If you were asked to name the most expensive hotel in the U.S., you’d probably choose a posh hotel in one of the big cities like New York, but a new survey reveals one of the priciest locations is in Saratoga, Wyoming.

A survey by Luxury-Hotels.com finds the Brush Creek Ranch in Saratoga is one of the most expensive hotels in the U.S., based on the average daily price for a standard double room for the period spanning June through September 2012. Folks pay, on average, $1,770 per night at Brush Creek. And that’s based on double occupancy.

Here are the ten most expensive hotels in the U.S., according to Luxury-Hotels.com:

  • The Ranch at Rock Creek - Philipsburg, Montana, $2,279
  • The Point - Lake Placid, New York, $1,848
  • Brush Creek Ranch - Saratoga, Wyoming, - $1,770
  • Twin Farms - Barnard, Vermont, - $1,698
  • Mii Amo - Sedona, Arizona, $1,560
  • Firehole Ranch - West Yellowstone, Montana, $1,414
  • Amangiri - Canyon Point, Utah, $1,284
  • Auberge du Soleil - Rutherford, California, $1,085
  • The Villa by Barton G - Miami Beach, Florida, $1,056
  • The Resort at Paws Up - Greenough, Montana, $1,021