Aspen lodging ranked No. 1 most expensive
The finding comes from an analysis of 30 ski resorts. Cheaphotels.org ranked the resorts by conducting a survey examining the minimum cost of a three-star hotel room or higher at or near the resorts.
The average nightly stay in Aspen will cost $241 this spring, according to the report.
Lodging in the second and third-most expensive ski towns — California's Olympic Valley and in Utah's Alta and Snowbird areas — will cost an average $239 and $236, respectively.
Colorado resorts filled out the remaining top 10:
4. Breckenridge, $223
5. Vail, $214
6. Snowmass, $212
7. Telluride, $204
8. Keystone, $203
9. Beaver Creek, $199
10. Copper Mountain, $192
At $136, Steamboat Springs ranked No. 14. Crested Butte ranked 15th at $134, the least expensive of the state's resorts.
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