Phoenix In Top 10 For Most Expensive Hotel Stays
Phoenix has the distinction of being the No. 7 most-expensive US city for an overnight stay this fall, according to a recent survey by CheapHotels.org, coming in at $182/night, tied with Austin and just behind NYC. The survey looked at the 30 cities nationwide with the highest populations and room rates during October, since this month is when most US cities reach their highest average hotel rates.
The survey excluded hotels with less than a 3-star rating and those lacking a central location within each destination. Under those terms, Nashville was the most expensive at $261/night, followed by Boston ($257/night) and Washington, DC ($192/night). Cheapest room for a night among the 30 markets? Vegas, baby ($63).