The World's Most Expensive Cities For Room Service

March 31st, 2015
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from Felix Richter,
by Niall McCarthy

Which cities worldwide have the highest prices for hotel room service?

Follow up:

According to a survey conducted by Tripadvisor, you should avoid Helsinki if you're staying in a hotel on a tight budget. Room service in the Finnish capital is scandalously expensive with a simple club sandwich costing $38. If you get thirsty and decide to open the minibar, water will cost you $6.40 while peanuts come in at $12. Norway’s capital Oslo is well known for its high prices and it comes in second – a club sandwich in a hotel there will cost $29.40. Seoul rounds off the top three with average room service items adding up to $73.31.

This chart shows international cities with the highest room service costs in 2014 (U.S. dollars).

Infographic: The World's Most Expensive Cities For Room Service | Statista
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