Leaving the popular tourists destinations like Paris and London behind; Geneva, the beautiful Swiss city has topped the charts to be named the most expensive city when it comes to hotel dining. The average cost of enjoying a burger meal, coffee, club sandwich and a glass of red wine in a Geneva hotel comes to an astounding $86.71.
Hotels.com has released the results of its annual Club Sandwich Index (CSI), which ranks cities according to the average price you can expect to pay for that beautiful stack of poultry, bacon, eggs (maybe), lettuce, tomato and mayo in mid- to high-end hotels.
The average prices were calculated from real prices (including taxes and fees) paid by guests for all four menu options in more than 840 five-, four- and three-star hotels in 28 cities, says Hotels.com.
Based on this year's findings, Geneva remains the priciest city for a club sandwich ($30.59) and with an average cost of $86.71 for all four menu options it's also the most expensive destination in which to enjoy a full day hotel dining experience.
Seoul, South Korea offers the most expensive coffee, while despite being one of world’s wine capitals, Paris offers the priciest red wine at 5-star hotels, followed by Hong Kong.
Wondering, which city hotels are the priciest to dine in?
Bogota, Colombia is the most affordable destination to eat a full day of meals of the 28 cities surveyed, with Mexico City and Rio de Janeiro following next.