Most expensive cities for hotel rates in the United States in 2017 (in U.S. dollars)

Most expensive cities for hotel rates in the U.S. 2017 This statistic shows the most expensive cities for hotel rates in the United States in 2017. The average price for a hotel room paid by U.S. travelers in Boston was 267 U.S. dollars.
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In 2016, Boston was the most expensive city in the United States in terms of the price paid by U.S. traveler for a hotel room, followed by New York. At 266 and 258 U.S. dollars respectively, the two cities were the only ones with hotel rates above 250 dollars. For visitors to New York, October is generally the most expensive month to stay in hotels. In October 2016, the average daily rate for a hotel in New York was 390 U.S. dollars. A cheaper alternative for tourists would be to use accommodation sharing sites such as Airbnb. In 2015, the average daily rate for an Airbnb room was only 156.94 U.S. dollars.

In 2015, the U.S. hotel industry generated revenue of 189.5 billion U.S. dollars the highest in recent years. The average daily rate of the Americas has grown annually, although it is still not the highest average daily rate in the world. In 2016, this title went to the Middle East and Africa. The hotel company with the largest number of properties in the Americas was Wyndham hotel group, followed by Choice Hotels International and Hilton Worldwide.

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Average daily rate in U.S. dollars
Boston 267
New York 258
San Francisco 231
Washington 218
Honolulu 216
Chicago 201
Nashville 199
Los Angeles 198
Seattle 197
New Orleans 193
Miami 190
Philadelphia 190
San Jose 175
Scottsdale 169
Denver 167
Average daily rate in U.S. dollars
Boston 267
New York 258
San Francisco 231
Washington 218
Honolulu 216
Chicago 201
Nashville 199
Los Angeles 198
Seattle 197
New Orleans 193
Miami 190
Philadelphia 190
San Jose 175
Scottsdale 169
Denver 167
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This statistic shows the most expensive cities for hotel rates in the United States in 2017. The average price for a hotel room paid by U.S. travelers in Boston was 267 U.S. dollars.
Average daily rates in the U.S. - additional information

In 2016, Boston was the most expensive city in the United States in terms of the price paid by U.S. traveler for a hotel room, followed by New York. At 266 and 258 U.S. dollars respectively, the two cities were the only ones with hotel rates above 250 dollars. For visitors to New York, October is generally the most expensive month to stay in hotels. In October 2016, the average daily rate for a hotel in New York was 390 U.S. dollars. A cheaper alternative for tourists would be to use accommodation sharing sites such as Airbnb. In 2015, the average daily rate for an Airbnb room was only 156.94 U.S. dollars.

In 2015, the U.S. hotel industry generated revenue of 189.5 billion U.S. dollars the highest in recent years. The average daily rate of the Americas has grown annually, although it is still not the highest average daily rate in the world. In 2016, this title went to the Middle East and Africa. The hotel company with the largest number of properties in the Americas was Wyndham hotel group, followed by Choice Hotels International and Hilton Worldwide.

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Release date
February 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
2017
Supplementary notes
Based on the actual prices paid for hotel rooms by U.S. travelers in the 50 most popular domestic destinations.

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