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    Quote Originally Posted by mom2binsd View Post
    I'd avoid staying further out, you'll spend quite a bit of time traveling in, and maybe not save that much. Also do not worry about safety around the area, it is very safe, just don't walk with your phone out, but that goes for any big city.

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    Thanks, this is helpful. I think I'm going with the Swissotel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daisyd View Post
    Thanks, this is helpful. I think I'm going with the Swissotel.
    If you’re staying at the swissotel, ask for a lower floor where you can walk up and down if needed. They have a huge problem with the elevators every time I’ve been there and it’s been crowded, like 10minute waits for the elevator (this is mostly going down, going up is OK)
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    Definitely keep your eyes peeled, check sites like trivago, you can set alerts to let you know if the price drops. There are so many hotels around that area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mommy111 View Post
    If you’re staying at the swissotel, ask for a lower floor where you can walk up and down if needed. They have a huge problem with the elevators every time I’ve been there and it’s been crowded, like 10minute waits for the elevator (this is mostly going down, going up is OK)
    Thanks, I'll keep that in mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mom2binsd View Post
    Definitely keep your eyes peeled, check sites like trivago, you can set alerts to let you know if the price drops. There are so many hotels around that area.

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    Good suggestion, thanks!

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    What about the Lowe’s? That one is newer and on the north side of the river so you closer to shops and restaurants in the mag mile.


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    Quote Originally Posted by arivecchi View Post
    What about the Lowe’s? That one is newer and on the north side of the river so you closer to shops and restaurants in the mag mile.


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    Thanks! I'll check it out.

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    We stayed at the Hyatt two years ago for $100/night. We used Hotwire and chose a 4 star hotel in that area, all of which have good reviews, so it didn’t matter which one we got.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zukeypur View Post
    We stayed at the Hyatt two years ago for $100/night. We used Hotwire and chose a 4 star hotel in that area, all of which have good reviews, so it didn’t matter which one we got.
    Checking out hotwire right now. Thanks!

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