The Varsity Hotel (Cambridge UK) has pretty standard rates for the next 3 months (£275 apart from Saturday night and the odd day when some event must be happening), but searching ahead into the new year, all the rooms are £720 on every day for the months January and February of next year.

For what reasons would a hotel inflate its prices massively at such a low-season time of the year?

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    It could just be an error or laziness. Maybe they only think carefully about their rates for three months ahead, and leave the rest at a default value. – Nate Eldredge Sep 22 '18 at 14:28

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