There is a lot of good accomodation in the US.
The above mentioned were between $45 US to $99 US. Average
From $40 a night, - $299.00 a week depending on Location.
They are small apartments in their own right and can be hired for the day, the week or month, the rates beat hotels every time.
Over 430 hotels located coast to coast, designed
especially for value-conscious travelers
Between $40-70 per night (price varies depending on area)
Good and comfortable rooms without costing an arm and a leg. Usually when you comparison shop between the national brands of hotels, Super 8 comes out the cheapest every time.
A British doctor says 'Medicine in my country is so advanced that we Can take a kidney out of one man put it in another and have him looking for work in six weeks.' A German doctor says, 'That's nothing, we can take a lung out of one person put it in another and have him looking for work in four weeks.' A Russian doctor says, 'In my country medicine is so advanced we can take half a heart out of one person put it in another and have them both looking for work in two weeks.' The American doctor, not to be outdone, says, 'You guys are way behind, we just took a man with no brain out of Texas, put him in the White House, and now half the country is looking for work, and the other half preparing for wars.
23rd MAY 2002
The United States has a form of accommodation for all types of people and all pocketbooks. From swank Five Star Hotels to roadside fleabags, you'll find what you are looking for. As a rule, rooms are not particularly great value compared to similar level countries. But one area where the USA beats the rest with regard to a place to sleep is camping. Some of the most stunning views can be had right from the opening of your tent and at prices that will cut your costs and make an extended trip in one of the most expensive countries in the world possible.
Within my individual pages, especially those geared toward National Parks, you will find tips on where to find these amazing places to pitch your tent. On the newer pages, I generally have a photo of the old tent in an amazingly scenic spot. Prices vary from $10-25 but that is generally for a couple tents and a more than fair amount of people. Facilities vary with how much you pay but you can expect to find flush toilets at most of them and showers are surely not unheard of or not far away.
Please check my pages for areas you are traveling and you won't be sorry you did. If camping is your thing, you came to the right place. If it isn't, you might even consider it after reading about some of the places we were ever so lucky to wake up in.
in new york city,I recommend hotel carter,43 rd street and 8th avenue,mid-manhattan
103 $ single
avoid hotels in downtown big cities,they are extremely expensive,and downtowns are most of the time very dangerous at night; go to a motel at 30 kms,it will be clean ,nice,quiet,and very cheap;do the same everywhere!
We like the Hampton Inn chain of Hotels. They serve a very tood breakfast that is included in the room price.
It allow two guest at the price of one under that AARP plan as well as the Hilton HHonors program gives you credit towards a free night.
$42 - $90, Kingsize beds are more expensive than two doubles.
Nice Breakfast, Cookies and Peanut Butter Sandwishes in the late afternoon with soup is offered at a number of the chain locations.
I useally stay at motels beside the road during my roadtrips. I never plan where to stay. This is a photo of The Mirage, the hotel I stayed at during my visit to Las Vegas.
The Victorian Bed and Breakfast
we paid $45.00 for a room w/ a shared bath.
Suites with private bath are more.
Lovely 100 year old home in a classic neighborhood, just a few blocks from the downtown shopping area.
The best breakfast!
Beverley Hilton (Merv Griffin's hotel)
The was a package for us. Not sure of nightly rate
Try to get an upgrade to the tower. The rooms are quite spacious. If you are there late January, you may catch a star or two as this is the hotel that hosts the The Golden Globe Awards. There are 3 restaurants, pool and expensive shops. The best thing about this is location and servie. Be sure to ask one of the staff for the complimentary slippers!
If you are service (military) connected whether retired from the service or not, National Guard, or Reserve, ALL BRANCHES are eligible, to use base loging. Take advantage of it. The prices are unbeatable, and the accomadations are 5 star most of the time. Check with your local military base, for phone #'s and brochures. Think about it! Where can you go and stay for $8.00 a night in some locations? How about New Hampshire in winter, (skiing) Try Portsmouth New Hampshire Navy Base, Or fun in the sun try any number of bases in Florida. This is the way you can take your whole family and still have plenty of cash for Disney and Universal Studios. Oh and you are also elegible for discount tickets to all the listed amusement parks Disney included.So go check out your military connections. Find out what you've been missing.
$8.00 to $60.00 depending on location.(reminder, the cheapest prices, don't mean that the accomodations are crummy. They are all quite nice and we have stayed in several across the country. Wright Patterson in Ohio, $25. per night for a suite. Not bad huh. How about Patrick AFB, Cocoa Beach, Florida. Right on the Atlantic ocean, Thanksgiving, we paid $29.00 per night for a suite. Beat that. (American $$$)
Each location, has it's own unique qualities.
I prefer the small mom & pop Bed & Breakfasts. They are cheaper and better in most instances than the big hotel chains. Breakfast is typically included in the price of your stay. I prefer to book lodging ahead of time since I am traveling with my family, which includes a small child. There are many great websites with hotel/B&B listings. That being said, The United States has many very good hotels and resorts that should be experienced as well. Often, you can find tremendous deals for staying at these establishments. I must confess that for hotel stays in the USA I tend to get the best price quotes from www.priceline.com.
With a very few exceptions, during my US trip I used to lodge at Super8 Motels.
The most i appreciated about this motel chain was its wide network throughout the states I visited, its good standard (clean rooms, decent furnitures, friendly service) combined with acceptable average prices. Moreover, i always found one of these motels rather close to my points of interest.
It is very inexpensive, costing about $15 a night!!!
It has all the ammenities, plus you get to enjoy camping out in a tent! It is only a short 10-15 minute drive to the beach. Rehobeth is a nice, small town, with some shopping areas but nothinig like the over commercialization of Ocean City, MD, or Virginia Beach, VA.
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