Cheapest hotels in Philadelphia are getting more expensive, but you’re still going to find a great value.
The cost of a hotel in Philadelphia has been steadily creeping upward for the past few years, with the average value of a room now hovering around $2,500.
That doesn’t mean that the hotel industry has given up on the idea of keeping the prices affordable.
Cheap hotels are one of the more common types of luxury hotel rooms in Philadelphia, and while the number of them in Philly is growing, the number in the city is actually decreasing.
The average price of a typical room in the Philadelphia area is now $2.19 per night, according to an analysis from Zillow.
The cheapest available room is in the North Shore neighborhood of Northeast Philadelphia, where the average room is currently $1,800.
The median price of an average room in Philly in 2020 was $2.,500, which is a 4.5 percent decrease from the year before.
The cheapest available hotel room in North Philly is currently located in the Park North neighborhood of South Philadelphia, with an average price that is $1.79 per night.
The next cheapest hotel room is located in Northampton, a neighborhood of south Philadelphia that is only just starting to grow.
The neighborhood of Northampton has a median price for an average hotel room of $1.,500 per night and the median price per square foot is currently at $1 per square inch.
That means that the median room price is a little more than $1 more than the median rent for the area, according the analysis.
The average price for a room in Philadelphia is now slightly above the median value of $2 per night for the Philadelphia metropolitan area, which stands at $2 billion.
The lowest average price is $2 for a single room, which sits at $9,100 per month.