Hotels.com has launched a top 10 ‘falling stars’ table to find the best value-for-money hotels around the world. The table reveals cities and hotel rooms that have experience the biggest price drops in the last year. Moscow came out on top with a 39% drop in the average cost of a three-star hotel room per night. Three -star prices for Cancun and Dubai fell by 25% and 24% respectively. Dubai’s room rates in four-star properties slumped 18% too. For those with a smaller budget, Boston’s one-star rooms fell by 35%, followed by a 34% drop in rates for a Singapore two-star hotel. In the opposite hand, five-star room prices dropped in Bangkok (-28%), Chicago (-26%), Lisbon (-20%) and New York (-19%). “The global downturn has had an impact on hotel prices across the board. Our data outlines the bargains that can be had at every level. Whether you are travelling on a shoe string or looking for A-list luxury for less, the HPI reveals the destinations that have never been better value for money,” said Hotels.com Communications Director Alison Couper.