As Liverpudlian music fans wait for the Eurovision Song Contest to take Lennon and McCartney to town, landlords and hoteliers are looking forward to collecting sky-high rents from the competition’s fans.
The city’s hotels are canceling existing bookings for the Eurovision weekend to take advantage of demand for accommodation.
Last week Liverpool was chosen to host the music competitionwhich was supposed to take place in the Ukraine before it was moved to the UK due to the Russian invasion.
Prices have skyrocketed following the announcement with Airbnb hosts offering accommodation for nearly £8,000 on May 13, the night of the final.
A “modern and stylish” three-bedroom house in Anfield was advertised for £7,993 a month. night, including a cleaning