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  1. 3* Vancouver, WA hotel = Residence Inn. Confused due to "we are still gathering reviews for this hotel", but really happy to get Residence Inn. They haven't been on HotWire for a few years now. Super psyched about this deal. Full Amenities: Smoke Free Rooms Airport Shuttle Complimentary Breakfast Fitness Center Pool(s) Business Center Laundry Facilities (self-service) High-Speed Internet Access Kitchenette
  2. Scored $44 for Residence Inn for 11/5/05 for 1 night. Last month, I paid $68 thinking that I was getting Residence Inn, but ended up getting Staybridge Suites. This is a new hotel to Hotwire. My parents love staying at the Residence Inn and love their hot complimentary breakfast. They did not like Staybridge Suites as well, their breakfast was not that good and hotel not as nice as the Residence Inn. They should enjoy their stay this time with Marriott's new upgraded bedding. I noticed that Hotwire gets really expensive as you get closer to the date of your stay, so better to book in advan
  3. After reading the Vancouver posts, I was hoping to score Westin Bayshore for around $65 - $85. I bid $65 for 4 stars - Vancouver, rejected, got one time offer to increase my bid by $17 ($82), then I thought better of it. Re-bid $72 by entering Delta as a re-bid zone and my offer was accepted! But, it was the Marriott Pinnacle. I stayed at this property before and it's nice and $72 is quite a deal. Went there on 10/22 and the hotel was quite busy, Western Canada music awards was being held there. We happened to get a very nice desk clerk and got to check in early (12 noon) while hearing others
  4. Scorp, Where did you post the photos? ------------------ Jonavin, Westin Grand is also one of my favorite hotels. They have little kitchenettes. The pool is pretty small. You are on Robson St, but way down the other end (from the action) of the Robson street. It's definitely walkable though. You are however, very close to Canada Place and Yale Town. Enjoy your stay. ------------- The BB HOTWIRE link is showing Linkshare error again.... -st
  5. Purchased Residence Inn @ Vancouver Mall Drive again on Hotwire today (Vancouver, WA). $45 + tax = $55. What a deal! I paid $99 on Expedia 2 weeks ago for the same room. Good thing I used Marriott bonus bucks. Amenities are the same as above booking. It seems that Hotwire sporatically offers this hotel at this low rate. Rate for July is $79, so I will keep checking to see if they lower the price. -ST
  6. Hummm, good eye. I thought so, but it may be the Heathman Lodge if it is without the breakfast. I hope they bring back Residence Inn by Marriott. Thanks, -ST
  7. The date of the stay was 5/7/05 (Sat), the dates I am looking to book are 5/13-5/15 (2 nights). Thanks! -ST
  8. I'm thinking of booking Wall Centre via HW. For those of you who completed the stay, were you able to get the new tower (south tower) or the older North tower? I really want to stay in the South tower (new). Thanks, ST
  9. I don't see multiple zones for Vancouver, WA area. They show Vancouver as one big zone under Vancouver-Salmon Creek. Am I missing something? Thanks, -ST
  10. First time hot Wire purchaser. Took a gamble & purchased a 3* hotel in Vancouver, WA via Hotwire on 5/6/05 for my parents. To my pleasant surprise, it turned out to be Residence Inn - by Marriott near Vancouver Mall (my parent's favorite hotel there). HW Shown as: 3* Hotel $45 (plus $10.95 tax = $55.95) This Hotel features the following amenities: Complimentary Breakfast At the minimum, guests receive a free continental breakfast. Pool(s) Property features at least one pool area. (Note: This amenity offering may be seasonal. Please check hours/availability directly with the property.)
  11. I purchased a 3* hotel for my parents at a very good rate of $53 (Residence Inn by Marriott - Vancouver, WA - this is where they usually stay for $63 - $99/nite via Expedia). I checked again for the next weekend, and the price went up to $79! I check again 1 minute later and the price is now $77. Is this a common HW practice? Do they not want our business back? Also, it was very tricky that they had Residence Inn as 3* which has a kitchenette, but they don't mention the kitchenette under amenities. They had another hotel at 2* which mentioned a kitchenette, at a higher price. I'm pretty sur
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