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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonMac View Post
    Why not point people to this:

    https://www.contractoruk.com/forums/...otel-tips.html

    Rather than have two stickies on the same topic?
    Since that thread is 10 years old, I’ve moved the latest posts here and dropped the others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cojak View Post
    Since that thread is 10 years old, I’ve moved the latest posts here and dropped the others.
    It’s always worth having a chat with hotel management if you’re planning on being somewhere for a while. They’ll usually come up with a deal, especially if 2/3 of you ask together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amanensia View Post
    It’s always worth having a chat with hotel management if you’re planning on being somewhere for a while. They’ll usually come up with a deal, especially if 2/3 of you ask together.
    They sometimes do, but if you have a regular pattern it's way cheaper just to book several weeks in advance
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    Hôtel de Neuville - Arc de Triomphe. Clean hotel, friendly stuff, good location. Near public transit. Good place for shopping, lots of restaurants & bars nearby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KellyW View Post
    Hôtel de Neuville - Arc de Triomphe. Clean hotel, friendly stuff, good location. Near public transit. Good place for shopping, lots of restaurants & bars nearby.
    Registered a handle just to post this???
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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterBait View Post
    Registered a handle just to post this???
    Well it is an answer to the OP's original question before the thread moved on to other things.

    And the hotel doesn't look that bad. It's not my choice of hotel but it doesn't look bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterBait View Post
    Registered a handle just to post this???

    Not quite. I think Kelly was hoping to be able to PM and advertise her insurance company.
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    I have a one bedroom unfurnished flat on the 3rd floor, which I intend to furnish.
    The problem is that there is not a separate entrance so I would need to rent it to someone I could trust.
    It would be suitable for a contractor working Monday to Fridays in Brussels. Maybe I should advertise via the agents that I know.




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