Noela

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  1. Thereuare: Thanks so much - I did hit the Golden Nugget, as you rightly determined. Here are the details: Room $92.00 ($92.00 per night x 1 night x 1 room) Mandatory hotel fee: $15.00 Taxes & fees $29.30 Trip insurance $9.00 Trip total (USD) $145.30 Trip total per night (USD) $145.30 Here are the amenties: Amenities Free parking, Free internet, Casino, Fitness center, Pool(s), Restaurant(s), Business center, Internet access, Golf nearby, Spa services Accessibility Accessible for hearing impaired, Accessible path of travel, In-room accessibility, Accessible bathroom, Accessible parking, Roll-in shower And i indeed used the betterbiddding HOTWIRE link
  2. Hello, I plan to travel to the Atlantic City casino area 12/14 - 12/15 (Saturday-Sunday). I am looking for a 3.5* hotel @ approximately $100/night. I prefer to be close to the casinos and boardwalks - since the party I am traveling would love to go to the casinos I would appreciate some assistance in suggesting some places. thanks - Noela
  3. Thanks Thereuare: I ended up booking 1 Room at the Radisson above. We will all bank there for two nights. Details are below: I used the PRICELINE links. Radisson Hotel Hauppauge-Long Island 2 Nights, 1 Room Room Price:$124.00/night Number of rooms:1 Room Number of nights:2 Nights Room Subtotal:$248.00 Taxes & Fees:$65.98 Priceline Coupon:$-12.40 Total Charged:$301.58 Paid in full Thanks - Noela
  4. Thanks for the suggestion. We’ve changed our plans and decided to just get one room. Suites not needed. is it possible to have a bid strategy for $100 max/night for 3* ? Stonybrook, Haupage and Airport areas are ok, as you suggested above. thanks. Noela
  5. Hello, I am travelling back to NY area (Long Island - Lake Grove) in about two weeks - for 2 nights: 8/24 - 8/26. Again, I would need a room with an attached living room/kitchenette in the Lake Grove area. Preferred star/rate: Minimum 3* / Maximum of 150/Night. If this type of configuration is not an option, then I can also consider two separate rooms: 3* / but $100 max/night. My preference however is the suite type of unit.... thanks - Best wishes of the night. from Noeal
  6. Price summary Room $690.00 ($230.00 per night x 3 nights x 1 room) Taxes & fees $212.32 Hotwire Total (USD) $902.32 Resort fee $135.00 (Due at hotel) Trip total (USD) $1,037.32 Trip total per night (USD) $345.77 (includes resort fee) Amenities: Parking Wifi Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Bar / lounge Evening entertainment Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Business Center with Internet Access Conference facilities Public wifi Paid wifi Paid internet Internet Restaurant Breakfast available Banquet room Meeting rooms Concierge Non-smoking hotel Dry cleaning Laundry service
  7. Thanks very much, Thereuare: I used the last link and got the Benjamin - here are the details: Price summary Room $690.00 ($230.00 per night x 3 nights x 1 room) Taxes & fees $212.32 Hotwire Total (USD) $902.32 (Charged to Visa 5084 on Aug 04, 2019) Resort fee $135.00 (Due at hotel) Trip total (USD) $1,037.32 Trip total per night (USD) $345.77 (includes resort fee) of course, I used the BB HOTWIRE link provided. Danke !
  8. yes, checkout date is 13. and a regular room with pull out sofa would be good. Sorry about the errors. best wishes - nOela
  9. Thanks: I don't need a second room for a privacy etc. Just space available for a pull-out bed / air mattress. Something similar to the 1. Junior suite available at this DoubleTree: LINK or: one bedroom Queen suite at this Benjamin: LINK In both cases, the little living room can house two air mattresses. The $250 budget is exclusive of taxes... thanks again, Thereuare: /Noela
  10. UPDATE: also, I realized that hotels with "Suites" have separate sofar room facilities, hence, I would want to include those too. I am revising my maximum cost to about $250. thanks - Noela
  11. Hello, Need some bidding help. I am traveling to NYC next weekend for a business meeting. I am traveling with my family and need two rooms. I want to cut down cost and preferably get a room with an attached living room/kitchenette so the kids can use inflatable beds there. Just like some Residence Inns do. Rating: 3.5* and over Cost: $200 max/ night. Access to Wi-Fi is a must, free parking a plus but not essential. Proximity to Times Square area would be ideal. Thanks in advance for your tips and suggestions. Best, Noela
  12. Yes, I realized that last night and had to come back to this board for guidance - for some reason, I guessed there would be a post on it, and I did find your links.... thjanks - MN
  13. Perfect .... never thought of that ... Thanks, anyway ! Best wishes - Noela
  14. Thanks, Thereuare: I thought of bidding given that this hotel is probably the only 3.5 in that zone ... but you never know - I can be landed in a different place.... So I took your advice and booked through PRICELINE EXPRESS and got the Hotel Goveneur ...@ $85/night - almost 50% off the listed price of $159.00 Top Amenities Free WiFi Indoor Pool Fitness Center Pets Allowed Restaurant Cable/Satellite Tv Hair Dryer Room Service I did book through the PRICELINE link you sent ... Enjoy Happy Memorial Day. thanks - Noela
  15. Hello Thereuare et al: I am going to Montreal for a conference in mid-June. The conference will be held on the campus of University du Quebec a Montreal. Here is a link to a GOOGLE MAP showing the conference location versus accessible hotels. I want to be within 10-15 minutes walk to the conference site. The following hotels were suggested by the conference organizers, and all are within 15 minutes: Hyatt Regency Montreal Auberge le Pomerol Hotel Dauphin Montreal Downtown Hotel Labelle Hotel le Roberval M Montreal Résidences Universitaires UQAM (West Lodge) But I am not sure which zones they are located in. And even if I want to bid, I not of the right zones to use. Could you please send me some suggestions ? And a bidding strategy?. My maximum bid/per night should be about $100., for a 3* minimum rating. thanks - Ps