New Mexico 2010 Eating Tour HOTEL

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2010/08/07 12:45:50 (permalink)

New Mexico 2010 Eating Tour HOTEL

As of today, the Sheraton Albuquerque Uptown hasn't programed our September Roadfood group in its system.

However, online, Sheraton has two attractive rates available, $104 prepaid nonrefundable and $112 with some cancellation restrictions.

Being older, I went with the telephone reservation system's "Birth Year" rate, a $159 regular rate the first night, plus two nights at the last two digits of your birth year, for example, if born in 1947, those nights would be $47 each plus tax.

Besides price for some of us, a huge advantage of this last rate is the ability to cancel up to 6:00 p.m. on the day of arrival without penalty. That gives the ability to switch to the conference rate when it becomes available or to cancel for any reason.


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    Stephen Rushmore Jr.
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    Re:New Mexico 2010 Eating Tour HOTEL 2010/08/07 19:36:54 (permalink)
    The Roadfood rate should be posted soon - It is going to be $94/night with free internet on request.  Internet is not included on the other rates, and they charge $15/night.
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    Re:New Mexico 2010 Eating Tour HOTEL 2010/08/18 11:27:57 (permalink)
    Thanks so much Stephen.

    Was able to switch to the group rate, which also allowed me to book a fourth night, which had not been possible at a reduced rate on the original reservation.
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