A course scenic shot at sunrise on the 17th hole during the first round of the Sony Open in Hawaii at Waialae Country Club on January 9, 2014 in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Stan Badz—US PGA Tour
By Jack Linshi
March 3, 2015

Planning a spring trip within the United States? You might want to budget a bit more money for a hotel.

The 20 most expensive American cities to stay in are surprisingly scattered across the nation, from Butte, Montana, to Panama City, Florida, according to Hotel.com’s Hotel Price Index, which ranked U.S. metro areas by average nightly hotel prices.

Honolulu, Hawaii, tops the list ($236), with New York, New York, in second ($221), and Boston, Massachusetts, and Miami, Florida tied for third ($187).

Click on the map below to take a closer look at all 20 cities:

For other rankings based on hotel prices, check out Hotel Price Index’s full report.

 

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