New York (or San Francisco or Chicago) on $20 a day — how times have changed. Twenty bucks will scarcely cover the overnight valet at a good hotel these days. In many cases, even standard chain rooms seem to be priced for the One-Percenters, and as for luxury suites — forget about it. That said, traveling on a budget doesn't have to mean bedbugs and brick wall views. In some of the country's most popular destinations, as well as off the beaten path, GAYOT has found comfortable, affordable and even stylish options. Not only have their rates earned them a place on our list of Top 10 Hotels Under $150 in the U.S., many also provide an abundance of freebies, including Wi-Fi, breakfast, bike usage, area shuttles and more.