The Globe and Mail is reporting that many of the cheapest hotels around the world are actually owned by hotels.
The report found that some hotels in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia are actually operated by hotel chains.
The findings are based on an analysis of data from hotels.com, which aggregates information from hotels, websites, and social media posts to provide a more detailed picture of the overall value of a hotel.
This is the second in a series of stories on hotel room prices.
You can read the first story here.
Here’s a breakdown of the findings:In North America and Europe, the average hotel room in a standard room costs $9,000.
The cheapest room, the Best Western Gold Coast, is $6,900.
The cheapest room in Europe is in the Austrian city of Vienna at $5,400, while the cheapest room is in Zurich, Switzerland at $4,100.
In Asia, the cheapest hotel rooms are at the Shangri-La Hotel in Hangzhou, China at $3,400 and the Hilton in Bangkok at $2,900, with the highest room prices in Japan and Taiwan at $6000 and $4000, respectively.
The highest price paid in North Africa is at the Suez hotel in Cairo at $8,500.
The lowest price paid is in Italy, at the Villa Verde hotel at $7,400.
The average price paid by travelers in the United States is $2.30, according to data from hotel.com.
A common argument against hotels is that they are a drain on the economy.
But experts say this isn’t always the case.
“I think a lot of people don’t realize that the money they spend in the hotel room actually comes from other hotel rooms, and not from the rooms they use to stay there,” said Brian Henshaw, a senior research fellow at the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
“So a lot can be done to reduce hotel room costs, like charging for shared use or using the room as a place to get to work, but they can also do it with tax savings.
So I think there are lots of benefits to having a hotel that’s not a drain.”
The cost of hotel rooms in North and Central America has fallen significantly, according the study, and the lowest-priced rooms have increased.
The study found that a hotel room for a one-night stay in Mexico costs $732, compared to $719 in South America and $692 in the Caribbean.
But prices in Europe and Asia have risen sharply.
The report found the average room in Paris, France is now $1,854, and it’s at $1 and up in Tokyo, Japan.
In New York City, the cost is $1.35 million, up from $1 million a year ago.
The study found the cheapest rooms in the world were in Mexico City, which costs $1 in the morning and $1 after midnight, while in London, the hotel cost $1 at 4:30am and $2 at 4am and 5am.
The average room price in China is $542 a night, with a one night stay in Hong Kong at $350 and a two-night stays in the U.K. at $370.
A one-year stay in the Philippines costs $3.85 million.
The analysis also found that the average price for a hotel bed is $845.
That’s down from $955 in 2013.
The most expensive hotel room was the Shangricomat, in the city of Shenzhen, China, which had an average room cost of $895, up 9 per cent from 2013.
The most expensive room in Thailand was the Grand Palace, which is on a 5,000 square-metre property at the heart of Bangkok.
In the United Kingdom, the most expensive rooms were the Princess Alexandra and the St James’s Palace, with an average price of $1m each.
The least expensive room was in Dubai, at $780 a night.
The least expensive hotel in Europe was in Zurich at $480 a night.
“We’ve got a lot to learn from this research,” Henshawsaid.
“The real problem with the hotel industry is that it’s often not a great value.
We need to have better rules and better policies around taxes and regulation and transparency and what the real cost of renting is.”