HOTWIRE is so confusing. I'm trying to narrow down the possibility I get Country Inn and Suites, Disneyland. It's rated 3.5*. I want to be there April 23-27.
looking at the Hotwire categories for 3.5* they all look the same? What the heck is the difference in the 3.5* category for Disneyland? There are
there are 3 categories with 3.5* :/
I have never used hotwire. always used priceline. do hotwire prices change? and can the hotel be narrowed down? and how so? i put in nov1-5, 5*, south area strip, suite price is $143cdn not including taxes etc thank u
I don't care whether I get 3.5 or 4 star. 4 stars more often than not will be more expensive. Obviously I want to get it as cheap as possible. If you want a figure than let me arbitrarily say $60.....based on my research etc....I will keep trying. And after further review this needs to be in the anaheim/disneyland zone. Thanks
I think this place really varies in their accepting prices. In Sept of 2009 I got this property for $40. And I have been trying again the past few days and they won't even accept $60 for dates in early April. Weird. I can't imagine the prices doubling in a few years?
I have used the PRICELINE link provided above. I have tried a few times with $70 and $75 bids for March28-April7, 2011) and they counter with $95. It is still a few months before I leave BUT does anyone have suggestions and/or thoughts? Is it possible this won't be the Hilton and perhaps might be the Le Meridian/Westin even? It seems like the Hilton gets picked the majority of time at $75 Thanks in advance.
Staying in San Diego arriving October 17 and staying for 7 nights. I have never been and wonder what area to bid? I want to be central but also would be nice to be near the beach :) Which areas do you suggest for bidding? I do plan on renting a car for the week if that helps in the area. I hope to pay $100 max per night. Cheaper is better of course.