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Old 12-04-2012, 04:38 PM   #1
jockotaco
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Just curious how people do a cost analysis

I looked at a studio as an equivalent to booking 1 room, even though a studio has slightly better amenities. For me a 1 bedroom is equivalent to 2 rooms. As a family of 5 we were getting 2 rooms but are comfortable in a 1 bedroom with my 2 boys sharing the sofa and my daughter on the Murphy bed, although we like a 2 bedroom. How do you value the 2 and 3 bedroom. When we did our cost analysis we tried to compare apples to apples. As we were always booking 2 rooms we used a 1 bedroom point total as our minimum cost. Just curious how others looked at it. Not fancy calculations just the nuts and bolts. I'm a pretty simplistic guy that likes deluxe resorts.
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