If you're thinking about ordering a club sandwich through room service in New York City, perhaps you should think again. The graph below by Dadaviz's Jody Sieradzki charts the average price of a sandwich, water, peanuts, soda and vodka through hotel room service and mini bars, using data from TripAdvisor.


All of the charges are pretty exorbitant, but especially in New York City, Las Vegas and Honolulu. A club sandwich costs an average of $24 in New York City, while a vodka is nearly $17. A bottle of water is the most expensive in Los Angeles ($6.80), and a package of peanuts can set you back nearly $13 in Boston.

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