Moscow is not only the most expensive city in the world, but is also the city where room rents in hotels are the most expensive. The city puts other world cities like Tokyo and Paris to shame, while it demands some of the highest occupancy rates ever in the world. New York, Paris and Hong Kong were defeated by Moscow in terms of room rent, and even beat Geneva, which held the unenviable second position.
In Moscow, an average room costs $408 where as in Geneva it costs $316.36. Hong Kong grabbed the third place with $313.98 per day and that is quite surprising too. Paris and New York held the 5th place with $313.21 and $308.45 respectively. Washington D.C., Zurich, Abu Dhabi, Stockholm and Oslo are some of the other cites that featured in the top 10 list.
San Francisco, Abu Dhabi, Rome, Copenhagen and Dubai showed reductions in room fare and tariffs too, and this also reveal that people are looking for more affordable accommodations. The recession might have left the economic world, but it still continues to haunt every nook and corner.
Via: Easy Destination