Amazing Deal Alert: $9 Rooms at The William Vale


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Here’s an amazing deal you’ll want to jump on at The William Vale, which has rooms for $9 on select dates in June right now, bookable on their website, as well as many third-party sites as well.

You can book this deal on the hotel’s website directly and then searching for the dates you’re looking in. Currently select dates in June are coming up at this rate, however you’ll want to act fast if you’re interested in this.

If you’re wondering if this deal will be honored, I sure hope so! Additionally, where searching the packages you can even choose the bed and breakfast special, which also is coming up at the same price.

Have you stayed at the William Vale before? Feel free to share in the comments below!

Hat Tip: Extreme Hotel Deals

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Comments

  1. Fantastic. Just booked two nights for $28 all in, and that includes $25 breakfast credit per person per day.

  2. Just booked 2 rooms in June directly through the hotel, high floor with breakfast for 2 for less than $40 each. We’ll see if it sticks.

  3. I booked through booking, two nights for less than $28 total. Received confirmation from the site, then received confirmation directly from hotel.

  4. I received an email from their so-called “Director of Sales” saying this was a mistake rate, and that they have already cancelled the reservation in the system, but when I checked, I still have a valid reservation. I have already replied that should this valid reservation of mine not be honored, I will write a complaint to the necessary NYC authorities and consumer bodies, and also post reviews about this unpleasant experience on how they have handled this issue.

  5. Seriously, if they cancel it, so what? It was clear everybody booked it as a speculative booking because there was a high likelihood it was going to get cancelled. Why the need to get litigious (or if not quite litigious, why the need to file a complaint to authorities/consumer bodies)? Take it as a loss and move on.

    We are not entitled to everything we think we deserve (and it was a stretch to begin with to think we deserve $9 hotel rooms in Brooklyn).

  6. It costs you nothing financial to file a complaint to the NYC authorities for a clearly deceptive business practice. You can’t simply advertise something at a price, have the reservation held as valid for 48 hours, and then decide to cancel because you refuse to honor a rate that your website advertised for a couple of hours. The mistake is not the fault of the consumer, it is the fault of your business. So as a business, you should take responsibility and honor the rate, otherwise, you should close down and go out of business. Otherwise, future businesses will simply ride roughshod over consumers and customers, and never honor their word.

    The website to file your complaint is https://www.dos.ny.gov/consumerprotection/form/ComplaintForm1.asp

    I advise everyone to do so and file a complaint if your reservation is cancelled without your consent and not honored.

  7. File a complaint at https://www.dos.ny.gov/consumerprotection/form/ComplaintForm1.asp

    It costs you nothing, and you might get a favorable outcome. Do not let companies get away with not honoring what they advertise on their websites. Even if it is a mistake rate, it is not your mistake but the hotel’s mistake. They should own up to it, and honor their advertised rate at that time, and not try to weasel their way out by cancelling on people’s reservations.

  8. @Observer @Sang Kancil Guru.

    I booked 2 nights as well and of course it was canceled, while I wish it wasn’t, filing a complaint is very wrong I think, this was not advertised, this was a rate that someone must of fat fingered in and someone noticed and posted it on this forum. Thinking that they will honor it was a far stretch and I assume you knew it. All filing a complaint will do is get the person that entered it into trouble if not fired. I doubt the owners give a hoot either way.

  9. What “clearly deceptive business practice” do you see here?

    You mean they intentionally offered $9 rates to trick people into booking when rates for every other day on the calendar was $300-$600? That’s a stretch. And 48 hour notice is completely acceptable.

    Some people are given an inch and take a mile. Travel hackers these days have lost perspective and it’s disgusting

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