"New York is the most expensive U.S. city for a hotel room, averaging $194 per night."
"Banff is Canada's most expensive city at CAD$161 per night average for a hotel room.".
"At an average rate of $606 a night, Bora Bora tops the list for world's most expensive city."
"London keeps the number one spot as Americans' favorite international destination."
"Las Vegas remains the most popular U.S. travel destination for both domestic and Canadian travelers."
"Rooms in Branson West, MO jumped from an average of $54 to $96 per night; a 76% increase."
The hotels.com® Hotel Price Index™ (HPI™) is a regular survey of hotel prices in major city destinations across the world. The HPI is based on bookings made on hotels.com and prices shown are those actually paid by customers (rather than advertised rates) for 2010. The report largely compares prices paid in 2010 with prices paid in 2009.
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