Meaning of low season in English:

low season

Pronunciation

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noun

British
  • The least popular time of year at a resort, hotel, or tourist attraction, when prices are lowest.

    ‘ferry connections are sporadic in the low season’
    • ‘low-season prices’
    • ‘If you're lucky, you might even find low-season prices combined with high-season weather.’
    • ‘Catch low-season rates at many Montana wilderness lodges up until the river-fishing season starts on the third Saturday in May.’
    • ‘A reactive low-season policy is not a credible solution, especially in an industry that does its marketing a year or two in advance of the results.’
    • ‘The buzz might not be quite the same over winter, but low-season rates offer a great chance to see how the other half live.’
    • ‘Marco Island, a resort destination located three-and-half hours from Miami by car, offers plenty of water activities such as boating and fishing, and low-season rates in the summer.’
    • ‘If you plan your marketing activities to take advantage of special rates, low-season discounts, etc., your budget will stretch farther.’
    • ‘During the low season, prices start at £310 for the smallest property.’
    • ‘Hurricane season aside, the charter boat market generally follows the traditional tourism high season / low season pattern.’
    • ‘Construction is planned to begin during the tourist low season.’
    • ‘While Hawaii never really experiences a low season, winter and summer tend to be more popular times to visit the islands, so the spring (as well as the fall) tends to be a cheaper season to come.’
    • ‘He explained that foreigners would go to their homelands for the holiday, coinciding with the low season for the hotel business.’
    • ‘The months of August, September and October are regarded as the tourism low season in Thailand.’
    • ‘With double rooms available for €145 in the high season, and €70 in the low season, it's also about half the price.’
    • ‘If you do take a chance and visit Koh Tao in the low season, you'll find that prices in an already cheap place are even cheaper.’
    • ‘The move was made to help attract tourists while the local tourism industry was entering its traditional low season.’
    • ‘She said that the occupancy rate in Bali reached between 50 percent and 60 percent in the low season and about 70 percent in high season.’
    • ‘She said that after engaging in a price war during low season, airlines were expecting to be able to jack up their prices during the incoming holiday season.’
    • ‘Sailings from Cork are on Saturdays and prices start in low season at £87 per person for four adults inclusive of car and cabin.’
    • ‘Every other summer, when they close up for the low season, they head off to another part of the Far East for some culinary exploration.’
    • ‘The hotel rates given are for the winter period, which can be double those in the low season.’