Survey data reveals most expensive night’s stay in Texas: Odessa

By Staff | April 02, 2018

A city at the heart of the world’s hottest, most active shale oil and gas play boasts the most expensive average hotel costs of any in Texas. Through a survey that looked at 13 cities in the Lone Star state with a population of greater than 200,000 along with another 17 that had a population of more than 100,000, Odessa, Texas, featured the highest costs for hotel prices at $186 per night.

For each city, the average price for the cheapest available double room was established for the time period spanning April 1 through April 30, 2018. Only centrally located hotels rated at least 3 stars were considered, according to the survey’s creators. Most Texas cities reach their rate peak during the month of April.

Below is a list of most expensive hotel price averages in Texas.

  1. Odessa $186
  2. Waco $176
  3. Austin $174
  4. Dallas $158
  5. Fort Worth $153
  6. Midland $147
  7. The Woodlands $144
  8. El Paso $134
  9. Beaumont $125
  10. Corpus Christie $124
  11. Amarillo $114
  12. Denton $114
  13. Lubbock $112
  14. San Antonio $112
  15. Houston $107
  16. Arlington $97
  17. Irving $94
  18. Brownsville $94
  19. Round Rock $94
  20. Garland $87
  21. Plano $87
  22. Richardson $86
  23. Wichita Falls $81
  24. College Station $79
  25. Tyler $76
  26. San Angelo $75
  27. Laredo $74
  28. McAllen $74
  29. Abilene $64
  30. Killeen $55

The survey was conducted and completed by cheaphotels.org.