dragonstar327

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  1. It's all location - some friends and I are running the Richmond marathon/half marathon on November 16, so our first priority is proximity to the finish line/area on Brown's Island. Either the Omni or Delta Hotels Marriott are ideal for that reason (walkable to/from the start/finish), and also have a noon checkout which in prior years we've been able to extend to 1 (so plenty of time post-race to walk back and shower before driving home). They are $319 or $409, respectively, at "retail" rates so we were just hoping to possibly find them a little cheaper. If we can't, then it's just a question of whether we want to splurge for one of those two, or stay out by the airport somewhere cheap and drive downtown in the morning (which we've also done in prior years). The Graduate is over a mile from the finish line and has an 11am checkout, so while it's a good deal, given the longer walk and earlier check-out, it's just not feasible - we would just stay by the airport for like $100 less.
  2. Thanks! If it's possibly/likely the Graduate Hotel, I'm not really interested - thank you for the quick follow-up, though!
  3. Hi! I used your link and am looking at a 3.5* hotel in Downtown - Central Richmond Area, for $222/night from 11/15-11/16, 2 adults. Hotwire lists the following amenities: Amenities Pet friendlyPool(s)Restaurant(s)Smoke-free rooms Accessibility Accessible for visually impairedAccessible path of travelIn-room accessibilityWheelchair accessible The only amenities that line up for that location are the Omni, but that is a 4* hotel. Any thoughts/suggestions? Thanks!
  4. Sorry, nevermind! Assuming that it's the Kimpton Tryon Park Hotel, I found it cheaper on another website so went ahead and booked. Sorry, I don't know how to delete this thread!
  5. Hi! could you please help ID the following hotel? 4* boutique hotel in Uptown Charlotte (City Center) Amenities are: Boutique hotel Business center Fitness center Internet access Pet friendly Restaurant(s) Spa services Dates: January 30-31, 2018 (one night) I was thinking maybe the new Kimpton Tryon Park Hotel?
  6. Amenities: Free breakfast, Free Internet, Boutique hotel, Smoke-free rooms, Fitness center, Pool(s), Restaurant(s), Business center, Self-service laundry, Internet access, Golf nearby Accessibility: Accessible for visually impaired, Accessible for hearing impaired, Accessible path of travel, In-room accessibility, Wheelchair accessible, Accessible bathroom, Accessible parking, Roll-in shower
  7. Full amenities/accessibility is as follows: Amenities: Free Internet Indoor pool(s) Smoke-free rooms Fitness center Pool(s) Restaurant(s) Business center Self-service laundry Internet access Golf nearby Accessibility: Accessible for visually impaired Accessible for hearing impaired Accessible path of travel In-room accessibility Accessible bathroom Accessible parking Roll-in shower
  8. Amenities: Free Internet Business Center Fitness Center Indoor Pool(s) Pool(s) Restaurant(s) Self-Service Laundry Smoke-Free Rooms 90% guest recommended
  9. Hi! I just used your link and booked the following: 3* Chicago - River North 4/09/16 - 4/16/16 $136/night Free internet, free breakfast, smoke-free, fitness center, business center 90% recommended 4.5 out of 5 on TripAdvisor It was the Hyatt Place on Clark and Illinois! Thanks!
  10. Thanks for the tip on the Comfort Suites. I used to live in Chicago as well and am obsessed with their breakfast/brunch options... but it's not my trip :) I'm now seeing the original 3* Downtown Chicago - River North hotel mentioned above again (same price, dates, etc. as listed above). Are you seeing that now? If so, do you think Holiday Inn Express or something else?
  11. No, I'm not still seeing that property in my search results :( This reservation was going to be for my parents, and I was hoping that the 3* property I asked about was the Holiday Inn Express as they have a free hot breakfast (which my parents love). I know there are other hotels with a free continental breakfast, but most of those (like the Kinzie Hotel, for instance) are just muffins, yogurt and cereal. And, some of the other cheaper 4*-4.5* properties don't have breakfast, so my parents would have to go out, or at least have hotel restaurant breakfast, every morning. I'll keep checking hotwire to see if this property reappears; if not, I'll just book directly.
  12. Thanks! I just followed up on the other thread - I didn't end up booking through Hotwire, so have nothing to report there.
  13. Thanks - I didn't end up booking through Hotwire so can't provide any feedback here.
  14. Hi! I used your HOTWIRE link and am hoping you'll be able to help identify the following hotel: 4/09/2016 - 4/16/2016 2 people 3* Downtown Chicago - River North 80% recommended $145 per night Amenities: Free internet Free breakfast Business center Accessible for visually impaired Accessible for hearing impaired Accessible path of travel In-room accessibility Accessible bathroom It also says that the last person to book got the Best Western River North Hotel - Chicago, IL. However, from their website, it doesn't look like the Best Western offers free breakfast (so not sure how that lines up with the listed amenities). I was hoping for the Holiday Inn Express (which does have free breakfast) but am reluctant to take a chance if I might end up with the Best Western. I'd appreciate any thoughts or insight you could provide! Thanks!
  15. Yes - sorry - here are the full amenities (with the accessibility options): Amenities: Pet friendly, Indoor pool(s), Smoke-free rooms, Fitness center, Pool(s), Restaurant(s), Business center, Internet access, Accessible for visually impaired, Accessible for hearing impaired, Accessible path of travel, In-room accessibility, Accessible bathroom, Accessible parking, Roll-in shower.