Survey: The Most Expensive Summer Destinations In Utah


One thing is for certain: We have a Bea-UTAH-ful state! One can get lost for the entire Summer exploring our great Beehive state. What's ironic is for how long I have been living here, I still haven't even seen Zion National Park, Bryce and others. Cheaphotels.org recently conducted a survey that included 20 Summer destination spots. Which were the most expensive and which were most affordable?

The methodology according to cheaphotels.org: It was based on 20 destinations and the number travelers. Then they considered average price for the cheapest available double room for the time period spanning August 1-31, 2021 in each city. Only centrally located hotels or inns rated at least 3 stars were considered. Rates were established in end-July based on research conducted on the hotel comparison website Kayak. They are ranked Have a look at the list below and read more of their article HERE.

  1. Moab $173
  2. Springdale $170
  3. Midway $155
  4. Park City $126
  5. Provo $125
  6. Monticello $124
  7. Green River $114
  8. Lehi $114
  9. Torrey $112
  10. Salt Lake City $110
  11. Escalante $110
  12. Ogden $108
  13. Logan $107
  14. Tropic $107
  15. Cedar City $101
  16. Vernal $99
  17. Kanab $95
  18. Hurricane $89
  19. Panguitch $79
  20. St. George $75

(Story courtesy cheaphotels.org / Photos credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP via Getty Images)

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View of the Courthouse Tower in the Arches National Park near Moab, Utah on April 22, 2018. - The park which has over 2000 arches that were formed over 100 million years by a combination of water, ice, extreme temperatures and underground salt movement. (Photo by Mark Ralston / AFP) (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP via Getty Images)

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