Here's my dilemma - I need a room for two nights next month (June):
- I'm already booked at the Best Western Plus for both nights, so definitely have a place to stay;
- I just called Bryce Canyon Lodge (BCL) and they have availability BUT we would need to switch rooms (two queen bed room one night, king bed room the second). [I've just made a fully refundable reservation to secure these nights.]
It was suggested that I keep calling back to the BCL as they may get a cancellation and thus be able to give us the same room for both nights .... but, of course, there's no guarantee.
FWIW, Bryce Canyon Lodge is also coming in marginally ($10/night) cheaper than the Best Western, which is a pleasant surprise - but cost isn't a factor here.
So now I'm double booked and conflicted - stay at the Lodge and faff around moving rooms or stay at the Best Western Plus where I'll have the same room for both nights.
What would YOU do? Are the beds at one significantly more comfortable than the beds at the other? Does time of year (June) matter? Should we be choosing one over the other because the AC is better?
Thanks in advance for any and all opinions.
(At the risk of stating the obvious, I'd like to make a decision on this a.s.a.p. so I can free up the one I don't want for someone else.)Edited: 15 May 2017, 11:12