Seasonal hotel rates are often so high, it can make you actually rethink the idea of taking a vacation. The monthly average daily rate of hotels in the United States increased year-on-year since 2011.
Every year, 45% of Americans will take a vacation…and this is just in the summer months. The US Travel Association gives a wider view of the travel data revealing that direct spending on leisure travel totaled $650.8 billion in 2015 by both domestic and international travelers.
One of the main reasons people are reluctant to go on a holiday vacation is because they can’t afford the crazy prices. Airfare prices can especially be astronomical. But great deals are easier to find than you may think.