If you’ve felt nickeled and dimed during a recent hotel stay, you’re not alone.
This year, U.S. hotels will collect a record-setting $2.55 billion from charging fees for things like Wi-Fi, parking, cancellations and phone calls, according to a new report from New York University researcher Bjorn Hanson. That’s a relatively small increase from last year, but it’s still the most hotels have made in fees since Hanson started keeping count in 2000.
One possible reason is that hotels are starting to charge for things that were previously free. Some are even charging guests for <a target="_blank" read more >>>
Source : HuffingtonPost.Com