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Hi Brooke, Sorry but its rubbish that Booking.com cannot touch it. What you should have said is They Wont Touch It.
Hi Zsolt, Your comment was well meaning but I think you missed my point. I don't believe we should have to wait 24 hours, when the booking is MADE within 72 hours off arrival. For bookings 2 months, or 2 weeks away. i already do as you suggest.
My question was, "I wonder how many of you, once you are finally able to reenlist your own room, are left with it vacant, when its currently 48 hours to check in. "
I would love to hear your thoughts.
I know its different for booking within the last 24 hours. Why can't this feature be extended to bookings within one week of arrival.?
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