CHICAGO, July 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Two destinations in South Dakota are listed among the Midwest's most expensive summer destinations. That takeaway is according to a recent survey conducted by ChicagoHotels.org.
The survey established the 20 priciest Midwestern destinations based on the minimum price travelers will have to spend, on average, to stay overnight in their cheapest available double room during the months of July and August 2017. Only centrally located hotels or inns rated at least 3 stars were considered by the survey.
At an average rate of $174 per night for its least expensive room, Deadwood, located in the South Dakotan Black Hills, ranks eighth priciest overall in the Midwest United States. A few dollars less expensive is neighboring Rapid City, just missing the survey's Top 10 at a rate of $164 nightly.
Traverse City, located on the shores of Lake Michigan, sits on top of the rankings at an overnight rate of $221. Lake Geneva, WI and Marquette, MI complete the Top 3 podium at average nightly rates of $207 and $194, respectively.
The following table shows the 10 most expensive summer destinations in the Midwest. The prices shown reflect the average rate for each destination's cheapest available double room for the time period spanning July 1st to August 30th, 2017.
1. Traverse City, MI $221
2. Lake Geneva, WI $207
3. Marquette, MI $194
4. Ann Arbor, MI $192
5. South Haven, MI $184
6. Madison, WI $182
7. Chicago, IL $176
8. Deadwood, SD $174
9. Des Moines, IA $173
10. Detroit Lakes, MN $172
12. Rapid City, SD $164
For the full results of the survey,check: http://www.chicagohotels.org/press/midwest2017.html
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