The average night in a three-star hotel in a prime location in Nashville will cost you $261, which is the highest of any of the 30 biggest cities in the country.
The rest of the top 10 most expensive are: Boston, D.C., San Francisco, Portland, Oregon, New York, Phoenix, Austin, Chicago, and Houston.
The cheapest city to stay in is Las Vegas. You can find a three-star hotel in a good location for $63-a-night. (That must be the Luxor dragging down the average, right? Whenever you Priceline Vegas, they always put you in the Luxor, right?)
The rest of the 10 cheapest cities are: San Antonio, El Paso, San Diego, Indianapolis, Detroit, Columbus, Ohio, Memphis, Jacksonville, and Baltimore.
This story was originally reported by CheapHotels.org
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