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Every Friday, we’ll feature a photo of an unidentified hotel here, on our blog, and we want you to guess how much it costs to stay there. Leave your guess in the comments below and you could win a prize. Get the answer in your inbox by subscribing to our blog.

What’s the price of a night in the Windy City? Enter your guess in the comments, and be sure to include a valid e-mail address so we can contact you in case you win. The first person to guess closest to the price of the room without going over wins an IndependentTraveler.com travel neck pillow. Here’s the room:



Here are three hints to help you win:

-This hotel is located in the largest city in the Midwestern U.S.

-This room has a queen-size bed and a full-size bed, a private bathroom with heated floors and a jetted tub, and a sitting area with a desk.

-A hot made-to-order breakfast is included in the rates.

We’re looking for the maximum nightly price for two people as listed on the property’s Web site, excluding holidays, coupon codes or package rates. Enter your answer by Sunday night, November 13, at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time to win. We’ll contact the winner and reveal the answer on Monday.

– written by Caroline Costello

An Island Oasis Bed and BreakfastHere’s the answer to last week’s “How Much Is This Hotel?” quiz. Play along with future hotel quizzes by subscribing to our blog.

We have a winner! The correct answer to last week’s How Much Is This Hotel? contest is $189 per night. Michele Peters, whose guess of $175 was closest to the price of the room without going over, has won an IndependentTraveler.com neck pillow.

The room pictured was the King Room at an Island Oasis Bed and Breakfast in Key West, Florida. This charming mansion, which was built in the 1930′s, is nestled among palm trees and tropical gardens in the center of town. At an Island Oasis, location is key. Duval Street and the beach are just a short walk from the property. Read more about an Island Oasis Bed and Breakfast in Key West Weekend Getaways.

Check back this Friday for another shot at winning a prize.

– written by Caroline Costello

Every Friday, we’ll feature a photo of an unidentified hotel here, on our blog, and we want you to guess how much it costs to stay there. Leave your guess in the comments below and you could win a prize. Get the answer in your inbox by subscribing to our blog.

What’s the price of a hotel room in tropical paradise? Enter your guess in the comments, and be sure to include a valid e-mail address so we can contact you in case you win. The first person to guess closest to the price of the room without going over wins an IndependentTraveler.com travel neck pillow. Here’s the room:



Here are three little hints to help you win:

-This hotel is located about a block from the ocean in a popular South Florida beach destination.

-This room features a king-size bed, a sitting area and free Wi-Fi.

-This property has an outdoor pool, and breakfast is included in the rates.

We’re looking for the maximum nightly price for two people as listed on the property’s Web site, excluding holidays, coupon codes or package rates. Enter your answer by Sunday night, November 6, at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time to win. We’ll contact the winner and reveal the answer on Monday.

– written by Caroline Costello

Harbor House Bed and BreakfastHere’s the answer to last week’s “How Much Is This Hotel?” quiz. Play along with future hotel quizzes by subscribing to our blog.

We have a winner! The correct answer to last week’s How Much Is This Hotel? contest is $199 per night. Nancy James, who was the first person to guess correctly, has won an IndependentTraveler.com neck pillow.

The room pictured was the Sea Cloud Room at the Harbor House Bed and Breakfast in Georgetown, South Carolina. This historic 18th-century inn sits on a bluff overlooking Winyah Bay — and several rooms have pretty water views. Read more about the Harbor House B&B in Myrtle Beach Weekend Getaways.

Check back this Friday for another shot at winning a prize.

– written by Caroline Costello

Every Friday, we’ll feature a photo of an unidentified hotel here, on our blog, and we want you to guess how much it costs to stay there. Leave your guess in the comments below and you could win a prize. Get the answer in your inbox by subscribing to our blog.

What’s the price of a stay in a Southern B&B near the water? Enter your guess in the comments, and be sure to include a valid e-mail address so we can contact you in case you win. The first person to guess closest to the price of the room without going over wins an IndependentTraveler.com travel neck pillow. Here’s the room:



Here are three little hints to help you win:

-This historic inn, which was built in the 18th century, overlooks Winyah Bay.

-This room features a king-size bed, a sitting area and a view of the bay. A complimentary breakfast is included in the rates.

-This property is located in one of the oldest cities in South Carolina.

We’re looking for the maximum nightly price for two people as listed on the property’s Web site, excluding holidays, coupon codes or package rates. Enter your answer by Sunday night, October 30, at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time to win. We’ll contact the winner and reveal the answer on Monday.

– written by Caroline Costello

Victorian HotelHere’s the answer to last week’s “How Much Is This Hotel?” quiz. Play along with future hotel quizzes by subscribing to our blog.

We have a winner! The correct answer to last week’s How Much Is This Hotel? contest is $99 CAD. Dorinda, who got the answer right on the nose, has won an IndependentTraveler.com T-shirt.

The room pictured was an economy guestroom with one double bed at the Victorian Hotel in downtown Vancouver. This boutique property is just a few minutes’ walk from lots of popular Vancouver attractions, including the Convention Centre, the Robson Shopping District and Rogers Sports Arena. While the hotel offers budget accommodations with rooms starting at $99 CAD per night (about $98 as of this posting), luxury guestrooms featuring pillow-top beds and marble bathrooms are also available (prices range from $139 CAD to $189 CAD per night). Read more about the Victorian Hotel in Vancouver Essentials.

Check back this Friday for another shot at winning a prize.

– written by Caroline Costello

Every Friday, we’ll feature a photo of an unidentified hotel here, on our blog, and we want you to guess how much it costs to stay there. Leave your guess in the comments below and you could win a prize. Get the answer in your inbox by subscribing to our blog.

What’s the price of a night in a coastal Canadian metropolis? Enter your guess in Canadian dollars in the comments, and be sure to include a valid e-mail address so we can contact you in case you win. The first person to guess closest to the price of the room without going over wins an IndependentTraveler.com T-shirt. Here’s the room:



Here are three little hints to help you win:

-This room has one double bed, hardwood floors, free Wi-Fi, an iPod docking station and a private bathroom.

-This historic hotel dates back to the 19th century.

-This property is centrally located in Canada’s third most populous city.

We’re looking for the maximum nightly price in CAD for two people as listed on the property’s Web site, excluding holidays, coupon codes or package rates. Enter your answer by Sunday night, October 23, at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time to win. We’ll contact the winner and reveal the answer on Monday.

– written by Caroline Costello

Prescott Pines InnHere’s the answer to last week’s “How Much Is This Hotel?” quiz. Play along with future hotel quizzes by subscribing to our blog.

We have a winner! The correct answer to last week’s How Much Is This Hotel? contest is $300. Dale, who hit the bullseye, has won an IndependentTraveler.com T-shirt.

The room pictured was the lodge (also known as the chalet) at Prescott Pines Inn in Prescott, Arizona. This Victorian B&B is conveniently located near a number of natural attractions, from the Grand Canyon (a two-hour drive away) to Prescott National Forest (a stone’s throw away). Guests who stay in the self-catering lodge can cook their own meals in a full kitchen, watch movies from the B&B’s DVD library or hike through the surrounding countryside. Read more about the Prescott Pines Inn in Weekend Getaways Under $500.

Check back this Friday for another shot at winning a prize.

– written by Caroline Costello

Every Friday, we’ll feature a photo of an unidentified hotel here, on our blog, and we want you to guess how much it costs to stay there. Leave your guess in the comments below and you could win a prize. Get the answer in your inbox by subscribing to our blog.

What’s the price of a night in a rustic Southwestern lodge? Enter your guess in the comments, and be sure to include a valid e-mail address so we can contact you in case you win. The first person to guess closest to the price of the room without going over wins an IndependentTraveler.com T-shirt. Here’s the room:



Here are three little hints to help you win:

-This private lodge, which sleeps up to 11 people, is located on the grounds of a Victorian B&B.

-This lodge has three bedrooms, a full kitchen, two bathrooms, a fireplace and a private deck.

-This property is located near Prescott National Forest.

We’re looking for the maximum nightly price for two people as listed on the property’s Web site, excluding holidays, coupon codes or package rates. Enter your answer by Sunday night, October 16, at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time to win. We’ll contact the winner and reveal the answer on Monday.

– written by Caroline Costello

Bernadine's stillman inn galenaHere’s the answer to last week’s “How Much Is This Hotel?” quiz. Play along with future hotel quizzes by subscribing to our blog.

We have a winner! The correct answer to last week’s How Much Is This Hotel? contest is $275. Justin, who guessed correctly, has won an IndependentTraveler.com T-shirt.

The room pictured was the Honeymoon Suite at Bernadine’s Stillman Inn in Galena, Illinois. The highlight of this spacious suite, which features a living room and two working fireplaces, is a private deck that overlooks the inn’s front courtyard. Bernadine’s Stillman Inn is an excellent B&B choice for history buffs visiting Galena, as the property is located right next to the former home of President Ulysses S. Grant. Read more about Bernadine’s Stillman Inn in Galena Weekend Getaways.

Check back this Friday for another shot at winning a prize.

– written by Caroline Costello