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Booking.com - Would you opt for refundable or non-refundable reservations?

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Hello -

As per my other thread, husband and I have booked a couple of hotels for our 18 day European vacation. Our bookings were done via REFUNDABLE/CANCELLABLE option which is slightly higher than the NON-refundable option.

My dilemma is - since we know we are going - as all our flights are booked already, Is it safe to just opt for the nonrefundable booking? Just to give you a clearer description, one hotel we booked had a nonrefundable price of around $120 a night, but the REFUNDABLE price is $150ish.. Difference is not a lot but it can add up.

Have there been any problems with nonrefundable booking, which we should anticipate?

Any advice? Thank you for reading my query :)

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