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colbybug 02-06-2012 10:20 AM

Has anyone gotten the MCO Hyatt on Hotwire recently?
 
We haven't cruised for almost a year and a half and am a little rusty! Has anyone tried to get the Hyatt recently that remembers the icons that helps to identify the hotel as they Hyatt MCO?

Thanks so much!
Kathy

SoCaOC-Mom 02-06-2012 10:32 AM

It's the only 4 star hotel near MCO with a 95% approval rating.

I've see it come up many times but not at a great price. I played around with hotwire checking various dates for almost 10 months just to see if it ever came up at the $59 dollar quote I have seen here and it only happened once.

ruadisneyfan2 02-06-2012 12:31 PM

Be sure to enter 2 adults/2 kids to make it show up. Anything less and it will allow the Renaissance to pop up. Lately, it seems to only show up maybe 1-2 weeks prior and price is outrageous ($175) except for Sunday nights. That's must be their slowest night. I used to get it often but lately I've given up.

My parents will be cruising with us in Nov & they can get the senior rate which is like $129 + tax. I think that's the best we'll do besides the Stay Certificates.

Tinknalli 02-06-2012 04:52 PM

I saw it pop up today for 4/13 but at $177. Passed it up. Would have to be a lot cheaper than that for me to give up my $52 /night at the Wingate by Wyndam.

ruadisneyfan2 02-06-2012 05:05 PM

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Originally Posted by Tinknalli (Post 43951252)
I saw it pop up today for 4/13 but at $177. Passed it up. Would have to be a lot cheaper than that for me to give up my $52 /night at the Wingate by Wyndam.

Not to mention you could simply book direct from Hyatt.com at that rate or sometimes better with AAA, and have the opportunity to cancel if necessary. I don't know who on earth would buy at that rate.

triciari 02-06-2012 05:09 PM

I have one booked for 2-25 at aAAA rate of $302! I know that's outrageous, but we get in late. Hoping to get it cheaper.

ruadisneyfan2 02-06-2012 05:14 PM

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Originally Posted by triciari (Post 43951432)
I have one booked for 2-25 at aAAA rate of $302! I know that's outrageous, but we get in late. Hoping to get it cheaper.

I'm seeing $294 for a special hypo allergenic room and includes breakfast for 2. Did you get that deal?

Wow, I've never seen it so high. :guilty:

huey578 05-11-2012 10:48 AM

How far in advance are dates listed for MCO Hyatt on hotwire? I'm looking for a room late October 2012.

ruadisneyfan2 05-11-2012 12:47 PM

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Originally Posted by huey578 (Post 44858035)
How far in advance are dates listed for MCO Hyatt on hotwire? I'm looking for a room late October 2012.

It varies. There have been times when it shows on my date 3 mos in advance and other times it doesn't show until a week prior.

Lately though, every time I see it, the price is the same as what I can book directly through Hyatt or even higher. :headache:

got2travel 05-11-2012 01:22 PM

I've seen it show up on lastminuetravel.com frequently for $113 and $114.
Lastminutetravel is like Hotwire where they do not tell you the hotel until after you book. But unlike the guessing game with Hotwire, I've learned how to positively identify the hotel on lastminutetravel.

On the results page, if you hover your cursor over the Description or Maps & Directions hotlink, you will see a link in the bottom of your browswer. Take note of the numbers following the left parenthesis (

On a 2nd browser, open the following link
http://www.touricoholidays.com/en/Pa...calTgsProvider

Then replace the 3037 with the number that you received from lastminutetravel. That will then open the page to the hotel that you would 'win' if you purchase through lastminutetravel.

The Hyatt MCO is 2825.

I have used lastminutetravel for several Disneyland trips and always know exactly what hotel I'm getting.

huey578 05-11-2012 01:55 PM

Thank you for the information. I will be looking at both site

jsolar 05-11-2012 04:49 PM

:yay: bump:yay:

disneymagicgirl 05-11-2012 09:51 PM

Try through Costco as well.
I ended up getting it through Priceline....I think $159.

ruadisneyfan2 05-11-2012 11:06 PM

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Originally Posted by disneymagicgirl (Post 44863719)
Try through Costco as well.
I ended up getting it through Priceline....I think $159.

For less than that you can buy a Stay Certificate directly through Hyatt.
https://www.certificates.hyatt.com/Default.aspx

disneymagicgirl 05-12-2012 08:20 AM

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Originally Posted by ruadisneyfan2 (Post 44864085)
For less than that you can buy a Stay Certificate directly through Hyatt.
https://www.certificates.hyatt.com/Default.aspx

The availability through Hyatt directly for my dates was limited to more expensive rooms. For some reason Priceline had a regular ole room on their site. I assumed the stay certificate wouldn't be valid for the upgraded rooms through Hyatt.


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