SCRIMPING and saving on accommodation is not the Spanish way.
When it comes to holidays, almost half of Spaniards opt to stay in a hotel of four or more stars and characteristically spend €100 per night on average.
The latest lastminute.com survey of 6,000 Europeans revealed that 43% of Spaniards prefer lavish hotels.
They are almost twice as likely to choose luxury as the French, just 22% of whom prioritise four and five star establishments.
After discerning Germans, 48% of whom also opt for top quality accommodation, Spaniards are in the lead followed by 41% of Brits and 31% of Italians.
Europeans on average spend 9.6 nights in a hotel per year and spend €101 per one night stay.
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