>Study shows Myrtle Beach hotel prices better high

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>In a down economy, many hotels in Myrtle Beach and beyond have been slashing rates to lure customers. But a study released last week says price-cutting doesn’t pay.
Although hotels that dropped prices saw an increase in occupancy, that increase was not enough to offset revenue losses caused by the lower rates, according to a study released by The Center for Hospitality Research at Cornell University. In general, the study said keeping prices above the competition is best for the bottom line

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