 euros for the least expensive double room.

The most expensive hotel in the UK is the Le Manoir Aux Quat’Saisons, located a few miles east of Oxford. That takeaway is the finding of a recent survey from the French travel website

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The survey established the 20 most expensive hotels in Europe based on their average overnight rates for a standard double room this summer. Averaging 1116 euros per night, the Le Manoir hotel ranks 17th most expensive overall in Europe, but no other hotel in the United Kingdom is more expensive.

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Following are the 10 most expensive hotels in Europe for the period spanning July 1 through August 31, 2015. The rates listed are based on the average nightly price for a standard double room.

1. Le Dune (Sardinia, Italy) 2400 euros
2. La Réserve (Paris, France) 1900 euros
3. Villa del Parco (Sardinia, Italy) 1860 euros
4. Hotel Cala di Volpe (Sardinia, Italy) 1780 euros
5. Amanzo’e (Peloponnese, Greece) 1713 euros
6. Hotel Pitrizza (Sardinia, Italy) 1676 euros
7. Cap Estel (Cote d’Azur, France) 1501 euros
8. Hotel Romazzino (Sardinia, Italy) 1436 euros
9. Aman Sveti Stefan (Budva, Montenegro) 1323 euros
10. Amanruya (Mugla, Turkey) 1298 euros


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