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  • [Question] AP hotel rates

    Hi. I was just wondering if anyone could explain the AP hotel rates. What do the different numbers mean? I looked up the AP rates on the Disneyland site, I didn't see rates that have any numbers with it. And, for the time I want to book a hotel, the end of September for concierge, the Disneyland hotel was more expensive then the Grand Californian. Isn't the Disneyland hotel usually like $20 more then the Paradise Pier? It was like in the $400 range, while Paradise Pier is $189. Also, will there most likely be a better rate if I wait until it's closer to the date I want to go?

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    Re: AP hotel rates

    AP rates are subject to availablilty.

    We have 2 rooms booked at the DLH for the D23 convention and the Haunted Mansion Event that are AP rates plus $40 for concierge, but then again, we booked them earlier this year.

    Good luck!
    Last edited by OldSchoolMickey; 06-30-2009, 11:55 AM.

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      Re: AP hotel rates

      Oh, and forget doing reservations thru the site.

      Do it "old school" (hehe) and let your fingers do the walking. It is always better talking with a real person vs online.

      And I'd make at least three phone calls asking about the rates.

      Yes, they can change by the hour... :blink:

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        Re: AP hotel rates

        Thanks! And do you know why some rates are AP5 or AP7? What do the numbers mean?

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          Re: AP hotel rates

          Where do you see the codes? I always see the rate they are offering for each hotel/room level.
          Keith





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            Re: AP hotel rates

            Originally posted by OldSchoolMickey View Post
            Oh, and forget doing reservations thru the site.

            Do it "old school" (hehe) and let your fingers do the walking. It is always better talking with a real person vs online.

            And I'd make at least three phone calls asking about the rates.

            Yes, they can change by the hour... :blink:

            WOW, like gasoline prices!
            Follies of the Living..............Concerns of the Dead

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              Re: AP hotel rates

              Originally posted by Leota View Post
              Thanks! And do you know why some rates are AP5 or AP7? What do the numbers mean?




              Typically, they are in numerical order as they offer the special rates.

              AP1
              AP2
              Ap3
              etc...

              Each one has its own special rates and dates.

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