The number of rooms in hotel rooms is about twice as high now as it was 20 years ago, according to a new study.
This is despite the fact that the majority of people now live in urban areas, the study found.
Researchers analysed the data from the Consumer Price Index, a measure of prices of a broad range of goods and services, including hotel rooms.
This study looked at hotel rooms from 1998 to 2015 and looked at whether or not a change in the way people lived changed how much money was being spent on the rooms.
The study also looked at the impact of changes in housing conditions, as well as changes in the cost of living.
What the study finds The number and rate of rooms changed by about 4 per cent between 1998 and 2015, but not in every case.
What we learned The average room in a hotel has about half the room that it used to.
The average cost per room is higher today than it was then.
This means that the average cost of a room is about 1.7 times higher than it used in 1998.
This may be because of changes to housing conditions in urban and rural areas, as some places are better at housing people than others, the researchers said.
There was no change in how people spent their money on hotel rooms between 1998 to 2016.
The findings are published in the Journal of Consumer Research.
The authors say that while the data suggests that hotels are getting more expensive, there is a lot more room left for people to rent out rooms.
“If the majority (of people) are living in urban centres, then they can get a much more affordable accommodation,” said Professor David Prentice from the University of Sydney.
He said that there is still room to make room for people who are staying longer in hotels. “
There’s still room for more people to stay in hotels.”
He said that there is still room to make room for people who are staying longer in hotels.
He said the study showed that it is a mistake to blame hotel prices on demand.
“What we really need to focus on is the role of demand in the hotel industry,” he said.
The report suggests that some of the rise in hotel prices is due to changes to the way that people are living, but also because of changing consumer behaviour, and the impact on prices.
This includes people staying longer than they would have if they were living at home.
The researchers say that the more people are spending money on a hotel room, the higher the price will be.
“We see evidence that there’s a bit of a mismatch between demand and supply,” said Mr Prentice.
The researchers suggest that hotels need to develop new technologies to make rooms more affordable, and to ensure that people have a choice about whether to stay longer. “
This mismatch leads to a rise in the price.”
The researchers suggest that hotels need to develop new technologies to make rooms more affordable, and to ensure that people have a choice about whether to stay longer.
“Some of these technologies that we’re developing, we’re hoping to be able to implement by 2020,” he explained.
“For example, we’ve got an electronic booking system in Australia, which will let you pay online or by phone to book your rooms.”
This may help make hotel rooms less expensive for more families, Mr Prentices said.
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