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  1. 2 nights in Seattle Mar 7 & 8. In the past, I usually got 4 stars in the Space Needle or Pike Place area. The winning bids were between $70-85. I did that for the past 4 years, same weekend. If I can get 5 stars for $100, I'd do that! Granted, we're going to an all day event (9am - 10pm), so we're not really staying in the hotel that much.
  2. Yes, I'll be going to the Seattle area in March. I was just wondering if anyone successfully bid for a 5 stars in the Seattle area. In the past, the highest stars in the Seattle area (thru PRICELINE Bidding) was only 4 stars.
  3. I just found out Priceline now offers 5 stars hotel in name your own price for the Seattle Pike Place area. Do you know which hotels are these? Thanks.
  4. Use the PRICELINE link here and got this for $120. I guess it's OK. I was hoping for the Venetian.
  5. This cannot be a 5 star hotel. There is no 5 star hotel in Tacoma even if you pay full price! Nothing even close to 4 stars in the Tacoma area.
  6. Use the PRICELINE link here and got this hotel for $85.(3 rooms) With tax, it comes to about $100/night.
  7. Stayed here in Jan 18, 2013 for 1 night. The rooms were redecorated (basically, different paint color and wall paper). Great location. Right downtown, across from the Central library. The parking is expensive. Including tax, it's $48.
  8. Use the link here and got this hotel for $100US + tax = $240.36 (USD)
  9. I used the 5-stars re-bidding strategy, starting at $150 with $5 increase on each re-bid. Got this hotel for $175. Not too much of a saving as you can get the same hotel for about $200-210 at other hotel booking websites. Of course, I used the PRICELINE link from this website to bid.
  10. First try using the PRICELINE link here.
  11. Room Cost (avg. per room, per night): $100.00 (USD) Number of Rooms: 1 Number of Nights: 1 Room Subtotal: $100.00 (USD) Taxes and Fees: $23.48 (USD) Total Room Cost: $123.48 (USD) (All prices are in US dollars) Of course, I used the PRICELINE link on the site to bid.
  12. Stayed for 2 nights at the Pan Pacific. Definitely a 4 star hotel. Facilities and Services: Free wi-fi Coffee maker in the room (NO microwave) 24 hours gym access, including a big co-ed hot tub. The gym is on a separate building across from the hotel. You do have to walk outside (about 15-20 seconds) to get to the gym. Minor inconvenience as Seattle does have a high possibility of raining. Free newspaper. A mini fridge/bar stuffed with drinks for sale. It does have a 'little' personal space for you to use. Room size and comfort I was told the usual Priceline bidding room is a queen-sized-bed room. For $20 upgrade, you could get a bigger room with better view. I got a free upgrade to the King-sized-bed. No complain there. Big bathroom. Soaking tub and a separate glass shower stall. The hotel is very quiet as it is away from the downtown area. Very nice room. Bright and clean. Updated decor. Location and parking It is right on top of Whole Foods. You can walk down the stairs to get there. There is a Starbucks and Bank of America on the street level. Lots of little shops on the street level too. You have free 30 minutes parking in front of the hotel/shops. Lots of street parking available near the hotel. It is further away from downtown so street parking is not a problem. It is still walking distance to downtown (about 15 mins walk)
  13. For 2 nights Room Subtotal: $136.00 Taxes & Fees: $30.38 Total Charged to Card: $166.38 This will be my first time staying at the Pan Pacific. I cannot wait. Of course, I used the PRICELINE link from this Forum to bid. :)