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Chapter 3: A Look at U.S. Hotel Rates
Head North or Search the South for Value
Travelers looking to find the cheapest retreats and maybe some southern comfort should check out several Dixie favorites, including cities in Georgia and Alabama, which make up three out of the five least expensive destinations in the U.S. What’s more, another southern standout, Texas, fills out the roster as the state with the most cities on the “cheap list.”
Nevertheless, for the best deal of all, bargain hunters must head all the way north to Glendive, MT, a charming town boasting a population of 4,935, where a full night’s stay will only cost $65 a night. Tucked between the Yellowstone River and one of America’s most impressive badlands areas, Glendive’s main attraction is Makoshika State Park, a virtual warehouse of rock formations, prehistoric fossils, mineral specimens and dinosaur bones.
The Least Expensive U. S. Cities (DMA)