Been there, Done that, Going back!
- Dec 13, 2005
I'm getting the hint that I've booked here before so that would be CSR.Can someone look be an extra set of eyes for me? PL 9/8-9/10; 3.5 star, Bonnet Creek for $118 per night. Betterbidding says CBR or CSR. I don't have HC, so I'd appreciate your expertise.
Also watching Hotwire... same dates... 3.5 star, Bonnet Creek, $136. Thinking CBR because of proximity to Typhoon Lagoon and Hollywood Studios, but says it has a Business Center. Hmm.
It doesn't show up when I put in those dates so I can't check to see if it gives me the you have booked here before hint but it sure looks like it would be AOA based on the review #.
Since the start of the year, they've mostly been releasing drops of deals in the 2-6 week window, (although last year they had several drops that ran all the way into this Fall come and go.)Ok, this has definitely piqued my interest. How far in advance can you be successful with this? I'm in the early stages of planning a Feb 2020 trip, but I'm assuming this will only work in the last 1-2 months before? If you do book this before the 90 day window, can you still do fastpass booking with these types of reservations?
Thanks.Taxes and fees may include a PL fee.
The balance of the charge for Taxes and Fees is a fee we retain as part of the compensation for our services and to cover the costs of your reservation, including, for example, customer service costs.
Maybe some hotels pay PL a higher commission or other incentives. Maybe PL thinks higher fees will reduce bookings for some resorts.Thanks.
I still don’t understand why some listings have a PL fee and other doesn’t? I mean the fee is a cash cow for PL so why not have it on all listings?
The 3.5 star that came up under express deals for your nights showed as either Coronado or CBR on hotel canary, I'd bet CBR.Would someone be willing to look at HC for me?
Hotwire, 9/8-9/10, 3.5 star, Bonnet Creek, $135/nt. BB saying 73% CBR. Looking for a bit more reassurance.