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    Alternative Room Reservations for DoubleTree at CJ Event
    Is $200 a night typical for the Santa Barbara area? I'm looking for an alternative hotel to the DoubleTree recommended by CJ. I'll likely stay at the DoubleTree during the event ($400 for 2 nights) but if I have to arrive a day early and/or stay a night after the event, it might save me $$$ to stay elsewhere.

    Are there any other alternate hotels where publishers/affiliates typically hang out or stay that is close by to DoubleTree?

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    Remember to figure in what it will cost you for a taxi to go to the other hotel. Know it's not $200 for a taxi, but add it on to whatever the cost of your other room would be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 7-days
    Remember to figure in what it will cost you for a taxi to go to the other hotel. Know it's not $200 for a taxi, but add it on to whatever the cost of your other room would be.
    Good point!

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    seems like regular rates at that place are $350 - $600/night so $200 doens't seem to bad

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