A survey from CheapHotels.org lists what they say are the most expensive US Destinations. The survey compared hotel rates for the travel period of July 1 to August 31.
The rankings were determined based on the average cost of each location’s cheapest available double room. As such, the prices mentioned reflect the minimum amount travelers will have to spend to stay at a certain destination. Only those hotels rated two stars or higher were considered for the survey.
Cities in coastal Massachusetts ranked as the country’s most expensive destination. Coming in as second most expensive is New Jersey’s Cape May with an average price of $204 per night. Following closely in the number three spot is Martha’s Vineyard. The most affordable double room in Martha’s Vineyard is averaging $202 nightly this summer.
The following table, according to CheapHotels.org, shows the 10 most expensive destinations in the USA. The prices shown reflect the average rate for each destination’s cheapest available double room for the time period spanning July 1 through August 31, 2013.
- Provincetown (Massachusetts) $217
- Cape May (New Jersey) $204
- Martha’s Vineyard (Massachusetts) $202
- Santa Monica (California) $199
- Old Orchard Beach (Maine) $192
- Calistoga (California) $186
- Kennebunkport (Maine) $184
- Ogunquit (Maine) $183
- Poipu (Hawaii) $176
- Boston (Massachusetts) $175
What do you think? Have you found more expensive cities in the US ?