Does Quikbook.com works ?

Old Feb 4th, 2002, 11:59 AM
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Sofia
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Does Quikbook.com works ?

Should I try quikbook to get a NYC hotel ?
Are they safe with good prices/ and hotels ?
 
Old Feb 4th, 2002, 01:27 PM
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I've used them three times: san francisco, new orleans and key west and have been very satisfied with price, hotel quality and location.
 
Old Feb 4th, 2002, 02:53 PM
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i've used them for hotels in nyc, boston and this weekend i am using them for a hotel in dallas. i did some checking before i reserved and found they had the best rates at the best hotels. they have been around for many years so i would not hesitate to use them.
 
Old Feb 4th, 2002, 02:57 PM
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i have used them several times in the last few months. It is a great site with a very helpful staff. The prices are great and don't be afraid of getting a lower quality room, you won't. There is no catch! I used them in NY city at the Renassance Times Square the first weekend in December when prices are the highest - it was a great price at a lovely hotel.
 
Old Feb 4th, 2002, 03:27 PM
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Unless you have a favorite hotel in mind, I highly recommend Priceline for NYC hotels. You'll beat Quikbook by at least 50%.
 
Old Feb 4th, 2002, 04:49 PM
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I've used quikbook.com on several occasions and feel they are a good, reliable operation.
 
Old Feb 5th, 2002, 05:16 AM
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I've had great success with Quikbook on many trips. What I like about Quikbook over Priceline and other similar agencies is that you can usually cancel or change your reservation without a fee. You get a better price with Priceline, but the flexibility is worth it to me. Also, when I've checked back on the price after making a reservation thru Quikbook and the price has gone down, Quikbook has called the hotel and gotten the lower price. Note that Quikbook now offers some "bargain" rates which do not appear to have the same cancellation policy and I think you have to pay up front, when you make the reservation, not when you check in.
 
Old Feb 5th, 2002, 06:07 AM
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I made reservations last night through Travelocity. I checked with Budgethotel first and got the same price of $95.95 for a week night. I called the hotel and got the best price for Saturday night with them.

This morning I saw this thread so I checked with Quikbook just to see if the price was the same. I came up with $89 for the week night and the same price as the hotel for the weekend. It' only $6 but for 3 nights and 2 rooms, the savings would have paid for parking. Oh well. Next time.
 

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