By Nahrain John @karryontravel12 Jan 2018Start saving a little extra travellers! The British city of Bath is hoping to earn a little extra moolah off of its thousands of visitors every year with the introduction of a new tourist tax. Local leaders are apparently planning to pitch the visitor fee to the government in order to raise extra cash. It’d be the city’s second attempt at launching a tourist tax, after being previously denied, The Guardian reported. If approved, the charge could see tourists spending an extra £1 or AU$1.70 on accommodation. Although the fee doesn’t sound excessive, hoteliers are reportedly reluctant to charge arrivals out of fear that it could drive them away. Bath’s council leader, Tim Warren, said that he believes the “small fee for overnight stays” is “the way forward” for the city. Image: Michael D Beckwith/Unsplash “This would go to service the tourism budget and funds that would have usually been diverted there would be free to be put to use elsewhere.” Tim Warren, Bath Council Leader Bath is the latest in a string of destinations proposing visitor fees, including Hawaii and Greece, which introduced accommodation taxes at the start of 2018. READ: Budget a little more, Hawaii is introducing an accommodation tax READ: New accommodation tax may increase the cost of staying in Greece What are your thoughts on visitor fees? Other stories you may like GREAT FIREWALL: China partially lifts Facebook ban for tourists CONGRATULATIONS: A Travel Agent WON a $12,000 holiday from Wendy Wu Tours ROCK OUT! There’s more to Greater Palm Springs than Coachella!