3 star Ohana Waikiki West , used Express Deals on PRICELINE
Price per night: $69 us
Room Subtotal: $483.00
Taxes & Fees: $87.85
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All prices are in U.S. Dollar. $546.70
im very happy with my winning. some negative review, but are mostly directed at elevator slowness and hotel decoration of its time.
If i wanted a speedy elevatory i would have chosen a business district hotel location, if i wanted a newer contemporary hotel i w
Pam you were too anxious , next time wait till ur closer to the date before booking hidden hotel. right now Holiday inn priceline name ur price $69 and Marriot $76 on a different string, Thank you for posting
tried a few bids and then asked at $82 that i could get it for $20 more. I bit the hook and got the Bellingham Best Western Lakeway Inn for $102 plus taxes =$120us on priceline name your price. when i booked out following day, got a bill for $90 plus taxes $99 total. they said that was priceline bill, not to worry. my bill is actual paid. just for the record, the mattresses and pillows are dead aweful at this hotel and the wallpaper is peeling. we bid on the same day we arrive at the hotel, we won bid at 2pm on priceline and was checked same day at 3pm at the hotel. so i guess they really d
most likely The Alexis Hotel. go for it! not going to get a cheaper rate. Seattle is never a good place to give you great rates like LAX. You could always book near Seatac and take the new subway train from the airport hotels to downtown Seattle. its a nice ride and only $2.50 plus parking is free at most hotels near the airport. post if you do decide to buy on HOTWIRE. thanx
bid for pike place downtwon seattle $100, not accepted added Seattle Needle, increase bid to $105, not accepted for september 23rd, 2011 ill wait september 18 to rebid , should be able to get under $70 for a 4 star rated hotel Westin is not worth paying more than $85, just bid over $85 ahead of time knowing it wouldnt take to participate for betterbidding fans
its June 7th 2011, i tried at 10pm to bid for Seattle downtown (Pike place area) these bids are for September 23rd 2011. i tried $75 not accepted for Seattle downtown i tried $85 not accepted while adding (Brothel) since no 4 star I tried $96 not accepted (Union Lake) since there's no 4 star hotel in that area,, gives me another free bid. i feel for September,, no 4 star hotel like the Westin and Sheraton deserves anything over $85 a night. last minute for the Westin usually goes from as low $65 and around $75 which i won a few times every fall. will try again next month. I did u
united airlines/ air canada have direct flight to Maui and Honolulu , they have seat sales that they advertised every 6 weeks around $420 taxes included.. alsow westjet has direct flights from vancouver... vancouver is only 35 minutes from Bellingham as you already know, but for others on here who don't know. delta airlines also has seats salesfrom vancouver via seattle or los angeles for $440 taxes included.. just keep ur eyes open.. alaska airlines does not participate in huge discounts on priceline name your price. i use cheapoair.com and just check every day usually on wednesday and fr
rich people who book 5 star have too much pride to look for a deal for a 5 star, plus many 5 star don't want the 3.5star ~ 4 star crowd on their properties. not like Princess and Celebrities where they have dropped their prices considerably that every Jerry Springers are now ruining their brand .
i usually win Suv on Priceline "name your price " in any city for $24, but for Long Beach Airport, they wouldn\t take up to $34 which i think is $10 too much for dinky airport . i'm going to shuttle it to a hotel between that airport and Lax then cab it to get an standard Suv at LAX for $24.
4 star (Hollywood beach) The Diplomat in Hollywood beach is the luck of the draw, 80% of the time those will win only the Crown. You'd be amaze how well it is for a hotel. For Ft Lauderdale,, anything between $109 to $125 guarantees you the W Hotel on the beach in Ft Lauderdale Beach. if you want a decent hotel with decent clientele,, try the Pelican Beach resort in Ft lauderdale. i love this place
i was going to try $41 for a 3.5 star for Orange county Anaheim,, but decided i didn't want to have to wait a second to rebid if it wasn't accepted. so i went for $45 for 5 days jul 29th to aug 3 which is a stat long weekend for most Canadians visiting the USA. i read many great positive reviews and was hoping to get this place.. we usually stay at LAX Hilton for $45 but the valet is over priced, the valet guys squeal your new SUV rental tires all the way down 4 level parkade and you wait forever for getting your car plus you have to hand them 2 stupid valet tickets. anyways, no more Hi
we end up staying at the Crown in Hollywood Beach , bid for two nights, had to leave at 11pm first nite,, wife was very sick and drove to Orlando since my folks knew what to do and who to see (the doctor) in Orlando. Crown re-reimburse my credit card two days later. they did charge us for the first nite. i was quite surprise to see re-reimbursement. its really not a bad hotel and pretty good location. Valet are pretty good, i would give them 5 stars. we had done name your price on Priceline. I was hoping to get Westin Diplomat when bidding, after seeing the Crown, i would be ok winning this h
I bid on PRICELINE name your own price, been watching 4 star for Seattle (pike place zone) and was hesitant to bid, not to get the edgewater and knew a good possibility for Westin which i was ok. Didn't care about the valet cost since in other cities its over $30-$35 a-day anyways. It took about 15 minutes for my bid to go thru and finaly the Pan Pacific. I was shocked and happy. I had bad experience in the past getting Best Western dumps in Burlington/Mt Vernon, Washington & the dump Best Western in Ft Myers Florida. I was unhappy with PRICELINE previously winning winning those Best We
Its MARCH BREAK! They sell out or will sell out at their premium asking website. Your too close to bid for a sellout time of the year. keep trying,, ya just never know. Major snowstorms across north america, torrential rains in the westcoast, cruise ships crazy sell off and cruise critic people need hotels including the March breakers.
Trust me, not happy,, twice i have won a Holiday INN and a Crowne Plaza.. what bad luck! both places should have been a 2.5 star and 3 star. How do these places get these type of high ratings? God where is the logistics in that? should have been no more than $45~$55 for these two dumps. won the Crowne Plaza last nite for $101 *4 star, (not Happy) better of unselecting Hollywood Florida. i should have bidded $180 to get the Westin Diplomat & resort. Can't wait to arrive at 2pm to be told i have to wait t'ill 4pm to check in and then given a second floor with a view of the Parking lot
you sure pick the most expensive time to go to Florida.. its March break for 190 million kids who 11% come from the UK, US, CAN, and Europe to Florida. Your going to be so stressed with traffic and having to keep a closer eye on your kids on the beach. you might better off using HOTWIRE secret hotel and pay the price that is shown.. seems that for March break, only high end hotels are offering $195 ~up on priceline name your price. Cheaper to use HOTWIRE for March. you might want to see launch number two of the shuttle since they are only 5 launches left t'ill fall 2010, until all the space
I bid 3 times with 4 star for February 18th to February 20th -- 2nights stay 1st bid $85 Hollywood, Florida 2nd bid $90 Hollywood Fl and Ft Lauderdale Beach 3rd bid increased to $96 with Ft lauderdale Beach, Hollywood Florida, and Pompano Beach No go! failed to win a 4 star Hotwire has a 4 star that was $113 advertising on January 16th now january 19th went up to $119 . its "the Crown" (BOOOOOOOO) The Crown is Bad location and not even close to the beach, you have to walk like Frogger across that crazy traffic to get to the beach. Not worth over $80 per night for any season of the year! I w
The Superbowl in Miami is screwing up all the reservation system outside Orlando for teh month of Febuary, anything south of Orlando including south of Tampa, you will have difficult time. Its seems no good deals until March. I would try Hollywood and ft lauderdale beach 4 star starting at $90 and moving up $10, westin diplomat is $113 4 star. keep us updated if you do win ,
i put in $24 for a suv on Priceline name your price for Orlando airport. and won! I usually only do Hotels, but figured i'd try name your price for a car rental. I usually use Dollar, but they haven't been competitive in last two years now. i picked for feb 6th 9:30pm pick up and return Feb 21st 3:30pm drop off National Car rental MCO- Orlando International standard SUV $24.00 (per day) Total Rental Days: 15 days(14 days and 17 hours) Subtotal: $360.00 Taxes and Fees: $158.50 Total Charges: $518.50 Lowest Published Price: $1367.42 Total Savings:* $848.92 (You saved 62%)
I thought i'd get what people have been winning for a 3 star . I end up winning a 2 star hotel on a 3 star bid. The area is terrible and the beds are very uncomfortable. I stayed here two years ago. Priceline star system , really needs to be updated. Gosh! when i got the email of the Holiday Inn Fort Myers Downtown Historic, i threw up next to my chair in the kitchen. Now i have to get Gavascon and not tell the wife. I'll probably do a no show and book on hotels.ca at the last minute. really disappointed. I can say for smaller towns and cities, name your price sux. In bigger places like Los