Minn. Hotel Room Service Ranks 4th Cheapest

Updated: 03/20/2013 1:51 PM KSTP.com By: Maricella Miranda

Afraid to splurge on room service during your hotel stay in Minnesota? Well, don't worry about it.

A comparison of room service costs at hotels in cities across the United States shows that Minnesota ranks fourth among the cheapest, according to the travel company TripAdvisor.

In Minnesota, a club sandwich, a bottle of water, peanuts, a can of Coke, a mini bottle of vodka and dry cleaning for one shirt will cost you an estimated $48 at a hotel.

That's compared to paying an estimated $65 at hotels in Honolulu - the most expensive of the cities, and $40 in Denver - the cheapest of the cities, TripAdvisor reports.

The company also ranks the best value and most expensive international cities as part of its TripIndex Room Service 2013 report. The costs comparisons are of common incidental items and services that many travelers purchase when staying at a hotel.

The prices were quoted from top-rated, 4-star hotels.

Click here for the full report of U.S. cities. Click here for the full report of international cities.

Source: Room service costs by city according to TripAdvisor's TripIndex Room Service report.