Hotels around San Francisco International Airport have been flooded with passengers whose flights were delayed or canceled because of the Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crash Saturday, and some hotels appeared to be charging higher rates because of the wreck, according to the NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit. Some rooms were advertised online for up to $1,200 Saturday night, but normally cost $100 to $200. Just about every hotel the Unit called was sold out. A one night stay at the Best Western in South San Francisco was advertised after the crash for $999, but it is listed at $140 to $150 over the next month. When the Unit contacted other hotels, they said people who need a room bad enough will pay it.