Consumer Complaints and Reviews
I agree with the other disappointed customers and only wish I had read their reviews before booking with Hotwire. It is a SCAM, they lie in their advertisement and do not own up to their mistakes. They claim high original prices on the advertised hotels so that they can come up with "the big discount" that is actually comparable with other websites where you do not have to book "blindly" and have a chance to cancel in case of change of plans. I actually ended up with an old shabby dirty Motel. The Hotwire staff is obviously used to and trained for complaints as they are very uncooperative and plain rude. NEVER AGAIN!
Hotwire offered a "deal" on a 4 star hotel. The example 4 star hotels include the likes of Westin and Hilton. I booked this "deal" through them. They put me in a Club Quarters. I have stayed in Club Quarters and I have stayed in Westins. They are not comparable. Hotwire's 4 star rating was deceptive. And, like many others, my unrefundable deal rate was what Club Quarters was offering on their website. The rate was $90. Typical 4 star rated hotel rate in Philadelphia, right? Hotwire refused to provide a refund. I will never use Hotwire again and I will tell everyone I can about this experience. Hotwire should be investigated. Us consumers need support.
We recently booked a hotel through Hotwire. The "hot rate" option showed a hotel that was reduced from $132 to $73. We bought that one. When the hotel was revealed, we noticed that the exact same hotel was showing available on the Hotwire site for a little over $80. It was also available on the hotel's site for the $85. Basically, Hotwire's "hot rate" was a lie. I contacted Hotwire about this and they didn't take it seriously. When a company lies and deceives customers, that's not a company that I want to do business with. I'll try Priceline next time.
I booked a serviced apartment in London recently (Ascot Apartments) through Hotwire. Hotwire charged me immediately when I made the booking and sent the usual confirmation email. It was meant to be a meet and greet service at Ascot. I tried to get in touch with the venue but had no success. I called Ascot and Hotwire more than a dozen times and sent 4 emails (all on the designated contact numbers/emails) to them but did not get one single response. I was essentially left homeless in London for half a day due to this and only managed to book into another Hotel very late that night and had to pay a small fortune through this alternative accommodation.
Having had no reply from them for many days I called again today and eventually got through to a Hotwire customer service agent. They basically told me it wasn't their problem as Ascot had already deducted the money even though I received nothing from them! The agent then became more and more unhelpful and would you believe then deliberately dropped the call as she was unable to deal with my queries. It is simply outrageous behaviour as Hotwire deducted the money off my credit card and Ascot apartments may not even exist as they do not return any form of contact and Hotwire don't seem to care whatsoever.
AVOID USING HOTWIRE at all costs as I believe they are simply trying to defraud customers like me and you. I have never experienced this form of treatment from any organisation and I would strongly advise all people with any sense to never use Hotwire again. They are refusing to reimburse me and I have now contacted my financial service company to report their behaviour to the criminal authorities.
I used this website to book a hotel in Iceland. They promised over the phone that it was a 3 star hotel and would have certain amenities. When I showed up this place was at best a 2 star hotel (it was a dump). Every drug addict in Iceland was either checking in or out. The lady at the front desk did not speak English or Icelandic. She was Chinese and the only thing she could do was check people in or out. I called Hotwire and was connected with a lady in the Philippines and would only tell me that all sales are final. They refused to offer any kind of refund and were of no help whatsoever. Any time you questioned their business practices they always seemed to have a scripted answer for everything. Basically for the most part everything I was told over the phone amounted to "you've been ripped off and there is nothing you can do about it."
This is a fraudulent company. Their business practices are nothing short of criminal. I don't understand how they are able to operate in San Francisco committing fraud on a daily basis stealing people's hard-earned money using deceptive business practices. Also, to add insult to injury the people who didn't use hotwire.com to book their rooms were paying hundreds of dollars less than I paid just by walking through the front door paying directly at the hotel. Talk about a predatory company. I believe Expedia is also a sister company to Hotwire. Hotels.com, Priceline, etc. I believe all operate the same way.
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We have officially had our worst travel experience ever. We booked 4 nights at a hotel in London through Hotwire. Arrived to find a locked door to an apartment building. Two men smoking outside on steps said this is not a hotel. They advised us that there may be a hotel down the street that could help us. We walked all the way toting our luggage to the other hotel. They told us they hear that complain all the time. We called and called the number on the listing and emailed and texted (using our $1 per minute roaming fees and data seeing we're on our 10 year anniversary from America). No answer. No reply. We finally broke down and booked a night at a nearby hotel while frantically trying to contact customer service with Hotwire to help us resolve the issue. Received a call at 2:00 AM saying the man was there at the front desk ready for us.
We had already gone to bed and didn't want to walk the distance back in the middle of the night and we would go first thing in the morning. Hotwire gave us another number and told us John would call us in the morning. We never received a call the next day. We called the number Hotwire gave us. We had the man at the front desk of our Comfort Inn Hotel call the number. He said that it is very odd that they are using a mobile phone number for a hotel. We walked back to the hotel to see if we did not see an entrance possibly on the back side. Still no lobby. Just locked apartments. Found a way to get into the office of the building. Woman was on phone said "that's none of my concern. You'll have to find him whoever he is." Hotwire just advised us we were marked down as a no show and will not be refunded any of our money. We are now contacting our bank to mark this as a fraudulent transaction and see if they can help.
When my husband went to visit our granddaughter he booked the hotel room through Hotwire. He indicated one adult and one child. When he arrived, it was one king bed. The hotel had no doubles. The child is an 11-year-old girl. The best the hotel could do was give us her a room to herself across the hall. After contacting Hotwire, they said they don't guarantee room types and we had to accept that situation. We are in a legal battle with the grandmother/guardian and know she is going to use this against us. We will never use Hotwire again for anything!
I attempted to book a flight for my family and after a Google search for companies that accepted PayPal I went to Hotwire since they said they accepted PayPal. After finding a flight that would fit my family's budget the payment option for PayPal was not an option. I called the customer service number after verifying with Hotwire's FAQ that PayPal was a valid form of payment. I was transferred 6 times, and then hung up on twice! So the third time I just asked for a manager, I was connected with a manager by the name of Alex who stated that PayPal was never an option! I asked why they advertise as a company that accepts PayPal and why their FAQ's also state you can use that form of payment and his answer was "I don't know".
So I asked to speak to a senior manager or corporate and was directed to another person. She stated at first that I just need to check a box and proceed with PayPal. I told her there is no box and she started looking for it herself. Finally she decided to call her help desk and get assistance. After over 35-45 min she came back and said, "I am sorry they must of recently changed the payment option and have not had the chance to make the changes on their FAQ's and website in general!!!" And then another "Sorry there is nothing I can do!" How about you find a way to honor what you tell your customers and stop lying and misleading people? Everyone in this company has different information!
I found a better deal ($200 total) on LivingSocial for hotel rate, however LivingSocial uses a base rate and you pay taxes separately. When I asked HotWire to refund or provide me with credit for the difference, they refused on the basis that I had to also provide taxes/fees for the LivingSocial price. Sorry Hotwire but taxes don't account for a $200 difference on a $159 night hotel room. I spoke to customer service at first and was speaking to a rep whom refused to allow me to speak to a supervisor thus my denial was via email. I overpaid $200 for choosing Hotwire first and was treated poorly by reps presumably in a call center on the other side of the globe.
Having successfully booked hotels more than thirty times in the past five years with Hotwire, I attempted to do so again. What a disaster! I completed the parameters: West Palm Beach, check in December 6, check out December 8, one person, one room. The results were only two Hotwire rate hotels. I clicked on the "Hotels" tab thinking that for the time of year local hotels were not cooperating with the secret rate. Hotwire website asked the same questions again, but did not provide any listings. I phoned Hotwire but the rep asked at which hotel I wanted to stay. Duh! If I knew the name of hotels in the area I'd simply visit those hotel websites. Hotwire used to be a good service; no more. After three attempts, I booked a room through Priceline. Hotwire has turned cold.
I wish I had read the reviews on this scam company!!! I made a purchase off here and not only did I not get a confirmation, they kept lying and saying they did. When I asked for my money back they basically placed it on hold and took it out anyway!! So now I have to close out my account and try to get the $114.00 they scammed us out of!! This is by far, the absolute WORSE COMPANY I HAVE DEALT WITH!! STAY AWAY FROM THESE SCAMMERS!!!
This is my first time using the Hot Rate hotel option. I read the reviews on this website, but I thought it couldn't be that bad... So I went ahead and got my hotel with the Hot Rate option. I am very disappointed with the outcome. Like the other users said, the hotel I got a nonrefundable hotel booking with no choice of room type for $116. However, I went on Priceline and other hotel sites and their price is exactly the same as the Hot Rate except booking on these sites allows for 24-hour cancellation notice and the freedom to pick your own hotel and type of room. I am very disappointed with the Hotwire Hot Rates. It's a scam. Don't use it!!!
I booked a hotel through Hotwire and did not realize until I went to check into the hotel that the dates I entered in were not the dates that came out on the reservation. The system must have defaulted to the weekend after I made the reservation, not the original date which was a month later. So I was a "no-show" and I didn't realize this until I arrived. While I take responsibility for not double-checking the reservation before booking it, I never would have expected that the dates would change. I called Hotwire repeatedly and was kept on hold for long periods. I emailed and wrote to the company and the hotel expressing my concerns. No one ever responded. Be careful using this service! Has anyone else experienced this?
Hotwire SUCKS - the agent promised me that the some of the rooms had the amenities I wanted and if I didn't get a room with the amenities (micro/fridge) I could transfer the booking over to another hotel. WRONG on both counts. None of the rooms had both micro/ fridge and they would not transfer me to another hotel or give a refund. YOU SUCK HOTWIRE - DO NOT USE THEM.
I paid for this rental through Hotwire almost $300. I had to change the itinerary because I was stuck at the airport due to plane delay which was delayed two hours. I let them know and they said I can't cancel it but they can give me credit. I was okay no problem. When I arrived at my destination and I tried to use my credit to get a car rental. They said I can't because it's not hot deal. I said, "Okay, can you just give me back my money. I just want a rental and since you can't provide me one I want my money back." They said, "No we can't" so I had to buy another rental.
The next week I was traveling again and I called to book a rental again. They said I can't use this credit again because it's not a hot deal. They wanted me to book a hotel and car to get the hot deal. I told them I don't need a hotel because work pays for that. I just need a car rental. Again I asked for a manager the agent I spoke to said okay but she did not transfer me to a manager. They transferred me to a regular customer service. I told her I need a manger. She said, "I will be able to help you." I go through the whole process - wait a few minutes. She says, "Sorry mam. I can't help you. Let me transfer you to a manager." Why waste my time when I specifically asked for a manager.
Then the manager again I had to explain to her the situation. She also said I can't use the credit but I can buy a hotel I can use it. What part of 'I don't need a hotel' don't they understand? So, until now still I can't and haven't been able to use my credit because every time it's something with them. I just want my money back. I travel quite a bit and buy online and this is the worst travel rental experience ever. So, now I have almost $300 just on hold and not sure when I will be able to use them since every time I try they come up with an excuse. I wannnnnt my money back.
Due to the devastating fire in the San Bernardino mountains on August 16, 2016 Amtrak cancelled my trip to Albuquerque, New Mexico where I booked a 4-day car rental with Hertz thru Hotwire. I have been trying to get my refund of $190.00 since August 17! Everyone in the call center from the agent to the supervisor tells you the same thing: "Our research team is working on it." It is now Nov. 3. I think this is a ploy to rip people off. By ignoring people long enough Hotwire knows they get tired and toss the towel.
Hotwire brought their call center to the Philippines because they know these workers are docile and will hang on to their very underpaid jobs out of necessity even though they are constantly being yelled at by angry, dissatisfied customers. When I asked to talk to a higher up none of the 15 agents and supervisors combined could give me a name and a phone no. that I could contact here in America. HOTWIRE SHAME ON YOU! YOU LIE AND YOU CHEAT AND YOU EXPLOIT PEOPLE!!!
These people are not only unprofessional but just plain horrible CON-ARTIST!!! I booked a hotel under false pretense. They said that I would stay in a hotel compared to the Hilton, DoubleTree but what they gave me was a roach, rats infested super old falling apart hotel!!! They didn't even cared when I told them that I had a baby and was getting asthma. They told me the booking was final and could not change it or get refund. HOW DOES THE USA ALLOW THESE KIND OF PEOPLE TO DO BUSINESS. I WILL NEVER UNDERSTAND.
2 hours on the phone over the course of 2 days. Still no results: Yesterday 20 minute call: "Your cancellation is being processed. You'll receive confirmation." Today: Minute 10 with an agent. "Cancellation not possible." He raised his voice. I asked for a manager. Today: Minute 25 with the Manager. "I can't find your reservation. I have to transfer you." Today: Minute 40 with the Manager. "I can't find any documentation of your cancellation. It will now take 1-3 hours and we will call you back." I previously loved Hotwire, before they dropped "Express".
I'll try to make this short but like all the Big businesses in the United States Hotwire.com hotels also outsources customer service. But the most horrible experience on the phone. I was charged a different price for a room at the Baymont Hotel in Green Bay Wisconsin last night. It was 20 dollars but it was the fact that I shouldn't have been overcharged and I understand that accidents happen. I called Customer service thinking it would be an easy fix but just the opposite. First of all you have to go through 20 question before being on hold for 27 minutes before a human answered the phone.
I explained the situation to the person but felt like they never understood a word I said. They kept reading a script I'm sure because it was the same answer for every question I had. All she could say is "we don't do refunds." I explained "I'm not trying to get a refund, I was overcharged." They put me on hold which was setting the phone down cause I could hear everyone talking. Sounded like a telemarketing sweat shop. She came back on the phone, said she looked it up and I was overcharged but no refunds I was told. I then asked to speak with a manager and she then put me on a 10 minute hold, came back finally and said manager is on another call. I finally after everything I just gave up.
I did email hotwire.com but haven't heard anything yet. So tomorrow I'm disputing the charges on my card. But it's just horrible that I feel that customer service is one of the most important part of a company. But like many Hotwire doesn't care. As long as they save a buck I'm sure is their outlook. But people like me are tired of this. Customer Service with a language barrier like this is disgusting. They might as well not have customer service at all. It's so bad when companies just don't care about their customers. They don't care about it because there's more customers around the corner. All this over 20 bucks.
Rented a room at a serviced apartment using Hotwire's app. Went there and waited outside for over an hour. Spoke to a resident who confirmed it was the correct address and the apartments were not rented by the day. Spoke to Hotwire support number immediately and they could not contact the hotel. Had to book another hotel so requested a refund. They said it would take 10 days. Waited for two weeks and heard nothing, so chased them. They are still unable to contact the 'hotel' but still not prepared to make refund and want another 10 days to investigate.
Hotwire's website prominently states under "Hotels in our secret collection" that "Hotels don't want to advertise prices this low. You'll get the hotel name after you book, so the hotel keeps its good image." This is a lie. In my case I got a nonrefundable hotel booking for $83.27. However, when I went to the hotel's own website as well as to various booking sites like Expedia and Orbitz, the price for the exact same room ranged between $80 and $82.37. Booking at these other sites also allows for 24-hour cancellation notice, not to mention the freedom to pick your own hotel and type of room.
When booking through Hotwire they pick the hotel and room for you and there is absolutely no cancellation allowed after you click. In exchange for this convenience they make the promise that you'll get a price that is lower than list price. In fact the price they will give you is so low, that the hotel's image would be hurt should people find out how low. This is a lie. Hotwire is running a scam, and they need to be held accountable.
I used to trust Hotwire's Rating. Not anymore. I ordered a 3-Star Hotel single night stay, and it was very misleading. There was a hole in the wall to the bathroom, toilet seat was not fastened, toilet paper was loose, food was spoiled, and general condition awful. Hotwire never gave a chance to review the hotel itself, so I'm posting pics here.
DON'T USE HOTWIRE when conducting Hotel business. They LIE and cheat on their advertisement, deceiving the consumer. When I called to speak with a representative I repeatedly asked to speak with a manager and he would not transfer me. Instead he hung up on me. I choose to go with Hotwire, because I was looking for a hotel for one night that accommodates pets. Once I found the cost I was looking for with the pet friendly amenities they had no price listed. I looked all over the site. Usually hotels charge $25 dollars additional. I went ahead book the hotel thinking it would show up. Nothing showed up. I assume it was included.
I called the hotel to confirm and they wanted to charge me $75.00 nonrefundable to accommodate my pet. I explain to the hotel what happen, they indicated that I needed to contact Hotwire and that's when my nightmare began. I was cheated and deceived. Hotwire will never be my preferred vendor to book hotel stay. Listen people there are other vendors that are willing to partner with you. I recommend that you stay away from Hotwire, they will cheat and steal your money! I rate this business a 5 STAR ZERO!
I booked a car for vacation and due to some business demands my arrival will be delayed. My wife, however, will arrive on time so I ask for her name be used for pick up. The CC billed is the same AMEX account with two cards. The answer: a resounding no way. After getting the run around with the first customer service rep I ask for a supervisor to which she replies "I am a supervisor". After more run around she finally connects me with someone else who claims to be a supervisor and her solution was for me to book the reservation and pay all over again.
Unacceptable so they say I will get a return call in 1 to 2 business days. I get a call today and was not able to answer and the recorded message was pretty much "sorry, you are out of luck, take your chances with the car rental company". When I tried to call the number back on caller ID it goes into a recording saying the number is only used for outgoing calls and to call the standard customer service line. Of course they cannot connect me to someone, only "escalate" the case for a call back in 1 to 2 business days. Oh boy, can't wait. NEVER AGAIN.
I should have reviewed this group of bait and switch scam artists prior to booking a rental car on a recent trip to Philadelphia to visit my terminally ill mother. It was a nightmare from start to end with Hotwire, which I later found out from the wonderful staff at Enterprise that other customers had the same problem. I will be more cautious in the future and have learned a costly lesson. Hopefully, this will never happen to anyone else. Please beware!! Never use this site for any reason!
Horrible experience. I reserved a car through Hotwire online and printed out my itinerary with confirmation and location of Hertz. When we arrived at Hertz they had no record of the Hotwire confirmation despite providing them all the info. They had no car for us to get for our trip and said even if they did they would be at a much higher rate without info in their system. When attempting to contact Hotwire on the Hertz premises each agent would keep us on hold at length only to switch us to others saying they could not get into their system due to the hurricane. We left without any car or service to rectify their error. I wrote the BBB who advocated to no avail since Hotwire would not accept any responsibility for the undue burden and when I called the Hotwire Appeals four times I never heard back and never heard back from Hertz grievance. What a disaster and we suffered by not being able to go on our trip.
I went for a visit in Portugal for tourism, so we decided to make a tour across the country so we did reservation in five different hotels. It was going a nice experience until we arrive in the last one in Lisbon. It was suppose to be a 4 star hotel, but when we got there, we just find a regular building. In a close restaurant we asked for help. They showed the entrance and say we suppose to have a code to enter there. There was no reception, no bell, nothing! I told that I didn't receive any code and the restaurant owner told that is pretty common the guest arrived and became stuck outside, so we decided to looking for another hotel, and call to the Hotwire asking for our money back!
I explained that it was not a 4 star hotel in fact it was a hostel and I too explained that we was not able to get in there because there was anyone there. A week after my complaining they respond that they talked to the hostel and the hostel said: "We contacted the hotel and they confirmed that the front desk is available between 9am to 9pm. In case the customer arrived late, they just need to call the hotel phone number to be accommodated. Please understand in order to secure our low rates, our agreement with our hotel partners is that reservations will be used as booked. For this reason, reservations cannot be changed, transferred or refunded." I replied, "explain again that there is no reception and it's crazy a 4 star hotel that I need to call to say that I arrived." So, it's a really cheap site to book a hotel, but if you get any trouble, they give a ** to you, and I'm going to sue them because of that.
I have been a big fan of Hotwire over the past few years. Up until Saturday, I could trust that the information provided in "hot rate" hotel price was accurate and that I could count on buying hotel nights that reflect the high quality of hotel that I choose to stay in. I booked a hotel in Philadelphia from the Hotwire website that claimed to have a 100% recommendation from its "verified" reviewers and the hotel had a rating of 4.5 out of 5. I was extremely disappointed when I found out that the hotel night I had purchased was a Renaissance hotel that Hotwire advertises on their website as having a 79% recommendation and a rating of 4 out of 5. That is false advertising! I then called the customer service number to receive a refund. I wouldn't purchase a hotel night with that kind of rating. Besides being extremely rude, I spoke to four of your customer service reps who made it clear that there are no circumstances in which a customer would receive a refund.
The explanation that both Carroll and Rhea gave is that the "recommendation" and "ratings" are not from Hotwire but from a different rating system exclusive to the "hot rate hotels". I asked where that information is published and apparently it is not published at all. So what Hotwire is doing is a bait and switch. They can essentially "sell" any room at any price and the customer is stuck with a crappy room based on information that only Hotwire has privy to. The recommendations and ratings are how the consumer knows the level of luxury and expectation. This system is one of the wonderful aspects of the internet sales business! I can't imagine that Hotwire will continue to capture any repeat customers by falsely advertising the level of hotel one is buying.
I just found this website to review Hotwire.com. Our experience has been awful to say the least. Their customer service is nothing but ignorant, helpless and inept. My story began on Oct 6 when Hurricane Matthew hit Florida. We had to evacuate and of course we were not alone. Hotel rooms were hard to find but we decided to get on the road anyway and try to find something west of St Augustine (our home). Called Hotwire and the person (in the Philippines) said that there was availability in Panama City. We asked her anywhere between Panama City-Panama City Beach and Pensacola. She opted for Panama City. Gave us the reservation number and phone number.
At first the phone number didn't coincide with the area code we know. We called and of course, it beeped saying we dialed the wrong number. So we checked on our phones for the Panama City near the airport Crown Plaza where we were supposed to be to find out that she booked Panama City in Panama!!! She charged us $291 for two nights and we haven't been able to get a refund. This is 20 days ago. They gave us a case number but no one is doing anything. We keep calling their call center in the Philippines - of course - and they can't even call you back or email you!! Come to find out that they are the same company as Expedia, Orbits, Travelocity, Trivago, Hotels.com, etc... This is a monopoly of travel websites that need to be investigated as they want to rip people's money and underpay their workers overseas!!! DO NOT USE THEM AGAIN. I'D RATHER CONTACT THE HOTEL DIRECTLY AND BARGAIN WITH THEM!!!
My family and I have used Hotwire over 100 times over the last 10+ years. I met some of their executives in San Francisco back in the 2005 timeframe, and I thought they had an interesting product. In the past, we've stayed in some great properties, and a few that were just OK. But we kept coming back. Late last summer, I used Hotwire to book a hotel in the Boston area. I really only needed a room to come and go from as I was attending a wedding by myself, without my family. So I thought, why not get a 2 star hotel, which in Boston at the time was still over $120 a night. The hotel turned out to be a Super 8 hotel in Weymouth, MA. I have NEVER stayed in a worse hotel in North America in my life. There was a cockroach in the bathroom. The room was so dirty, I literally thought I'd get sick. The bed was terrible. There was no internet service, even though it was advertised as free when I booked on Hotwire.
In the middle of the night, the police started banging on the door of the room right next to mine, and a woman started screaming. It was a real, live American nightmare. What happened next was even worse. I tried repeatedly to contact Hotwire's 800 number. After being on hold for over 30 minutes, I would be told that I had the wrong number. Twice I got Avis. Once I got Hotels.com. I would always check the number I called, and it was exactly the number that was on my online confirmation email. My guess is that they (probably through their parent company Expedia) have outsourced their customer service to a large Indian company, and their routing system was malfunctioning.
I went to the front desk, and was told I could cancel. But they said I had to contact Hotwire to get a refund. To this day, I have not been able to get through to someone who can help me. It is one of the worst customer service experiences I've ever had. And I've lived in Asia, Europe, and in South America as a high technology executive. I've seen it all. Hotwire IS THE WORST. My family and I have switched to Priceline and their products and services. We have been very impressed. I am now advising all of the companies that I sit on the board of to do the same. Barry Diller, you, Expedia, Hotwire, and TripAdvisor may be good at building empires. But you are TERRIBLE at keeping customers. I have sold my IAC and my Expedia stock, and am advising my friends to short both stocks.
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Hotwire is a San Francisco-based company that helps travelers find discounted rates on a wide range of services, including flights, car rentals and hotel rooms.
- Bundled services: Hotwire lets customers bundle travel services to get discounts.
- Partners: Hotwire partners with several other travel businesses, including Expedia and Hotels.com to access more deals.
- Mobile app: The iOS mobile app lets customers use Apple Pay.
- Last-minute deals: Hotwire publishes steep discounts from hotels that want to fill rooms at the last minute.
- Cancellations: Hotwire accepts cancellations for rooms at most hotels.
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