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#1 nitasarn

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    Posted 06 November 2008 - 06:38 AM

    I need advice. Me and FI were using a TA hoping that we could make it easier for our guest to pay in increments, but the process us sooo jumbled(i have to be on her, not once has she called me with updates etc, I have to call her). We are getting married in Vegas and she has quoted me packages ranging from 600-700 estimating, and those are in two star-3 star hotels. My wedding is September 2009. Im thinking of just dropping the TA all together and just sending out our hotel information and perhaps organize a room block. I went to Vegas and stayed at Paris hotel for 300 TOTAL. Are those days goneAre we looking too early?? Advice please?

    #2 TA Melinda

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      Posted 13 November 2008 - 01:47 AM

      Hi Nitasarn,

      The current rates at Paris range from $160 to 260 per room per night plus tax depending on the dates and are based on 1-2 adults in the room. A room block (which can be arranged and facilitated by your TA) is a good idea in general because Vegas is a big conference destination and you don't want to run out of rooms for your guests prior to the wedding should there be several events occurring at the same time (as often there are). Vegas is also a great destination to have a room block arranged at your preferred hotel along with a more moderate option for budget conscious guests.

      Hope this helps!


      #3 JessicaPV

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        Posted 13 November 2008 - 02:25 AM

        Every year we go to Vegas and we have been there already twice this year.

        The rates at Paris are normally in the 200 to 300 dollars range. Surprisingly the last time we were there this year the rates at the Bellagio were a little lower (in the upper $100's). Given our experience booking at Vegas Hotels we went ahead and moths ago we already booked for our trip to our 2009 convention in Feb.

        Our advise to you is to check the rates for the hotels that you like on the specific dates of your wedding since, as Melinda mentions, the flood of conventions change dramatically the availability of hotels and one or two days difference can signify 300 dollars easily.

        It is never too early to book and we have found out that doing it as early as possible gives you the best accomodations for your money.

        Best of luck!

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