Consumers Want Accurate Resort Fees Advertised

    Many believe hotels and resorts should be required to release mandatory resort fees in advertised nightly rates, reports USA Today. In a new national poll conducted by Travelers United, it was revealed that 80 percent of the 1,100 consumers questioned would like to see resort fees included in advertised pricing in order to compare rates more accurately. The study also found that 87 percent of consumers polled would be less willing to stay at a hotel that charged a fee for activities or amenities they did not use.

    The article notes that in 2012, the Federal Trade Commission acknowledged that many hotels and resorts were not mentioning added fees, instead saying that “additional fees may apply.” For the full story, click here.

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