BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Martha's Vineyard, an island located south of Cape Cod in Massachusetts, is the 2nd most expensive summer destination in the United States, according to the latest survey conducted by CheapHotels.org.
The survey compared all U.S. destinations based on their cost of lodging during the month of August 2019. It bears mentioning that only hotels or inns rated at least 3 stars and located close to the beach or in the city center were considered.
At an average rate of $284 per night for the most affordable double room, Martha's Vineyard takes the 2nd spot ranking. The priciest US summer destination is Montauk on Long Island, at an average of $342 per night.
The podium is completed by Cannon Beach, a small coastal city in northwest Oregon, at an average of $265 per night. Nantucket and Rehoboth Beach, two more destinations located in New England, made it into the Top 10, at average rates of $241 and $221 per night for the least expensive double room.
The following table shows the 10 most expensive summer destinations in the United States. The prices shown reflect the average rate for each destination's cheapest available double room for the time period spanning August 1–31, 2019.
1. Montauk (NY) $342
2. Martha's Vineyard (MA) $284
3. Cannon Beach (OR) $265
4. Santa Monica (CA) $262
5. Saratoga Springs (NY) $254
6. Cape May (NJ) $254
7. Long Beach Island (NJ) $244
8. Nantucket (MA) $241
9. Rehoboth Beach (DE) $241
10. Portland (ME) $221
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