Best Lodging for Less Than $70 Per Night

Whether you’re looking for a traditional hotel experience or a more adventurous solution, we’ve got your shoestring travel needs covered. Farnoosh Torabi recently spoke with Budget Travel magazine for their top lodging picks for less than $70 per night. Read the article here.

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