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    Hey guys, just FYI. I work for Expedia and we were told that any cancellations on Disney hotels automatically revert back to the hotel itself for those dates. So your best bet is to put yourself on the waiting list there and hope for the best at this point. The online companies are pretty sure they're not getting anymore rooms. I wish I had better news, but I will post if I get anything else.
    "Do it for me then. Your gaming buddies are going to be there too. It will be good for you kids to go out and blow the stink off yourselves for one night."

    "Fine. For you. And for the eradication of stink."


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    Quote Originally Posted by jsmith157
    Hey guys, just FYI. I work for Expedia and we were told that any cancellations on Disney hotels automatically revert back to the hotel itself for those dates. So your best bet is to put yourself on the waiting list there and hope for the best at this point. The online companies are pretty sure they're not getting anymore rooms. I wish I had better news, but I will post if I get anything else.
    Thank you for that info! That helps.
    Keep us posted!

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    I booked our room, not at DLH though back in the fall. We have two rooms across the street on Harbor. They are stumbling distance for late night walk backs.

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    Okay, I just booked a room at the Park Inn Anaheim. I'm so excited. I confirmed a room facing Disneyland. PIA is steps away from Disneyland. Awesome possum!
    Woohoo!

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    Wow!

    We booked back in August for 2 rooms at the HoJo at a great rate! Im so glad we did.

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    Hmmmmm. Maybe I should start auctioning off our spare room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gemini Cricket
    Okay, I just booked a room at the Park Inn Anaheim. I'm so excited. I confirmed a room facing Disneyland. PIA is steps away from Disneyland. Awesome possum!
    Woohoo!
    Sweet! You're stumbling distance from us.

    ~~Mrs. Kerbell, but you can call me....stin.

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    Grumpy4 and I are across Harbor as well, at the...Best Western something-something...? So we can all stumble home together! Safety in numbers, you know!

    Are you all staying 2 nights, the 16th and 17th?

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    Who needs sleep?

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    Since people are looking for hotels here, I'll give a shout-out to Travelaxe, a Windows program from Travelaxe.com. Basically a large search engine of travel sites and bookers.

    The program's notable exclusions are Orbitz and Travelocity (aka Saabre,) which either don't want to be including or couldn't be included for technical reasons. So be sure to check those individually against the Travelaxe results.

    Not going to be particularly helpful into getting into an on-property hotel, I'd imagine, but I use Travelaxe to search for prices and then use TripAdvisor.com to see how good the hotels are so I don't wind up in a dump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SusieP.
    Grumpy4 and I are across Harbor as well, at the...Best Western something-something...? So we can all stumble home together! Safety in numbers, you know!

    Are you all staying 2 nights, the 16th and 17th?
    Sounds good.

    I think we're there four nights.....15-19th. Have to confirm with the trip diva, dsnylndmom.

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    Theres Hope

    I was truly bumbed out when reading the news here about The Disney resort being booked! so I called just to make sure, the Cast member said not a room or suite fully booked, so I called the Marriot accross the street and received a wonderful rate for that weekend, "Check it out"

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    I have a room at the GCH. If I remember correctly, the hotel was almost full way back in September when I booked it.

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    When we lived in Rancho Cucamonga, it was a nice easy drive to the "park" now we live in Utah and its a nice 8 Hr drive with the kids replying every five minutes !!!ARE WE THERE YET!!! we will brave the drive again tomorrow, see you all at the park.

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