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Best rooms in a particular hotel

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Perhaps a bit of a long shot but...

We are booking hotels for our September anniversary trip. I just read a comment somewhere that suggested that one of the drawbacks of an early booking is that we may get thrown a room that isn't that great (reserving the better rooms for later).

I have no idea if this is accurate but it got me thinking. I can imagine some web site somewhere that specializes in documenting feedback from folks about particular rooms. I know I can contact the hotels directly and ask for their "best rooms" (for the type of room we have) but it's all pretty subjective and I'm just curious if there are tricks-of-the-trade for narrowing down the best rooms at a hotel, based on feedback. Alternatively, even knowing something objective about a room ("overlooks a quiet street") would be a starting point.

BTW, I seem to recall a similar service for the selection of the best seats on flights. That's what reminded me of this.

Thanks.

Mark

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