In a recent survey, I surveyed hotel stay rates in seven cities around the world.
As expected, the prices ranged from $60 a night in Toronto to $1,000 in Los Angeles.
The price of a night at a hotel in Dubai is about $700.
In some of the cities, the price of one night’s stay was less than $500.
What’s more, the hotels had different pricing plans and prices for different services.
The prices ranged widely across the board, from $2,500 for a single room in Paris to $10,000 for a suite in Bangkok.
The hotels also varied by amenities and amenities included, such as an annual fee.
Prices ranged widely from $50 for a two-night stay in San Francisco to $30 a night for a three-nightstay in London.
I found that the cost of a hotel stay in the United States was lower than it was in the countries surveyed.
I didn’t measure the cost in dollars per night.
I also didn’t take into account the price difference between hotel rooms and rooms in motels.
As a result, my estimates are based on hotel stays, not overnight stays.
The cost of staying at the Marriott Hotel in Miami was $5,700, a 10 percent discount from the cost I estimated.
The hotel in Chicago is more expensive than the one in Toronto.
The costs in London and Tokyo were about $20,000 and $50,000, respectively.
A three-bedroom suite in Paris costs $25,000.
The same suite in New York costs $40,000 a night.
Prices in Dubai range from $1.4 million to $6 million a night, depending on whether you’re staying at one of the four hotels or a combination of three.
The lowest-priced rooms in Dubai were the ones with three bedrooms, which cost about $10 per night, or $1 per night if you stayed in one of those hotels for a full day.
I used a discount rate, which is about 25 percent less than the full-service rate.
Hotel rates vary from one hotel to another.
In Dubai, you pay an entrance fee of about $1 for the first night, then you pay another fee of $10 a night until the end of the week, and a third fee of around $10 for each additional night.
The average entry fee in Dubai, for a one-bedroom, is about half of what I expected, but the hotel is very affordable.
Prices vary greatly by service.
For example, a three night stay at a four-star hotel in London costs $2.8 million.
The three-star rate in Dubai would be around $4 million in New Zealand.
A two-bedroom in Hong Kong costs around $1 million.
A four-bedroom room in Tokyo would cost around $3 million in Australia.
Prices at the hotels in San Diego are significantly higher than the ones in New England.
In San Diego, a four night stay is $9.8 per night for the single room and $11 per night in the suite, compared to the $5 per night that I estimated in New Orleans.
In Las Vegas, a two night stay costs about $8,000 to $12,000 per night depending on the room size, and I estimate that a three to four-night suite in Japan costs about the same price.
Prices are higher in Dubai than in Los Angles.
For the same room, the cost is about the equivalent of staying in a four to six-star luxury hotel.
Prices may be lower in some countries, such in Dubai because of a government crackdown on air travel.
The government banned international air travel to and from the United Arab Emirates, the Gulf states and Jordan in 2012, and the cost to return to the United Kingdom is higher than in most of the rest of the world, although the price is not necessarily higher than what I estimated from price comparisons of other countries.
But the average cost in Dubai to return home is about twice what I thought it would be, because of the crackdown.
Hotel rooms in a three star hotel are more expensive in the UAE than in the rest, but they are cheaper in Los Alamos.
The cheapest rooms in the three- and four-story hotel are $1 a night while the most expensive rooms are $3.
In New York City, a one to two-star room is $12.50 a night and a four star is $30.
A one- and two-story suite is $23.50 in New London, while a four or five-story one is $37.50.
A single- and three-story room is about 20 percent cheaper in New Tokyo than in Dubai.
And a three bedroom suite in Tokyo is about 80 percent cheaper than in New Paris.
A suite in Dubai costs $45 per night while a two or three-person suite in London is about 40 percent cheaper. But