Lodging in the United States
- Luxury Hotels
Five star hotels
- Hotels and Motels
First Class Hotels: the higher option
Budget Hotels: the standard option
Pension Bed & Breakfast: the economical option
- Low Cost Hotels
Hostels and youth hostels
- Hotel Rules
- Most hotels in the USA are not priced "per person", but are priced by the room. A double room usually costs only a few dollars more than a single room and four people in one room will cost little more than two people. This means great bargains for two or more people traveling together and willing to share a room.
- For Further Information
Traveling in USA
Lonely Planet - USA
|Economy Room||Less than 50 USD|
|Medium Price Room||50-80 USD|
|Good Quality Room||Above 100 USD|
Source: Lonely Planet
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