The average Vegas hotel room can cost more than $1,000 more than it does when it’s upgraded, according to data from real estate agency IRI.
The average cost of a hotel room has risen by $500 since January 2017, according the Real Estate Institute of America (REIA), but that’s the most significant increase in a year.
A similar increase is expected, as hotels are required to upgrade rooms at a cost of $100.
The IRI’s analysis found that the average cost for upgrades has jumped by $200 in the past year.
That’s more than double the average increase for the past six years.
The most recent data, for 2017, shows that upgrades were expected to cost $1.2 million.
The number of upgrades has been trending downward for the last several years.
In 2017, the average price for upgrades was $800, according data from Realtor.com.
The increase in upgrades was also more than the average for all of 2017, with the most recent increase at $700.
The rate of upgrade increases has dropped in recent years, and the average rate of upgrades was about $500 last year.
According to REIA, upgrades have decreased in a number of areas, but that doesn’t mean hotels are more expensive to rent.
The hotel industry is growing at an impressive rate.
The industry added a record 6.9 million rooms in 2016, up from 4.9 percent in 2015, according REIA.
The REIA’s report also found that hotel room upgrades have been growing at a rate of more than 8 percent a year over the last three years.
As more hotels are upgraded, the cost of rooms stays flat.
The cheapest room in the world is now $1 in 2018, according IRI, and it costs $1 less than $100 in 2017.
The same room was $1 last year, but it’s now $800.