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These are the countries where Airbnb is cheaper than a hotel

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It’s the modern dilemma isn’t it? Hotel, or Airbnb. Traditional, or new-fangled technology.

They both have pros, and they both have cons. Good things about hotels: free biscuits, an impeccably-made bed, a sense of opulence and glamour. Bad things about hotels: having to share a lift with other members of the public, the frequently inordinate wait to check in, the unfathomably small glasses for your orange juice at breakfast.

Good things about Airbnbs: doing your own thing whenever you want to, having home comforts, stealing any biscuits that your host has left, making friends with the local cats. Bad things about Airbnbs: showers not working, no impeccably-made beds, no orange juice at breakfast.

So, as you can see, it’s a real struggle. But hang on there, you’re forgetting one crucial thing: cashola, greenbacks, spondoolies, moolah or for the more traditional out there, money.

Correct, eagle-eyed ShortList reader, which is why this following information is particularly useful if you’re trying to decide where to stay on your next foreign jaunt.

Money-saving website vouchercloud has studied data collected from Airbnb and Google’s Hotel Partners to find out in which countries you’re better off booking a hotel, and which ones you’re better off with Airbnb.

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