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Author Topic: CHEAP HOTELS  (Read 2109 times)

Offline victor407

So, where is the best price to book a cheap hotel?

Travel lodge advertise rooms from £19 but I dont book punts 3 months ahead.


Offline smiths

So, where is the best price to book a cheap hotel?

Travel lodge advertise rooms from £19 but I dont book punts 3 months ahead.

I often use Laterooms.com, Trivago and Olotels and had some great deals from them all.

Online Steve2

I often use Laterooms.com, Trivago and Olotels and had some great deals from them all.

+1

Offline smiths

+1

With Late Rooms i find ringing them, not just relying on their site prices can result in even better deals sometimes, cancellations they have only just heard about might be on offer. ;)

Wiltsboy01

With Late Rooms i find ringing them, not just relying on their site prices can result in even better deals sometimes, cancellations they have only just heard about might be on offer. ;)

What do you do about real names etc. and paying on these deals? 
Are you all lucky enough to be in a position where you don't have to skulk around like I do?

Offline Marmalade

What do you do about real names etc. and paying on these deals? 
Are you all lucky enough to be in a position where you don't have to skulk around like I do?

There's an answer to that although it verges on being a bit complicated - I'm sure someone will explain if you ask nicely.

One thing I notice about many hotels is that the cheap places will never budge on price but more expensive not only have more latitude but trust reception staff to cut the best deal they can when no-one else is about to turn up for an underbooked hotel.

I have sometimes paid cash up front but many hotels don't really like this - they want to be able to charge you for 'extras' later ...

Offline philboi

What do you do about real names etc. and paying on these deals? 
Are you all lucky enough to be in a position where you don't have to skulk around like I do?

Hey WB, yes I guess this can be a problem!!

I don't need to do any skulking around but I guess the only way is to makeup a false name and address then pay cash!
I've done that in my early days and can't think of another option  :(


Offline smiths

What do you do about real names etc. and paying on these deals? 
Are you all lucky enough to be in a position where you don't have to skulk around like I do?

I dont punt in my own hotel room that i have booked, i only punt with WGs that have booked hotel rooms.

A pre-pay card is worth considering for those that do though in my view.

Offline YoungSleazy

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 I've heard the Tune hotels are very basic and that the price reflects this but if you are just going to fuck  in it then happy days 

Offline smiths

http://www.between9and5.com/en/c1591803/day_rooms_London/ might be worth a show if you'd prefer a punt during the day

Always very expensive when i have checked this site but they do say its payment at the hotel and no credit card required, so could be ideal for some punters. ;)

http://www.between9and5.com/en/c1591803/day_rooms_London/ might be worth a show if you'd prefer a punt during the day
absolutely brilliant
eg IBIS Wembley $74 and IBIS Heathrow $64.
So that is why there are so many hotel ladies there, the hotel is cheaper and does a room for the day!

Offline hollysbeenabadgirl

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What do you do about real names etc. and paying on these deals? 
Are you all lucky enough to be in a position where you don't have to skulk around like I do?

Do what us prossies do :)

Get a pre-pay card from a newsagent.


I've heard the Tune hotels are very basic and that the price reflects this but if you are just going to fuck  in it then happy days

+1   A WG once mentioned to me that Tune hotels are okay for punting too

Offline k

Has anyone ever punted in an Easy Hotel?  :D

http://www.easyhotel.com/
This sounds like the Tune Hotels: you can choose if you want a room with windows or not (Microsoft haven't got round to suing them yet TAJBTW).

I've used several hotels over the years.  I use my normal credit card and have never had any embarrassing situations.  Travelodge, Premier Inn, Yotel (Heathrow), plus a few indies.  Thing you have to remember is that they want your business, which means that they will act with discretion.  The fact that it is a guy booking the room makes a difference too.  They know absolutely what goes on and there's nothing to worry about.  I tend to arrive/depart with my "partner" and in all cases it is obvious that she is half my age.  If a girl makes the booking then my feeling is they may be a bit more wary about what she is up to.

Offline smiths

absolutely brilliant
eg IBIS Wembley $74 and IBIS Heathrow $64.
So that is why there are so many hotel ladies there, the hotel is cheaper and does a room for the day!

Often its not at all cheaper than the 24 hour rate, dependent on who you book the hotel through of course. If a WG is working out of the hotel for more than one day she is very likely to book the 24 hour rate anyway obviously.

Offline Marmalade

. If a WG is working out of the hotel for more than one day she is very likely to book the 24 hour rate anyway obviously.

They do not bad considering they don't have to pay a special business rate for using the hotel like a brothel.

Offline smiths

They do not bad considering they don't have to pay a special business rate for using the hotel like a brothel.

Yes if organised and planning ahead they can get a decent enough room from £15 a night of course, no utility costs on top of that either, plus at least a couple of towels supplied per day and a change of bedding. If smart choosing hotels which offer free parking, unlike some Travelodges where the parking charges almost double the cost, thieving cunts. ;)


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