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    Hotel/motel rooms under $100

    For a full night stay

    Is there still such a thing?

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    Of course.. You can get 3.5 star hotels for about 50 dollars on Priceline bidding and 4 star hotels for 70$ Last time I got the Hyatt and before that the Intercontinental. You can check out www.biddingfortravel.com to get more info on how to bid.

    Hope this helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by master_bates
    For a full night stay

    Is there still such a thing?
    I`ve never spent over $100/night for a 4* when using Priceline. As a matter of fact, I got the Omni last month for $62, and the Sheraton Centre before that for $65.

    There is a thread on Hotel Bidding which is quite active and informative.

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    Priceline deals are good, but don't forget that on top of the cheap price people like to brag about, there is a service charge and conversion to US dollars.

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    i always get a suite in montreal via hotwire for $47-$50 us per night plus service fees/taxes, rounds out to be about $65 night

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Maria
    Of course.. You can get 3.5 star hotels for about 50 dollars on Priceline bidding and 4 star hotels for 70$ Last time I got the Hyatt and before that the Intercontinental. You can check out www.biddingfortravel.com to get more info on how to bid.

    Hope this helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lgna69xxx
    i always get a suite in montreal via hotwire for $47-$50 us per night plus service fees/taxes, rounds out to be about $65 night

    How do you always get a suite? Or what kind of strategy can you use to try and get a suite? I've never gotten one thru hotwire or priceline, not sure if Im missing something.

    THanks

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    Is there places where you can book a room under $100 without bidding?

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    master bates,

    If you use Priceline you can get a nice hotel for under $60, never mind $100. It is an absolute no brainer unless you have a fetish for being ripped off needlessly. Hyatt recently went for $50, see BFT:

    http://biddingfortravel.yuku.com/for...-bec-City.html

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    The summer season is now here, and the Jazzfest will be here in just over a month. Hotel rates will start to climb very soon if they haven't already. I got the Hyatt for $42 a few months ago, and the Omni for $ 62 last month. I doubt i'll see these prices anytime soon since we'll soon be in full swing of the tourist season.

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    I reserved at econolodge for 80$ with taxes... Its 10$ than the usual 70$ i pay(im use to small 2 star motel) in quebec city when i go there for metal fest(capitale du metal but its still ok. I would never pay more than 100$ a room, exept if i was on vacation and the hotel was the main atraction, but renting a motel for an sp... all you need is a bed and a shower...

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    how you do for bidding i tryed but no succes?

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