U.S. Hotel Prices Up 2 Percent for Worldwide Travelers

    Hotel prices in three world regions have passed pre-economic crisis levels of 2008/2009, according to the Price Index Report for January – June 2015 from North America, the Caribbean, and Latin America have set new highs for the first time since the financial crisis, with North America leading the way with a rise of 4 percent.

    Overall global rise is up only one percent in the first half of 2015 compared to the same period in 2014. However, the U.S. experienced a steady rise in hotel prices, with an overall 2 percent increase paid by worldwide travelers the first half of the year.

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