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MinnieVanMom
11-07-2011, 12:52 PM
Our flight is crazy early in the morning. We have a rental car that is due back to the airport late the nite before.

I need a clean, yet under $80 hotel that has a free shuttle to the airport.

What do you suggest please for a nite March 13th?

janiejake
11-07-2011, 01:05 PM
Our flight is crazy early in the morning. We have a rental car that is due back to the airport late the nite before.

I need a clean, yet under $80 hotel that has a free shuttle to the airport.

What do you suggest please for a nite March 13th?

Do you need just one room? Or are you using 'under 80' because you need more than one? We used Hawthorn Suites near the airport. For both our arrival day(arrived very late), and then departure day. BUT, I needed room for 6, so the suite set up worked best for us.(2 queens in the bedroom, sofa sleeper in the living room, and a kitchenette with a full size fridge). Had a hot buffet breakfast. Paid more than 80 for the first stay, and less for the last one, having found a cheaper booking site. Hopefully someone here will have good ideas for you. Consider playing around with Hotwire.com. You can see your rate, and amenities (such a shuttle).

MinnieVanMom
11-07-2011, 01:12 PM
Just one room for one nite with a shuttle. I saw on hotwire a 2.5 star hotel with shuttle and 80% positive review. It looks to be near monark and conway but I just can't figure out what it is? The price is right but I would feel better knowing the name first.

Art 1
11-07-2011, 04:12 PM
Not sure of what the airport hotel costs but it may be worth looking into.

Straitlover
11-07-2011, 04:30 PM
From what I have read in the past, any 3 star and up hotels in the airport section on Hotwire are fine. A plus on Hotwire is you can see if they have a free shuttle before booking.

If you aren't comfortable going that route, I'd personally check w/ the LaQuinta, Holiday Inn, Hilton Garden Inn, Courtyard, Fairfiled or Hampton Inn. Should be able to find one in your price range from them.

TheWog
11-10-2011, 10:11 AM
I would use Priceline. You can definitely get a decent room under $80 with a shuttle. Good luck. www.betterbidding.com will give you an idea of what the hotels are in the area that are being won and for how much.