Hotelpocalypse is (almost) finally over.
E-mails with instructions about this year’s hotel waitlist – which will open on Monday, April 23 – are going out now.
Rooms from Hotelpocalpyse were allocated (supposedly, anyway) based on timestamp of when you entered the form to fill out your information, and then assigned in two groups, the last of which was this last Monday. Now, any rooms that have been returned will be opened up to a general waitlist.
Last year, only those who didn’t put down a deposit and who also requested to be placed on the waitlist were given e-mailed with waitlist instructions — so if you’ve already paid your deposit on your hotel, odds are you’re not upgrading.
On Monday, April 23, those eligible who requested to be on the waitlist will have the first opportunity to book from any remaining Comic-Con hotel inventory. On Monday, an email will be sent to those individuals, which will include the waitlist link. For those who choose to book, you’ll owe a deposit of two nights room rate plus tax, just like normal.
The waitlist sale is live inventory, and will be first come/first serve, so make sure to keep a close eye on your e-mail on Monday. No specific time for the waitlist sale has been announced, but we’ll update if that changes. UPDATE: The waitlist sale link is live: https://compass.onpeak.com/e/012604189/1#hotels
Will you be participating in the hotel waitlist sale? Are you as excited as we are that we can all stop talking about Hotelpocalypse soon? Let us know in the comments.