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  1. 4-star Boutique Hotel in Santa Monica Pier - 3rd Street Promenade area : 5/17/2019 - 5/19/2019 at $160/night Resort fee : $33/night Hotel Amenities : Free parking, Free internet, Pet friendly, Boutique hotel, Smoke-free rooms, Fitness center, Pool(s), Restaurant(s), Internet access, Golf nearby, Accessible for visually impaired, Accessible for hearing impaired, Accessible path of travel, In-room accessibility, Wheelchair accessible, Accessible bathroom, Accessible parking, Roll-in shower
  2. It was booked through HOTWIRE and she used the link from Betterbidding and saved via the coupon as well! Here are the amenities that were shown as associated to this property before it was revealed: Pet friendly, Smoke-free rooms, Fitness center, Restaurant(s), Business center, Self-service laundry, Internet access
  3. Thanks! My friend wanted something in the midtown east area so she ended up booking a 4 star hotel there for $154/night. This excludes the $33/night resort fee. She got the Shelburne NYC-an Affinia Hotel. When did the NYC hotels start charging the resort fee?
  4. Hi Aaron, I purchase Luxor Resort and Casino for $102/night via HOTWIRE. Dates of stay were December 29, 2017 - January 1, 2018 I stayed in Vegas until January 3rd but Prices for this reservation came up a lot more when I added January 2nd and January 3rd. This was causing a much higher average rate per day. This is why I booked Linq Hotel and Casino from January 1 - January 3rd at $42/night. I liked Linq a lot better. By just breaking down the whole trip in two hotels, I think I saved about $300-$400.
  5. Travel dates: April 06 - April 08 5-star Boutique Hotel in SoHo - Tribeca area - $170/night Pet friendly, Boutique hotel, Smoke-free rooms, Fitness center, Restaurant(s) 4-star Hotel in World Trade Center - Wall Street area - $142/night plus $17/night resort fee. Smoke-free rooms, Fitness center, Restaurant(s), Business center, Internet access, Accessible for visually impaired, Accessible for hearing impaired, Accessible path of travel, In-room accessibility, Accessible bathroom
  6. I don't have a set budget per se, but I'd like to save some money if I can. :) I have been to Las Vegas before but that was three years ago. I'm ideally looking to stay as close to strip as I can, and yes I'd like the property with a casino. I am going to be in Vegas from 12/29/2017 - 1/3/2018. I did some calculations and found that if I choose a same hotel for these dates, I am getting a really higher rate, but if I choose a different hotel for 1/1 through 1/3, I am saving quite a lot. I know the cost for 12/29 - 12/31 would be higher for any hotel I choose, but at the end I'd be saving money when choosing two different hotels for two different sets of dates. I would appreciate if you could provide some lead on the above mentioned listings. Thanks.
  7. Dates of stay: 1/1/2018 - 3/1/2018 Hotel 1: 4.5-Star Casino Hotel - The Strip - Northwest listed at $55/night, plus an additional mandatory fees of $79.36 for two nights. The amenities include: Bed Choice, Business Center, Casino, Fitness Center, Non Smoking, Restaurant, Swimming Pool Hotel 2: 4-Star Casino Hotel - The Strip - Southwest listed at $45/night plus an additional mandatory fees of $79.36 for two nights. The amenities include: Bed Choice, Business Center, Casino, Fitness Center, Non Smoking, Restaurant Hotel 3: 4-Star Casino Hotel - Las Vegas Convention Center listed at $19/night plus an additional mandatory fees of $77.06 for two nights. The amenities include: Bed Choice, Business Center, Casino, Fitness Center, Non Smoking, Restaurant, Swimming Pool Hotel 4: 4-Star Casino Hotel - The Strip - Northwest listed at $26/night plus an additional mandatory fees of $127 for 2 nights. The amenities include: Bed Choice, Casino, Non Smoking, Restaurant, Swimming Pool Do all the Las Vegas hotels (in strip and convention area) charge a resort fee? The resort fees will be the same regardless of how the hotel is booked (through express deals or regular booking)? You help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much!
  8. I ended up booking 3* Intl. Drive - Pointe Orlando for $44. Thank you so much for you help. I was able to save extra using the Priceline Coupon page on Betterbidding.
  9. Thank you so much for your help: Here are the amenities I see on Priceline associate with the above request: Business Center Non Smoking Restaurant Swimming Pool Could you also help in identifying: 3.5-Star Hotel Intl. Drive - Convention Center - Sea World - listed at $48/night for the same dates. The amenities shown are: Business Center Fitness Center Pets Allowed Swimming Pool
  10. Thanks. Could you also help me identify a priceline listing for the same dates? 3-Star Hotel Intl. Drive - Pointe Orlando Area - listed at $44/night. My guess was it would be Rosen Inn too, but the amenities don't show the free parking.
  11. 3-star Hotel in International Drive - Convention Center area Travel dates: 11/23 - 11/28 Rate: $ 48/night
  12. It was indeed Hyatt Regency Fairfax. I went with this listing even though Sheraton Reston was cheaper ($44/night) mainly because it seemed like a newer property. Also, the rooms are larger than the ones at Sheraton, and have full sofa, larger TV etc.
  13. Here are the amenities: Pets Allowed Free Parking Business Center Restaurant Free Internet Indoor or Outdoor Pool Fitness Center No Smoking Rooms/Facilities I am trying to be as close to Tysons as possible. I usually see Falls Church Marriott Fairview Park listed on Priceline at a reasonable price. I don't see it listed for my stay dates. Priceline usually gives me a hint that I have stayed at this property before, so I know for sure when a listing for Marriott is there.
  14. Thanks. How about 3.5* star hotel in Fairfax Area listed on Priceline for $55/night for the same dates as above?