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Cheapest and priciest five-star travel cities in the US

Cheapest and priciest five-star travel cities in the US
Cheapest and priciest five-star travel cities in the US
Written by Harry Johnson

The research revealed the US cities that offer the best value five-star hotels with Durham, NC, Arlington, TX and Minneapolis, MN taking the top spots.

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  • Durham, North Carolina, is the cheapest US city for a stay in a five-star hotel, coming in at an average nightly price of $152.
  • Despite being in the ten cheapest cities, Las Vegas’ ($284) average price was still greater than the US average.
  • New York City was the 21st most expensive city in America at an average price of $395. 

Travel and tourism industry experts have analyzed the 100 most populated cities in the US to reveal which offer five-star luxury at the most affordable price. The research found that 29 US cities are cheaper than the US average of $503.

The research revealed the US cities that offer the best value five-star hotels with Durham, NC, Arlington, TX and Minneapolis, MN taking the top spots.

The US cities with the cheapest five-star hotels: 

Rank City, StateAverage price of one night stay % difference of US average
1Durham, North Carolina$152-70%
2Arlington, Texas$163-68%
3Minneapolis, Minnesota$188-63%
4Greensboro, North Carolina$200-60%
5Reno, Nevada$205-59%
6Milwaukee, Wisconsin$223-56%
7San Antonio, Texas$257-49%
8New Orleans, Louisiana$271-46%
9Louisville, Kentucky$280-44%
10Las Vegas, Nevada$284-44%

Durham, North Carolina, is the cheapest US city for a stay in a five-star hotel, coming in at an average nightly price of $152. Despite being in the ten cheapest cities, Las Vegas’ ($284) average price was still greater than the US average ($503). 

Only six cities were cheaper than the global average: Durham, Arlington, Minneapolis, Greensboro, Reno and Milwaukee.

New York City was the 21st most expensive city in America at an average price of $395. 

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Harry Johnson

Harry Johnson has been the assignment editor for eTurboNews for almost 20 years. He lives in Honolulu, Hawaii, and is originally from Europe. He enjoys writing and covering the news.

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