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cheapest hotel for prometric exam

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cheapest hotel for prometric exam

anyone knows a hotel or lodging in that is cheap. im only taking the prometric exam.

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1. Re: cheapest hotel for prometric exam

If you will be renting a car (which is probably a good idea if you can drive, as it will probably be around the same amount as a round-trip taxi journey and you can then use the car to visit the island afterward) - you may want to consider the Days Inn Airport Hotel South. This is part of an international chain of affordable hotels and it was recently purchased and renovated. I believe they also have car/room packages.

You can visit the hotel's website on


or call them on +1.671.472.3001. The pictures are prior to the renovation so it does look nicer now. It would take about 5-7 minutes to drive to the Prometric Testing Center from there.

Please let me know if I can be of further assistance.

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I stayed at Tamuning Hotel in Tamuning. It will be worth looking into, especially if you are a budget traveler. Their website is www.guamhotel.com, phone is 1-671-649-8646. I wrote a review for their hotel. If you are only staying for an exam, then it makes even more sense to stay there. I was there for 2 weeks and thoroughly enjoyed it. Low cost, high value, there's nothing better than that! They have wireless internet and there's a Blockbuster in the building so you can rent the latest DVDs, seeing how you're there for an exam and not vacation. Having said that, Guam's a good place to have to take an exam. It was really nice and cozy in Guam. Very laid back and friendly. Best of luck with the exam.

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