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Hotel check-in after midnight?

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Hi All

My schedule will see me arrive into New York at approximately 1-1:30am. I see that PL offers a guaranteed late checkin until midnight. How would this work in my situation? Would each hotel differ? Would I need to inform the respective hotel prior to arrival or would it not matter?

Thanks in advance,

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Late Check-in: As with any hotel reservation, we suggest that you contact the hotel if you plan to arrive late in the day. If you are going to be delayed or find that you cannot check-in to your hotel on the date you requested, you should contact the hotel to let them know. If you don't check-in to the hotel on the first day of your reservation, and you do not alert the hotel in advance, the remaining portion of your reservation will be canceled and you will not be entitled to a refund. Calling the hotel to make them aware of the delay will help to secure your room.

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