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Questions for Club Quarters members -- Philadelphia in particular

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We've stayed at Club Quarters a number of times -- mainly in Philadelphia, and often pretty much last minute on weekends. We seem to get great rates as non members either through the Club Quarters website or via Booking.com.

They always try to sell us a membership, but I'm kind of curious -- is it really a good deal? I sometimes get the idea that we get an even better rate being non members. I understand the advantage if during the week as they really cater to business people, or a sort of guarantee that members can always get rooms, but if they're that full, I suspect we wouldn't get a great rate anyway.

Specifically, I'd love someone to check rates for tomorrow night (July 3) for two people. We just got a rate of $80 for a standard room (I think they offered a Classic room for $100). What would a member get a room at for tomorrow night?

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