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[EXPIRED] Millennium Resort ,Patong Beach 3 - 25

[EXPIRED] Millennium Resort ,Patong Beach 3 - 25

Old May 15, 14, 12:03 pm
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I dont like Patong. Beach is overly crowded and not nice. Stay at Hyatt. There are about 5 of the best beaches near Hyatt.
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Old May 15, 14, 12:06 pm
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Also, went to m.expedia.com and logged in. Booked 3 nights and used promo code "mobile25" and it took off $25. So on a night where it's only available for $35 (after tax) I got it to 105 - 25 with the mobile code on the mobile site.

Otherwise I just looked on kayak or sites mentioned here.

Thanks OP another good flexible rate. ;-)

Originally Posted by ben63 View Post
The Hyatt is expensive - can't see it under 109 use...
Diamond rate is 2880 THB ($88) + used suite upgrade to two bdr suite. Split with friend. = $44+ with lounge and breakfast. ;-)
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Old May 15, 14, 12:10 pm
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Originally Posted by FAllWay View Post
I dont like Patong. Beach is overly crowded and not nice. Stay at Hyatt. There are about 5 of the best beaches near Hyatt.
I agree. I haven't decided for sure. But am thinking of switching because $13 is temping. And it's not like I'm on my two week vacation, I need to be working. I week there with 12 hour work days would do us good. ... then back to the hyatt.
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Old May 15, 14, 12:35 pm
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Originally Posted by chokdee View Post
I'm amazed how long this one has lasted, particularly as it was early evening Thai time when I posted. Since we are getting closer to midnight now in Thailand this may just go on for a while longer.

I originally spotted it on booking.com at 2.50 pn room only in the superior rising for the deluxe room etc.

Made a quick booking and almost immediately booking.com pulled the rate which made me think the hotel had spotted the mistake and the other OTA's would follow quickly as the hotel moved to end the offer.

Hence why I said ''better get in quick''.

Seems though it was only booking.com who pulled the rate. Methinks they may have my account flagged by now to set off an alarm throughout their headquarters every time I make a booking!

haha, yeah, I can see them doing that
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Old May 15, 14, 12:49 pm
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Was on expedia a couple of minutes ago and this:
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Old May 15, 14, 12:57 pm
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Originally Posted by nvoi View Post
just booked with ebookers using discount code EBK20HOTEL for an additional 20%
Thanks, had a booking with Ebookers but fortunately choose a rate that was cancelable, now another booking on Ebookers.de with the discount applied.
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Old May 15, 14, 1:09 pm
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Originally Posted by daprophecy View Post
Was on expedia a couple of minutes ago and this:
what happens in case of cancelation by the hotel if u book a flight+hotel package? In this case OTA can't cancel the full package?!

Last edited by ben63; May 15, 14 at 1:19 pm
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Old May 15, 14, 1:23 pm
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Originally Posted by ben63 View Post
what happens in case of cancelation by the hotel if u book a flight+hotel package? In this case OTA can't cancel the full package?!
I guess add travel insurance? I don't really know what they would do.
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Old May 15, 14, 1:44 pm
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Just booked a junior suite, 7 nights $80 in total, refundable. Found through hotelscombined.
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Old May 15, 14, 2:51 pm
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Still on...just booked 4 nights in December
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Old May 15, 14, 3:35 pm
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Thanks OP!

Booked ~2 weeks during holiday period. Whee, now to figure out how to get there.
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Old May 15, 14, 4:02 pm
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The question is.....bearing in mind the large number of bookings that are taking place will the Millennium be as charitable as the Holiday Inn, Patong were a few years ago?

It was the Holiday Inn wasn't it ?
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Old May 15, 14, 4:08 pm
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Originally Posted by chokdee View Post
The question is.....bearing in mind the large number of bookings that are taking place will the Millennium be as charitable as the Holiday Inn, Patong were a few years ago?

It was the Holiday Inn wasn't it ?
What happened last year?
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Old May 15, 14, 4:09 pm
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Booked 6 nights used the discount code on eBookers.com.
average 9 pound per night all in with free ABF.

Many thanks OP a good catch!!
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Old May 15, 14, 4:42 pm
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Booked 4 nights in September. Nothing to lose! Thanks OP!
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