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Why hotel hotels are getting a lot cheaper

Why hotel hotels are getting a lot cheaper

A lot of hotel rooms are getting cheaper in the United States.

That’s according to the latest data from RealtyTrac, a real estate data and analytics company that tracks data for a variety of industries.

The company recently released the latest numbers for hotel rooms across the country.

For hotels, the average cost of a room went up to $1,077 in March.

In the Midwest, the most expensive hotel room went for $2,946.

The average cost in the Northeast was $2.1 million.

The cheapest room went down to $2 million.

In a way, the price of a hotel room has been falling in recent years.

The last time we reported on hotel room prices, in 2015, the U.S. had a record-low rate of hotel room occupancy.

That number dropped below 5 percent, and stayed at around 3 percent.

The U.K. had its lowest rate of occupancy of any nation, at 4.4 percent, while the U!

S.

recorded the lowest rate at 4 percent.

But, even though hotel occupancy is on the rise, the cost of room rental is on a downward trend.

While the average price of room rentals in March was $1.6 million, that number dropped to $915,000 in 2016.

In March, room rentals were $1 billion.

That drop comes as the industry continues to grow.

According to Realtytrac, the median cost of the room rental industry went from $1 million to $934,000 between 2015 and 2016.

That increase comes despite the fact that the industry has been losing money.

According a report from Realtracker, the industry’s industry breakdown is as follows: Room rentals are now $1 trillion.

That includes everything from private rooms to shared rooms.

Rooms are now more expensive because of increased demand from other hotel rooms.

A hotel room is less valuable to the owner because the room is now a rental and not a primary residence.

It is less likely to be available for longer than a year.

The price of one- and two-bedroom rooms fell over the last year and a half.

A room can be rented for $1 to $3,000 a night, but that price dropped to around $2 a night in 2017.

The median cost in March for a two-bedroom room in a hotel was $3.6.

The hotel room in March in the Midwest was $4.6, down from $4,800 in 2016 and $4 a night.

In New York City, a room in the hotel is now $5.8, down to around the $6.25 price tag in 2016, according to Realtrack.

The next lowest price was $5,800 for a one-bedroom room in an apartment building in New York.

The second-lowest price was a $5 a night room in Atlanta.

The highest price in the country was $6,100 in Miami.

The fourth-lowEST price was in Denver, at $8,200.

For comparison, the third-low most expensive room in town was $7,800, according Toon Adventures.

For the most part, hotels are not a cheap investment.

While there are certainly some rooms that can be found for less than $1 a night and for longer term stays, that is far less than what one would pay for a typical room in any major city.

According Toon Travels, the majority of hotels in the U.”s.

are in a low-end luxury category, and that is something that is changing over time.

While prices in those categories have gone down, the luxury category is growing.

That means that a room can cost as much as $7 million a year, according Realtrivers data.

The luxury category has been growing in popularity as hotel rooms become more affordable.

In 2015, hotels in that category accounted for 14.5 percent of the hotel room market.

The number has gone up to 20 percent in 2016 with room prices reaching $14,400.

According Realtravers, the second-most expensive hotel rooms were in the luxury hotel category, with a room costing $18,200 in the past year.

RealtyTrak said that the luxury market is still growing, with luxury hotels now accounting for 13 percent of hotel occupancy.

While that number is up slightly from last year, it still represents a significant decrease from the luxury hotels that dominated the market in the early 2000s.

That was the heyday of the super-luxury hotels, and Realtytrak says that luxury hotel occupancy peaked at 15 percent in the mid-2000s.

This is due to a combination of factors, like a shift away from the use of guest rooms for weddings, and a decrease in the use for recreational activities such as swimming pools.

Realtratcs data also showed that there is a significant drop in luxury hotel room