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  1. Thanks... I ended up booking the: 3.5* Miami International Airport (MIA) for $94/nite with: and it did turn out to be Sheraton Miami Airport Hotel & Executive Meeting Center All in rates were: Room price:$94.00 avg./night Number of rooms:2 rooms Number of nights:1 night Room subtotal:$188.00 Taxes & fees:$44.84 Total charged today:$232.84 Total charged:$232.84 Thanks again, RT
  2. There will be 3 guests total. 2 in one room, and 1 in the other. For the 2 sharing, ideally there would be 2 beds, but not the end of the world if there is only one. I'm pretty much leading the hotel choice, so the others will fall in line with my decision. The 4* doesn't include breakfast, where the 2.5* does, which is why I was keeping them both in the mix for now. Thanks,
  3. Hi, (I've clicked the links) A few friends and I are flying into Miami on Saturday 26th before departing on a cruise out of the Port of Miami on Sunday. We're all arriving from different places at different times, and due to that were looking to stay close to the airport, bonus if the hotel has a free airport shuttle but not a requirement. We'll just Uber to the port on Sunday. I've done a bit of research already, we will need 2 rooms, which unfortunately removes a nice option from Priceline Express (for what I assume is a 3.5 star Crown Plaza for $94) which only shows up when we request 1 room. What I've seen so far is this: ---- Hotwire: I assume the following is the Pullman 4-star Hotel Miami Intl Airport (MIA) area $106 per night Complimentary: Free Internet Amenities: Airport shuttle Business center Fitness center Pet friendly Pool(s) Restaurant(s) Smoke-free rooms ----- Priceline Express: I assume the following is La Quinta or Extended Stay, not sure which 2.5-Star Hotel Miami Airport West - Doral $73 per night Amenities: Free Internet Access Free Parking Free Breakfast No Smoking Rooms/Facilities Pets Allowed Swimming Pool ---- Priceline Express: I can't tell what the following is, Holiday Inn is the only one that shows up on the hotels list, but it says only service animals are allowed 2.5-Star Hotel Miami International Airport (MIA) $99 per night Amenities: Free Internet Access Free Parking Free Breakfast No Smoking Rooms/Facilities Pets Allowed ---- I guess I'm first wondering if anyone agrees with my identification of the Hotwire above, and if there is any light that can be shed on the two Priceline Expresses. I wouldn't mind trying a bidding strategy for Priceline standard if there were a chance I could do as good as or better than the Pullman, but feel it's unlikely. With these hotels are we likely to get a 2 beds, or are they pretty inflexible if we arrive and they assigned us to a single bed room? Finally, we just booked the cruise last minute, and now we are looking for a hotel stay that is only 17 days away, is there any advantage of holding out to see if prices go down, or is it likely to be flat (or go up) from here on out? Thanks, RandomTraveller