If you're going on holiday to one of the below destinations or regions, then a resort fee might apply. In most cases, you'll just need to pay this when you arrive at the hotel.
Find your destination or region below to read a little bit more about the resort fee:
Bulgaria charges an overnight tax which might vary depending on location and accommodation type. The rate ranges from 0.2 Bulgarian Lev to 3 Bulgarian Lev, per night.
Catalonia (includes Costa Brava and Barcelona)
A departure tax of 25 Cuban Pesos (approx. £20) is payable by all visitors upon departure. Please check with your airline if this is included in the cost of your ticket.
A departure tax of $20 USD (approximately £15) is payable by all visitors upon on departure. Please check with your airline if this cost is included in the cost of your ticket.
In Dubai, hotels charge 'Tourism Dirham Fee' per room, per night of occupancy (for a maximum of 30 consecutive nights) ranging from AED 7 to 20 (approximately £1.50 to £4.30) depending on the category/grade of the hotel.
A departure tax of £35 Egyptian Pounds (approxiely £1.50) is payable by all visitors upon on departure. Please check with your airline if this cost is included in the cost of your ticket.
The Govern of Florida charges a sustainable tourism tax on all overnight stays in the state. The tax is usually 6% of the room rate per room. There are also taxes on purchases ranging from 6.5-7% on all goods, except ‘necessary’ items such as certain foods and medicine.
A departure tax of $35 USD (approximately £25) is payable by all visitors upon on departure. Please check with your airline if this cost is included in the cost of your ticket.
An environmental tax of €0.50c per person over the age of 18, per night, is applicable to all visitors staying in hotels, B&Bs, holiday apartments, hostels, and resorts in the Maltese Islands. This charge is payable on arrival at your accommodation and is capped at €5 per person, per stay.
A departure tax of around 1200 Mexican Pesos (approximately £60, $80 or €70) is payable locally by all visitors in cash only. In the Riviera Maya region, a sustainable tourist tax of $28.87 Mexican Pesos per guest, per night is applicable from 01/03/2022. This must be paid directly to the hotel upon check-in.
Customers may be required to pay a tourist tax when staying in Morocco. This is usually between £1-£3 per person per night, and is payable in local currency to the hotel.
St Lucia charges a tourism tax based on a nightly rate of $3 (US) per person on hotels priced up to $120 (US) per night, and a nightly rate of $6 (US) per person on hotels priced over $120 (US). Guests aged 12-17 will only need to pay half of this tax.
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