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budd99

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  1. Ya, I've noticed too. Maybe some hotels charge differently if you have more adults? All I need are 2 double beds (we will be 4 though), has anybody ever tried entering 2 adults to get different results, and then calling the hotel for two double beds?
  2. Ya, I put in 4 adults, 0 children, 1 room. Once the results appeared, I checked 4 stars and up only. Did it now, got 123$ per night again, same result.
  3. 4-star hotel in Century City - Westwood $123 per night (quad occupancy) Fitness Center Pool(s) Restaurant(s) Business Center High-speed Internet Access Golf Nearby Tennis Nearby Travel information: 8.2 miles to Los Angeles Intl. (LAX) My educated guess would be the Inter-Continental, this would be great, but I'd like to run this by you guys first, seeing as though I've never booked through hotwire, and would like a little bit more reassurance. I'm willing to take the risk though.
  4. I will be staying in Boston the 25th and 26th of July (two nights). I would like a 4* hotel in the Copley square area, can anybody suggest a bidding strategy? I've never used priceline, but I know more or less how it works with the bidding. I would be happy with something in the 100-120 dollar range. Thanks!
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