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  1. Can you confirm these rebid zones? I read that someone was stuck with a resort so I want to make sure they are correct. When bidding for 4.5*, the rebid zones are: Brooklyn Chelsea Empire State Building Hells Kitchen Long Island City Lower East Side Madison Square Garden Queensborough Bridge Upper East Side Upper West Side When bidding for 4*, the rebid zones are: Long Island City Lower East Side Queensborough Bridge Upper East Side Upper West Side Thanks.
  2. Here is the complete list of amenities: Resort Free Parking Free Internet Indoor pool(s) Airport Shuttle Smoke Free Rooms Fitness Center Pool(s) Restaurant(s) Business Center High-Speed Internet Access Golf Nearby Tennis Nearby Spa Services Accessible path of travel In-room accessibility Wheelchair accessible Accessible bathroom Handicapped parking Roll-in shower
  3. Free Parking Free Internet Resort Indoor Pool Airport shuttle Smoke free rooms Fitness Center Pool(s) Restaurant(s) 4 star The place was ok and there was free internet as advertised. The fitness center is pretty good too. Ate at Charlie's Pub for breakfast and it was ok too.
  4. Just stayed at Shoreham on a winning priceline bid two weeks ago. Location is great if you like Central Park. I found out that they are quite strict with the check in time. It's only after 15:00. Other hotels I stayed at had no problems giving me a room around 12:00-13:00!
  5. It's a hit and miss. I booked a hotel via HOTWIRE specifying 3 ppl. I got a King size bed at Hyatt but they managed to change it to 2 double beds. I got Waldorf via PRICELINE and they gave 2 double beds. Had two separate bids and both of them, I got double beds. So, i think it depends on the hotel and availabilities.
  6. It's accepted but did you win the bid? If so, which hotel did you get for 75$ and which zone is it in? You won't win the bid with prices that low.
  7. Hi, I'm not sure how you can get these 4 or 5 * hotels at these low prices. Just to give you an idea, i bid for 4* for october 1st to october 3rd up to $290 with no luck.
  8. Thanks for the info. I did notice that New Yorker was on the bed bug registry back in 2011 but not in 2012 based on reviews. Hence I was a bit reluctant to consider New Yorker.
  9. Thanks, will keep looking around. This is for 2 ppl. Is New Yorker a "nice" hotel?
  10. Just won The Shoreham Hotel for $257 using PRICELINE, staying 1 night on Sept 27. I checked the reviews and there are some hits and misses. Hopefully, we don't have any problem since it's a 4*.
  11. Hi, Can you help me identify that 4* Hotel Midtown East Oct 1 - Oct 3. $305 Recommended in 70% of Hotwire customer reviews Amenities:Fitness Center, Restaurant, Business Center, HighSpeed Internet, Accessible for deaf/blind, Accessible path of travel, In room accessibility, Accessible bathroom, Roll-in shower. Thanks!
  12. ok, thx for the link to MAPS and HOTELS.com. I'll keep trying and post it here if i find something.
  13. Under my Trips, amenities only show the following: This Hotel features the following amenities: Fitness Center Guests have access to exercise equipment; an additional charge may apply. 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. High-Speed Internet Access Guestrooms are equipped with high-speed Internet access; an extra charge may apply.
  14. Thanks for the advice. I've tried with no luck, Last attempted price was $295. It's interesting that i was able to get the next 3 days for $180. So, is it difficult to get 1 day vs 3days (sept27-28)?
  15. Yes, i've tried $260 for both Midtown East and Midtown West. My max would be at $280 or so. Thanks for the links you provided.
  16. Hi, I've tried bidding for a 4* in Midtown (East/Central) The dates I need are: - Sept 27 to Sept 28 (1night) - October 1 to October 3 (2 nights) I've already secured sept 28 to October 1 per previous post on forum. I kept increasing my bids and have been unsuccessful with $260. How much should I expect to pay? Can I ask if priceline prices do go down? i.e. if I try tomorrow, should I start with a higher price or could a lower price work too? Or does it mean that all the priceline places are already booked? Thanks!
  17. awesome, can you let us know how waldorf is? I'm heading there a few days after you.
  18. Thanks for the heads up, i was able to secure Waldorf again for Sept28-Oct1 (3 nights) for $180 per night. Now, I have to look for the other nights. if you find a deal on these nights, let me know.
  19. Thanks, is it more difficult to get a 6-night stay sept27-oct3? If I get anything under $200 in Midtown East NYC, I would take it. Or should I break it down into 2 3 night stays?
  20. Got this deal just a few minutes ago for $180 - 4* New York Midtown East - Waldorf Astoria - sept 28-30 I'm trying to find another one for Sept 27 to October 2 but bid up to $200 to no avail.
  21. Got Grand Hyatt New York at $294 for 28th-30th Sept for 3 adults. Amenities were: Fitness Center Restaurant(s) Business Center High-Speed Internet Access
  22. Hi, Need Help ID this hotel. Cost is $212 per night for stay Sept28 to Sept 30 2012. Amenities: Fitness Center, Restaurant(s), Business Center, High-Speed Internet Access, Tennis Nearby Thanks!
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