Resort Fee Disclosure

Class Action Lawsuit Goes After Hotels That Fail to Disclose Resort Fees - LA Times

Excerpt from LA Times

If you have ever glanced at your hotel receipt only to be stunned to see an unexpected $28 resort fee, help may be on the way.

A Studio City man has filed a class-action suit against a Las Vegas casino, claiming that the resort is guilty of false and misleading advertising for failing to clearly disclose a mandatory resort fee at the time that he booked the room.

In the lawsuit, Benjamin Brin said he booked a three-night stay at the Palazzo hotel in Las Vegas in June of last year. The booking website said he would pay a total rate of $209, excluding taxes and fees. Once he received his billing receipt, Brin learned that he was charged a “resort fee” of $28 a night.

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