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NEW YORK STILL COSTLIEST CITY FOR BUSINESS TRAVEL…

Posted on 12 April 2010

┬áIf you can afford to stay in New York, you can afford to stay anywhere. The 2010 rankings for the most expensive cities for business travelers put New York at the top again, with the average daily cost for food, hotel and car rental total $622. The results come from the annual survey of hotel, restaurant and car rental costs by Business Travel News, a publication for business travel managers, of 100 U.S. travel destinations. New York topped the list last year and in 2008 as well. White Plains, N.Y., and Detroit inched up in the list, with hotel and car rental rates rising in both cities. Las Vegas, on the other hand, dropped on the list. Last year, Sin City ranked as the nation’s most expensive city to visit. It fell to 45th this year, below such cities as Oakland, Cleveland and Pittsburgh. Honolulu ranked ninth in the 2009 survey but dropped to 20th this year, below Minneapolis, Austin and Detroit.

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