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    Does anyone else think they are way overpriced? I remember getting the PPH for $79.00 a night off season just a couple of years ago. I have to say, it was a nice hotel room, but so not worth anything over $90 a night.
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    I think most hotels are over priced.
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      Originally posted by mouse freak View Post
      Does anyone else think they are way overpriced? I remember getting the PPH for $79.00 a night off season just a couple of years ago. I have to say, it was a nice hotel room, but so not worth anything over $90 a night.
      I have a hard time justifying it, which is why we don't stay there anymore. I like staying somewhere nice, and can usually get places for $100 a night. (In Dec, we have the 1-bedroom unit at Residence Inn for $119 a night for 10 nights.) I cannot justify in my mind $300-500 a night.
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