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Friday, 14 June 2013

10 most expensive Canadian cities to stay in

Hotels.com releases an annual Hotel Price Index, tracking the prices their customers pay at over 155,000 hotels around the world. The Index helps identify which cities and countries are more affordable or expensive to stay at.

So where in Canada were travelers paying the most in 2012?
 1. Lake Louise, Alberta
    Average Daily Rate in 2012: $246
    Increase over 2011: 19%

    (Photo: Flickr/GoToVan)

    2. Tofino, British Columbia
    Average Daily Rate in 2012: $225
    Increase over 2011: 3%

    (Photo: Flickr/Christian Paul)

    3. Blue Mountains, Ontario
    Average Daily Rate in 2012: $220
    Increase over 2011: 7%

    (Photo: Flickr/sookie)
 
    4. Summerland, British Columbia
    Average Daily Rate in 2012: $208
    Increase over 2011: 15%


    (Photo: Flickr/Darren Kirby)
    5. Brentwood Bay, British Columbia
    Average Daily Rate in 2012: $204
    Increase over 2011: -18%
 

    6. Mont Tremblant, Quebec
    Average Daily Rate in 2012: $202
    Increase over 2011: 3%
 

    7. Jasper, Alberta
    Average Daily Rate in 2012: $186
    Increase over 2011: 16%


    9. Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
    Average Daily Rate in 2012: $185
    Increase over 2011: 6%


    (Photo by Flickr/Tony Hisgett)

    9. St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
    Average Daily Rate in 2012: $179
    Increase over 2011: 13%

   

    10. Whistler, British Columbia
    Average Daily Rate in 2012: $178
    Increase over 2011: 2%

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