I did use the PRICELINE link to make the purchase. I have no idea what we did on the Chicago trip! Sorry about dropping that ball. I know we stayed somewhere but not sure if we didn't end up booking directly.
Also won the Galt on 6-2 for one night (6-16.) One bid $50. Don't know if I could have done better as it was my first bid. But I'm very happy with this buy as it works perfectly for this trip. It was a 3.5*. I used the Priceline BetterBidding link.
Bid $47 for one night for a 3 star in the Airport zone. PriceLine countered with the special opportunity to buy the room for $58. I declined and rebid adding zones that didn't have a 3* hotel offered in them by $1 increments. My bid was accepted at $51. (I did not use the PRICELINE link from this site as I was not thinking. )
Actually we are going to buy two rooms. One for the girls (there are 3 girls but accommodations for two will be fine) and one for the two parents. (Like Ikea, actually ate breakfast at one the last time we were in Chicago.) Thanks again for your help.
Thanks for the offer Aaron. Taking my teenage daughter and some of her friends for a concert at the Rosemont on Saturday night June 2nd. In a perfect world I'd like the Aloft which has a nice vibe and is nearby but I'm not stuck on one area. We will also be going to Arlington Racetrack on Saturday afternoon so we're very flexible in terms of where we end up. Your thoughts are appreciated. Breakfast included would be a nice perk. Thanks again.
3.5* 100% Positive Reviews - Northbrook - Mt Prospect (The listing is not being offered right now but it was this morning? Perhaps they don't like the attention!) Free Parking <amenity names only please... not descriptions> Fitness Center Guests have access to exercise equipment; an additional charge may apply. Pool(s) Property offers at least one pool area; hours and dates of operation may be seasonal. Restaurant(s) Property offers at least one restaurant on the premises; hours and days of operation may vary. Business Center Guests have access to business equipment and services; an additional charge may apply. Laundry Facilities (self-service) <amenity names only please... not descriptions> High-Speed Internet Access Guestrooms are equipped with high-speed Internet access; an extra charge may apply.
Curious if anyone has ever seen this situation. I'm looking for a couple of rooms in Chicago for one night June 2nd. When I put in just one room I get offered a 3.5* hotel with 100% Hotwire recommendations (I think there are only two reviews) this hotel is not yet identified on this site. The problem is that when I put in two rooms the hotel is not offered. Can anyone advise why the hotel has this strategy? I'm thinking of buying one room and then going back and trying to buy another one but the obvious risks are a concern. Thanks for any insights you can offer. $59 per room per night Northbrook - Glenview - Mt. Prospect area hotel Recommended in 100 % of Hotwire customer reviews
Good price for a Saturday night at the Venetian. Using my Entertainment Book rebate for another $20 so that will take care of the dang resort fee! Hotel Rate per night: $124.00 Nights: 1 Rooms: 1 Tax recovery charges & fees: $23.50 Subtotal: $147.50 Trip total: $147.50
I've got the 4* Hotel Mela @ $269 or the just opened 6 Columbus Circle for $302 (Both have REALLY small rooms and views are probably non existent) or the Embassy Suites in the financial district for $290 a night. All as back-ups. So i don't think I'm ready to bid $315 for an unknown. That is a really good price for te Affinia, very highly rated, thanks for the tip. If I bid for a HOTWIRE hotel I will certainly use the above mentioned link. Thanks again.
Hotwire is offering a 4.5* in the Beverly Hills, Westwood, Century City group. The amenities indicate it is either on a golf course or within walking distance of a golf course. Any ideas on what property is being offered?