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Priceline Hotel: 2.5* Seattle (Lynnwood - Edmonds) Courtyard

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Managed to win on a room at the Lynnwood Marriott Courtyard on the long weekend.

Check-In Date: Friday, September 2, 2005

Check-Out Date: Sunday, September 4, 2005

Hotel Name: Courtyard By Marriott Seattle North Lynnwood

Your Offer Price: $36.00

Number of Rooms: 1

Number of Nights: 2

Subtotal: $72.00

Taxes and Service Fees: $17.82

Total Charges: $89.82

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Thank you for sharing your win with the board.

Looks like a nice, inexpensive, deal you got! Was this your first bid in the zone?

Enjoy your stay.

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No, it was my second bid at $36. I've started with $32 and added Lake Union for my free bid. Never stayed at Marriott Courtyard. Stayed at the Bellevue Coast a few weeks ago and hoping it's comparable. Courtyard in Lynnwood is closer to the Premium Outlet in Marysville.

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I did reviews for my two stays at the Courtyard last year (they are in the reviews section). Good property, clean rooms, high-speed internet connection in the room (wireless was spotty, but the wired version worked great). Don't eat breakfast there, though. There are lots of places along the "main drag" that are cheaper and better.

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mikkirm, I've read your reviews prior to bidding. You are right there is a lot places in the area. Looking forward to the stay. My called last night for a non-smoking room, fridge, and 2 queen bed room. The clerk was really nice.

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