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New clue to figure out Hotwire hotel

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I don't know when this feature started, but when I was booking a MSP hotel 2 days ago, I saw that Hotwire now includes Tripadvisor rating on the hotels.

This is another tool to figure out what the hotel may be, beside matching amenities on betterbidding.com.

Don't just look at the Tripadvisor rating, but also the number of reviews it's based on. The hotel I saw has ratings based on 60+ reviews, and the only one on Tripadvisor with more than 60 reviews in Bloomington, MN is the Radisson.

I went ahead and booked the room, and no surprise. I got the Radisson.

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