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Wyndham Midtown 45 at NYC-Non Renovated Hotel Room worth it using Wyn Pts?

Carol C

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Jun 6, 2005
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I don't have alot of Wyn pts anymore, but my measly 105K can get me a so-called non-renovated hotel room in that complex. Anyone stay in one of those? Is it worth its cost in points or is it like a generic NYC hotel room...or hopefully not a bedbug haven?!!:eek: Please advise if you've used your Wyn pts to stay in one of these units...thx! :wave:


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New Jersey
Resorts Owned
Marriott Cypress Harbor
Marriott Ocean Pointe
Marriott Desert Springs Villas II
Marriott Grande Ocean
This is from my friend who owns Wyndham and stayed at the NYC location in May..

"The renovated rooms are worth staying in, the hotel rooms are not worth using points. When we stayed it cost 70,000 points for a Friday night in a one bedroom renovated suite with a full kitchen."

Hope this helps.