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Old Apr 11, 12, 1:29 pm   #556
 
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[quote=sawlw;16990082]Used IBM in San Diego and Huntington beach did online check in and kiosk check in no problem at all[/

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Old Apr 12, 12, 4:40 am   #557
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LVMH rate now.
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Old Apr 19, 12, 4:24 am   #558
 
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IBM code for 2012 in the bay area are not so great anymore still okay but not great. used to score the sfo hyatt for 80/nt + free parking
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Old Apr 21, 12, 10:01 am   #559
 
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IBM code for 2012 in the bay area are not so great anymore still okay but not great. used to score the sfo hyatt for 80/nt + free parking
I just stayed at the Hyatt Grand for $145. Very reasonable for the City.
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Old Apr 23, 12, 9:00 pm   #560
 
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Does anyone know the Deloitte rate? I have searched but to no avail.
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Old Apr 24, 12, 4:35 am   #561
 
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Does anyone know the Deloitte rate? I have searched but to no avail.
Just call and ask them to book you in it.
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Old Apr 26, 12, 11:38 pm   #562
 
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Just call and ask them to book you in it.
That is what I have been doing but I would prefer to book/compare rates online which requires the code.
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Old Apr 28, 12, 9:03 am   #563
 
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Interstingly, the code for Credit Suisse apparently doesn't require valid company ID at check-in whereas most seem to.
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Old Apr 28, 12, 10:40 am   #564
 
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Interstingly, the code for Credit Suisse apparently doesn't require valid company ID at check-in whereas most seem to.
It does

I've been asked for it in HK
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Old Apr 30, 12, 7:44 am   #565
 
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Can't all this argument be solved by using web check-in then scanning the code to get your room keys at the self-check in kiosk (where available)?

How are they going to ask for ID in this way?
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Old Apr 30, 12, 7:37 pm   #566
 
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Can't all this argument be solved by using web check-in then scanning the code to get your room keys at the self-check in kiosk (where available)?

How are they going to ask for ID in this way?
Web check-in is not available in all properties.
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Old Apr 30, 12, 9:03 pm   #567
 
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Has anyone used gift certificates to pay for the room while also using a corp code? Do they tend to frown on that?
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Old Apr 30, 12, 11:17 pm   #568
 
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Has anyone used gift certificates to pay for the room while also using a corp code? Do they tend to frown on that?
AFAIK, the terms and conditions of the Hyatt check certificates exclude eligibility for corporate rates, but YMMV depending on the hotel.
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Old May 1, 12, 5:13 am   #569
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Has anyone used gift certificates to pay for the room while also using a corp code? Do they tend to frown on that?
When you say "gift certificate" do you mean "check certificate" ? If so, the current terms say they are not valid for "negotiated volume rates". There was discussion on whether that terminology included corporate rates or not, but I don't recall if there was ever a definitive answer. That said, I've used the Costco Hyatt check certificates with my corporate rate at several domestic hotels and resorts without problem, as recently as last weekend.
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Old May 2, 12, 8:52 am   #570
 
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which corporates offer the best value ?!

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