Travel agents are having a tough time finding places to stay in major American cities, and it’s not just because they have a busy year ahead of them.

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is issuing a new “Hotel Vacancy Survey” every year that aims to gauge the number of hotel rooms available and how much they cost.

The bureau has found that while the number and quality of hotels has improved in recent years, the availability of hotel room space in cities has actually declined.

A couple of years ago, a major hotel in Atlanta went under in one of the biggest hotel disasters in U.N. history.

The hotel’s owners had planned to move their entire staff out of the hotel and move to another property in downtown Atlanta.

But the move proved to be financially unfeasible, so the owners went into receivership and eventually wound up closing down the hotel.

According to a 2016 report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average cost of a hotel room in the U. S. was $1,737 in 2016, up from $1.1 million in 2007.

That’s an increase of more than $40,000 since 2007.

The new survey also finds that the average hotel room cost is $4,066 in Las Vegas, up $3,700 from a year ago.

That number has remained relatively flat in the last several years.

In Chicago, the median price of a room in a hotel was $2,788 in 2016.

That jumped to $4.1 from $2.7 in 2007, according to the report.

That increase was mainly driven by increases in the average room size and prices for rooms available.

A lot of the growth in room costs has come from people moving to bigger, more expensive cities like New York, Los Angeles and Seattle.

A recent report from the Association of Travel Agents found that the median room price in New York increased from $5,100 to $7,500 from 2015 to 2017.

A hotel room can be an expensive investment, especially if you plan on staying in a city for at least two years.

That means that even if you save up a down payment, you still have to pay the full price for a hotel.

In fact, according the report, the typical stay in a one-bedroom apartment in the top 10 metropolitan areas in the United States costs an average of $1 of the $1 a night the average person pays in hotel room costs in New Jersey and New York.