United States Hotels
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Most popular destinations in United States
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- Houston (Tx) Hotels price from 41 €
- San Antonio (Tx) Hotels price from 162 €
- San Diego (Ca) Hotels price from 137 €
- Atlanta (Ga) Hotels price from 97 €
- Las Vegas (Nv) Hotels price from 112 €
- Austin (Tx) Hotels price from 70 €
- Boston (Ma) Hotels price from 111 €
- Fort Lauderdale (Fl) Hotels price from 83 €
- Denver (Co) Hotels price from 145 €
- Dallas (Tx) Hotels price from 161 €
- New Orleans (La) Hotels price from 82 €
- Washington (Dc) Hotels price from 111 €
- Miami (Fl) Hotels price from 95 €
- Anaheim (Ca) Hotels price from 69 €
- Charlotte (Nc) Hotels price from 76 €
- Phoenix (Az) Hotels price from 62 €
- Indianapolis (In) Hotels price from 101 €
- Albuquerque (Nm) Hotels price from 61 €
The United States is the world's third or fourth largest nation by total area, ranking behind Russia and Canada and just above or below China. The ranking varies depending on how two territories disputed by China and India are counted and how the total size of the United States is measured: calculations range from 3,676,486 square miles to 3,717,813 square miles to 3,794,101 square miles. Measured by only land area, the United States is third in size behind Russia and China, just ahead of Canada.
The United States, with its large size and geographic variety, includes most climate types. To the east of the 100th meridian, the climate ranges from humid continental in the north to humid subtropical in the south. The southern tip of Florida is tropical, as is Hawaii. The Great Plains west of the 100th meridian are semi-arid. Much of the Western mountains are alpine. The climate is arid in the Great Basin, desert in the Southwest, Mediterranean in coastal California, and oceanic in coastal Oregon and Washington and southern Alaska.
English is the de facto national language. Although there is no official language at the federal level, some laws such as U.S. naturalization requirements standardize English. In 2010, about 230 million, or 80% of the population aged five years and older, spoke only English at home. Spanish, spoken by 12% of the population at home, is the second most common language and the most widely taught second language.
The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution guarantees the free exercise of religion and forbids Congress from passing laws respecting its establishment. Christianity is by far the most common religion practiced in the U.S., but other religions are followed, too.