Most expensive cities in the U.S., based on hotel room prices 2011

The graph depictsts the most expensive cities in the U.S., based on hotel room costs in 2011. In Boston the average price of a hotel room was $165 in 2011.
The Hotel Price Index (HPI) is based on bookings made on hotels.com. The prices shown are those actually paid by the customer. The sample set are about 110,000 properties in more than 18,000 global locations.

Most expensive cities in the United States, based on the average daily hotel room rate in 2011

Average cost of a hotel room (in U.S. dollars)
New York, NY204
Honolulu, HI175
Boston, MA165
Miami, FL153
Santa Barbara, CA147
New Orleans, LA146
San Francisco, CA143
Washington, D.C.142
Panama City, FL139
Chicago, IL139
Idaho Falls, ID138
Anchorage, AK137
Providence, RI136
Burlington, VT131
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Source

Release date

March 2012

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

2011

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