4 Replies Latest reply: Sep 25, 2015 3:30 PM by eb5147 RSS

Do you keep your room type if you shorten a reservation?

familyvacation Gold
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I know that if you modify a reservation you risk paying a higher room rate.    Do you also risk losing your reserved room type if you are just shortening the length of a reservation?   I can understand that happening if you are lengthening a reservation and the room type is no longer available on the additional day(s), but theoretically it shouldn't happen for shortening a reservation.  Thanks.

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  • Re: Do you keep your room type if you shorten a reservation?
    702rugbyref Platinum
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    I keep mine.

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  • Re: Do you keep your room type if you shorten a reservation?
    *lucky1* Silver
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    Keep...

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  • Re: Do you keep your room type if you shorten a reservation?
    carat Community Manager Marriott Associate Silver
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    Very interesting question, familyvacation

     

    I'm curious, what would your answer be? Or are you looking to the community for some guidance?

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  • Re: Do you keep your room type if you shorten a reservation?
    eb5147 Alumni Steward Platinum 7 Reviews
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    I read this wrong initially.  It's about whether or not the hotel gives you the same type of room if it's shortened, right?  I would think you might even be able to get a better room if it could be upgraded to a shorter time length.  If it's like a vacation, you can often get better rooms at non-peak times of the week than you can if it includes a weekend.  I usually like to book on Sunday through Thursday for that reason.  Lower points or rates and better room choices.  The room comparison reservations can usually help you decide.

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