The Great ‘how to win at hotel bidding websites’ Hunt

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  • They accepting offers for £72 plus...

    but got a great deal at bellevue with quido and excellent reviews on trip advisor...

    but well happy to be aware of priceline and will be using in the future..:T
  • dmg24
    dmg24 Posts: 33,925 Forumite
    jaymac wrote: »
    We stayed in the Westin, Copley Square, fabulous public rooms but our bedroom was pretty average.

    Well I am glad to say that I am having a very different experience to you, because I got upgraded to a suite! I am a Starwood Preferred Guest member, but didn't think I would get my usual benefits because of it being a Priceline booking, but I did! The room has to be 500 sq ft, with all new furnishings, and those that know me know just how fussy I am!

    Sunday I change to the Marriott which is next door, with nice little added extras thanks to GlennTheBaker! x
    Gone ... or have I?
  • Hi, I am looking for a little advice from more experienced priceliners (is that a word?) :)

    I am planning a short shopping trip to Dublin via cheap Ryanair flights and was thinking about booking a hotel for one night blind through priceline for 2 adults and 2 children 3yrs and 6yrs. I know you can request adjoining rooms, I figure if the worst came to the worst it would be 1adult/1 child in different parts of the hotel.

    I have a niggly concern though...

    I was planning on booking 2 rooms, if I specify 2 rooms on the first page, is there the possibility of getting one room in two different hotels?

    Thanks
  • blindman
    blindman Posts: 5,659 Forumite
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    thestealer wrote: »
    Hi, I am looking for a little advice from more experienced priceliners (is that a word?) :)

    I am planning a short shopping trip to Dublin via cheap Ryanair flights and was thinking about booking a hotel for one night blind through priceline for 2 adults and 2 children 3yrs and 6yrs. I know you can request adjoining rooms, I figure if the worst came to the worst it would be 1adult/1 child in different parts of the hotel.

    I have a niggly concern though...

    I was planning on booking 2 rooms, if I specify 2 rooms on the first page, is there the possibility of getting one room in two different hotels?

    Thanks

    Short answer. NO :D If you win you will get two rooms in the same hotel.

    Here's a post about bidding in Dublin
  • Thanks for the reply, puts my mind at ease, time to do a little research :)

    Useful link too.
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