Compared with other cities in the Boulder Valley and Northern Colorado, Estes Park hotels were the least-occupied but still most-expensive during January.
Average daily rates in the mountain town at the edge of Rocky Mountain National Park were $150.36 last month, and the occupancy rate was 21.9%, according to the most recent Rocky Mountain Lodging Report compiled by the Colorado Hotel and Lodging Association.
Boulder was the next most-expensive city for hotels, with average January rates of $135.99. For the month, Boulder hotels were 55.4% occupied.
To the east along the U.S. 36 corridor, average daily rates were $112.32, and the occupancy rate was 56.4%.
Visitors to Loveland paid an average rate of $111.42. Hotels were 53.4% full last month.
In Longmont, the average daily rate for January was $102.34, and the occupancy figure was 35.9%.
Fort Collins travelers paid an average of $101.56 per night, and hotels in the city were 48.1% occupied
Greeley hotels were not only full, but comparably affordable. Prices averaged $94.63, and the occupancy rate was 61.7%.
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