The American Hotel Association ranks the best hotels in the U.S. and offers tips to help you find the perfect one for you.
The rankings, released Tuesday, are based on reviews of more than 100,000 reviews from American travelers.
The AHA lists hotels on its website, but the rankings also include reviews from travelers at major U.K. travel companies, as well as a list of hotels in cities that also rank in the top 10.
The top hotels in each state are then ranked from 1 to 10, with the top hotels from each state getting the most votes.
The hotels in New York City and Washington, D.C., come in at No. 3 and No. 4, respectively.
The highest ranking hotel is the Four Seasons in Los Angeles, with a ranking of No. 6.
A hotel in Austin, Texas, came in at Nos.
5 and 6, with hotel ratings in both cities rated at 9.3 and 9.4 stars.
The hotel ratings are for the average price and room rate per night, not the actual room.
The ratings were developed using a combination of hotel reviews and data from the American Travel Association, which compiles and distributes the ratings.
It does not include reviews by guests, guests’ reviews or hotel reviews of other travelers.
AHA President Scott Bricker said the ratings are “based on the best and most comprehensive data available to the AHA to measure and compare hotels across the country.”
The AAH is a trade association representing the travel industry, including hotels, motels, motocampuses, convention centers and golf courses.
The organization said it will release the rankings next week.
The American Travel Alliance said in a statement: “The AHA’s rankings provide a valuable source of information on which to compare hotel performance across all of the major U,S.
cities and states.
For more than a century, the AAA has served the traveling community with unbiased information and guidance that helps travelers plan their travel experiences.”
The American Airlines ratings are based in part on reviews from passengers, but they are not necessarily representative of the hotels that are available.
The airline said that ratings are influenced by factors such as the average number of nights per week that travelers stay in the hotel, the number of days per week they are in the area, and the quality of service.