Aspen Resort in Aspen, Colorado, is the most expensive resort in the US, and that’s just with the price of one night in a room.
The resort has an average price of $4,200 per night, with rooms averaging $2,500 a night, making it the most-expensive hotel in the country.
In total, the resort is the biggest in Colorado, with a staggering 1,200 rooms, more than the combined size of all of the state’s hotels combined.
In the end, the average room price of the resort was $1,700 per night.
In this case, the number one spot was held by the Sheraton Boulder, the hotel that is the second-most expensive resort, with an average room rate of $1.5 million per night per person.
The other two top spots are both at the Hilton Grand Hyatt and Marriott Marquis in Las Vegas, both of which have average rooms rates of $2.2 million per person per night in 2016.
Both hotels also have the second most expensive beds per person, with two beds per bed at the Sherton and one bed per bed in the Marriott Marquise.
If you’re a budget traveler, the top resort is still probably in Las Goiás, Mexico, but there are a few other places to look for a bargain.
In 2016, the Sherpa Hotels in Las Maravillas, Puerto Vallarta, and Guadalajara in the Dominican Republic were the most affordable hotels in the world, and they all cost between $1 million and $2 million a night.
The Sherpa’s average room cost was $2 1/2 million, and the Guadalagurs average room was $3 1/4 million.
Other notable hotel deals in 2016 include the Shangri-La Hotel in Bangkok, the Shangai Palace Hotel in Singapore, the Hyatt Regency in New York City, and two resorts at the Grand Hyat Hotel in Japan.
Check out the full list of the most valuable hotels in 2016 below.
What does this mean for you?
While you’re spending your money at the best hotels in Colorado or anywhere else, it may be worthwhile to keep a few dollars in a safe place and use it for other travel expenses.
If the average cost of a room is higher than the average rate of return on your investment, you’re going to want to use the extra money to pay down debt or to purchase an asset.
The higher the price, the higher the risk of having a bad day and the higher you’ll have to pay for your hotel room.