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Hotwire Hotel: Need Help Booking 4* Downtown Disney

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First time poster so I'll try and include everything!

Traveling 3/29 - 4/5 at $118 per night. 85% recommended. 4.5 out of 5 on trip advisor.

Amenities:

Resort

Free Parking

Free Internet

2 Bedroom Suite

Fully-equipped Kitchen

Washer and Dryer in Room

Fitness Center

Pool(s)

Restaurant(s)

24-hour Front Desk

High-Speed Internet Access

Spa Services

Accessible for the blind

Accessible for the deaf

In-room accessibility

Accessible bathroom

Handicapped parking

Roll-in shower

Condo

Thank you!

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Cgill24

Welcome to BetterBidding :)

I agree with afbelchior, best guess would be Lake Buena Vista Resort Village & Spa.

Please remember to use the PRICELINE and HOTWIRE links on the board and let us know how it goes or if we can be of further help with this stay.

Yellowdog.

PS. please remember to follow-up this thread with whatever you end up doing for this trip, even if you don't use PRICELINE or HOTWIRE, cancel the trip, book direct, etc.

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Haven't used Priceline before, so not sure how to go about getting a 4* resort in Downtown Disney. I would like to stay at the Wyndham Grand Orlando, but not sure how much to bid. I saw all the 4* hotels/resorts listed on Priceline in that area and I think the prices vary significantly. If I bid too low I assume they'll just put me in a room that matches what I'm bidding, is that correct?

Please help!

Thanks

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You cannot bid for a specific property - if you bid for 4* in a particular zone, you have to be willing to accept any 4* in the zone. If you bid too low, your bid will be rejected by the service.

What would be your desired budget per night for this stay? Would be the Wyndham be the only acceptable hotel or would any 4* in the zone be acceptable?

Thank you for using the board's HOTWIRE or PRICELINE links to start your purchases and searches.

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