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Chapter 3: A Look at U.S. Hotel Rates
Thereís Nothing You Canít Do in New York (For the Right Price)
New York City holds on tight to its number one spot as the most expensive domestic city in the U.S. at just over $190 a night. Meanwhile, Hawaiian tropical paradise Honolulu, and American history capital Boston, are doing the same with their second and third place spots, both with modest increases of 13% and 7%, respectively.†
Miami, which appeared sixth on the list last year jumps up to fourth and the Big Easy, New Orleans, finally makes its top five debut, while Santa Barbara slips out of the top five down to eighth place. Panama City, Florida which was just shy of the top ten last year makes a notable jump to seventh place with an average daily rate of $146.
The Most Expensive U. S. Cities (DMA)