A small but growing percentage of hotels advertise room rates at a base price, but then disclose a mandatory “resort fee” for a bundle of amenities later during the reservation process. This practice is spreading to hotels outside of resort destinations, along with increases in the amount of the “resort fees” charged. Usually, the resort-fee charge is cheaper than the bundle of amenities used to cost when they were billed and paid for separately.
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Article by: Dan Prywes & Larry Kunin
Featured in HotelsMag.com, November 14, 2017
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