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Chapter 3: A Look at U.S. Hotel Rates

Surprises Abound in “Small Town, U.S.A.”         

The East saw the most radical price increases of the year so far, with the principal exception of Mount Charleston, NV, which made a monumental jump from the second least expensive city in the U.S. at $34 a night in 2010 to $87 in 2011 – a 159% increase. Other cities with notable rate upturns include Kulpsville, PA and Leominster, MA, both of which saw a rise of 52% in daily hotel prices.

Greatest U.S. Price Increases

City State 2010 2011 YoY ADR
Mount Charleston NV $34 $87 +159%
Kulpsville PA $73 $111 +52%
Leominster MA $70 $106 +52%
Muskegon Heights MI $59 $89 +50%
Horseheads NY $113 $166 +48%
Lost Pines TX $196 $288 +47%
Ocoee FL $58 $83 +43%
Alice TX $87 $125 +43%
Harrison OH $68 $98 +43%
Duck Key FL $244 $348 +43%