The cost of a day’s stay in a major city has increased substantially in the last decade, according to data from travel website Expedia.
The cost of the cheapest option has gone up by more than 10 percent, from $1,100 to $1.70.
In some markets, the cheapest options are in major cities, such as Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco, with rates of $1 for a hotel room and $1 to $2 for a taxi.
But for most destinations, the prices are more affordable, with prices in the mid-to-high-range of $3 to $4 per night in some markets.
In fact, some of the lowest rates are in the heart of major cities like Chicago, where a hotel stays for around $350 a night.