Holiday Inn Express Orange Beach

24700 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange Beach, Alabama, 36561, United States
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88%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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138
Very Good
31%
99
Average
14%
47
Poor
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20
Terrible
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14

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  • Families77
  • Couples77
  • Solo62
  • Business75

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Radisson Hotels and the...

by lyricdiva

Radisson Hotels and the AmericanSuites Hotels
$90 - $125/night Each room is a complete suite, plus you get free breakfast the next morning. Very nice accomodation. 4 people can easily stay in one room, or just spread out. They're fun.

Well, I usually crash on a...

by stuffitinme

Well, I usually crash on a friends floor! But is you can't do that, there are sooooo many hotels to choose from. As cheap as Hostels and as expensive as the Royal York, there are tons in between. I'm sure a guide book or web site of Toronto can help you out better than I

avoid hotels in downtown big...

by fabrice

avoid hotels in downtown big cities,they are extremely expensive,and downtowns are most of the time very dangerous at night; go to a motel at 30 kms,it will be clean ,nice,quiet,and very cheap;do the same everywhere!

Super 8

by b1bob about Super 8

Between $40-70 per night (price varies depending on area) Good and comfortable rooms without costing an arm and a leg. Usually when you comparison shop between the national brands of hotels, Super 8 comes out the cheapest every time.

Tips on finding a hotel, motel, or B&B in the USA

by VA_Dave

This is how I begin searching for hotels.

Go to http://www.travelaxe.com and download their free hotel search program. You have to register, but you can select not to get emails from them. Of course this is all a bother, but it has saved me lots of time and money.

Then you go online and start travelaxe and tell them to search all the hotels in your destination city during the dates you plan to be there. The program goes to all the hotel and travel sites and compares their best rates. You can sort by cost, location, etc. To
sort by cost, just click on the "best price" column. That is the total cost for your stay, not one night. Then go to the travelaxe "Map of" page and narrow down the map to where you want to be close to by clicking. Then go back to the "hotel rate" page and click on the "Distance" column. That will show you the distance in miles of each hotel from where you want to be.

I also use the new google maps feature to see where things are and to find hotels that may not be listed by travelaxe. Go to

http://maps.google.com

and input your destination "city, state". Then
put in the "street address" you are interested in, if you know it. Then input "motels" or "hotels" and they will pop up on the map.
Notice over on the right where is says "satellite"? Click there and get a satellite photo of where you want to be in your destination city.

Cool stuff! Now you know what choices are available and what they cost. You can use VT to search for recommendations.

where to stay from SF to LA

by rkearns about hot springs, b&b's, chain hotels

1. usually flights are cheap from la to sf on virgin, but i searched flights for two adults from la to sf around oct, 26th on virgin and got $79 on way per person, $358 total. if you rented from enterprise, it would be about $55 per day with basic insurance for economy then about $60 gas each way so i'll let you do the math. do you want time or efficiency?

2. drive time on coast, 10 hrs. (more if you stop for lunch, views, stretching, etc.)
drive time on hwy 101, 7-7.5 hrs going about 70mph (depending on actual l.a. location). sf to yosemite (valley basin) is 3.5 hrs.

3. stay in san luis obispo. it's half way. there's a travel lodge right off the marsh st. exit if you just want to sleep or you couldstay at the garden st. inn B&B. if you want something more couple-intimate, luxurious, stay at the sycamore hot springs near avila just ten mins. south. it's AWESOME.

http://www.sycamoresprings.com/

http://www.gardenstreetinn.com/

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Pet Friendly Hotels?

by soozyd

Hey all - I'm looking into "pet friendly" hotels in the U.S. Have any of you happened to come across any on your travels that you might recommend?

Thank you!
Susan
VT Features Editor

Re: Pet Friendly Hotels?

by sararosa

For a list of pet friendly hotels go to the web site pet friendly hotels.net Place the city and state that you plan to visit. The site will list all pet friendly places to stay,their rates per night and phone number. for many of the hotels/motels there is a one time pet cleaning fee of up to 75.00 US dollars. While in the USA you can also visit dog shows in any city too. Entrance for as little as 0-5 dollars per person the web site for the shows are www.info dog.com.The Residence Inn( A hotel chain) has long term stays , I think a friend of mine stayed for a month with her two cats. I have traveled throughout the USA with my two labador Retrievers and Pet friendly hotels have a warm welcome.

Re: Pet Friendly Hotels?

by travelmad478

When my dog and I did a lot of road trips through the US, we often stayed at Motel 6, which had a very accommodating pet policy. This was at least 10 years ago, so things might have changed since, but I used to rely on this chain as a reliable standby.

Re: Pet Friendly Hotels?

by JonoMan

Motel 6, Days Inn, Howard Johnson are all usally pet-friendly hotels, however they are the bottom of the chain.

I'd recommend searching Best Western's, some of them allow pets and are nice 2-3 star hotels.

Re: Pet Friendly Hotels?

by soozyd

Thanks very much, all, for your replies. I'll definitely look into all of these!

Re: Pet Friendly Hotels?

by Travmad

I agree I've used motel 6 as well for a nights stay. It was OK.

Re: Pet Friendly Hotels?

by heywinks

Go to this website for more ideas:
www.petswelcome.com

Outside line from hotels

by jesniel

What is the standard dial to get an outside line from hotels in i.e. Seattle, Portland and Boston.

And how should you modem dial, pulse or tone?

Re: Outside line from hotels

by Wiley_Coyote

in the US most outside lines are reached by dialing a "9" before the rest of the numbers. your modem should definitely be set to tone. but do be aware that some new and fancy hotels that have digital lines are not all compatible with all laptop modems and have been known to overheat the modems and blow them out! but, usually in these (often rather pricey) places, you'll most likely see an ethernet jack in the room to plug in to anyway.

Re: Outside line from hotels

by ChiOBambi

Most hotels in the US require you to dial a 9 to get an outside line. I've seen 8 used in some instances. Modem should dial tone.

Hope that helps,
Bambi

Re: Re: Outside line from hotels

by wctryltd

each phone will have instructions that tell you exactly how to connect to outside lines. Usually 9 is local, 8 is long distance. Be careful - some hotels charge for even local calls - so you if you spend a long time online, you'll rack up a large bill.

Many of the nicer hotels now have business centers with computers that you can use for web access - in addition to usually providing faster connection speeds - they can sometimes be cheaper (or at least easier) than trying to get online. Call ahead - and you may be able to get by without having to lug your laptop (i sometimes end up having to carry both a clarinet and a laptop - not a great combination).

As for pulse or tone, i've never seen a hotel (except for the deep south - the l'il abner motel) require anything but tone.

cheers
-bill

Hotels in San Francisco and Honululu

by ingenue_2004

Hi

Planning to visit SF and Honululu sometime in Dec. Any recomendation on good hotels to stay in at both locations is much appreciated. For info, we're looking for a mid-range accomodation, somewhere in the heart of the city. Thks!!!

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Address: 24700 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange Beach, Alabama, 36561, United States