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Jerusalem Hotels Among the World’s Most Expensive

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Jerusalem’s is one of the most expensive cities in the world in which to spend the night in a hotel room. This according to a new survey in

Jerusalem placed 42nd out of a total of 150 cities that made the list. Add to that all of the cities in the world which offer cheap getaways that were not included on the list.

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According to GoEuro, the average 5 star hotel will cost you $609 a night, 4 star $150, 3 star $109, 2 star 95 and 1 star $80. The good news is that you can get a hostel for $21.

The list was topped by New York, followed by St. Moritz, Switzerland, Macao, Miami and Nassau. East Europe and North Africa are the cheapest places to go. Tirana, Albania made the bottom of the list and Sofia, Bulgaria was number 148. Hammamet, Tunisia came in at 149 and Cairo at 147.

Jerusalem also placed 6th on the list of top 20 most expensive cities for 5 star hotels.

For some reason Tel Aviv was not even mentioned. Perhaps GoEuro was making some sort of a political statement or maybe it just feels that Tel Aviv is a business traveler’s destination and Jerusalem a tourist one.



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