The average American spends about $1,000 per year on lodging, according to research firm Experian.
That’s up from about $600 in 2016 and about $400 in 2015.
The most popular hotel rooms have a higher average price per night than any other room on the market, according a new report from the consulting firm.
Craigslist.com, the site that hosts many of the listings, said it has received more than 10 million requests to remove the ads since it started working with Experian to update the site’s algorithm in October.
It is still not 100 percent accurate, the firm said.
Some hotels are selling rooms for as little as $600 a night.
Other places, like a $300-a-night suite at the Hotel Indigo in New York City, have advertised for rooms for less than $300.
CraigsList.com does not report a percentage of the rooms it ranks as available, instead relying on an algorithm that ranks all available rooms.
Experian did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The company said its algorithm is designed to make the site “as accurate as possible.”
Craigslist is one of the few major sites that allows people to book rooms for free online, though it is one place where some hotels say they have a hard time finding rooms.
Some have advertised their rooms for $100,000 or more.
The hotel industry has long been pushing to give more flexibility to hotel owners, saying that people can find the rooms they want on the site.