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Upgrade Completed; But still a work in progress!

Hello travelers!

As you can see, we upgraded our forums on Wednesday Oct 15th. We're back up and running, but we are still a work in progress! We'll be renaming things and creating an all around better experience. In the meantime, you can use the forums (the functionality is extremely similar to what you are used to). We hope to be finished tweaking things very shortly. Thank you for your patience; it is appreciated!

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Hidden Hotel Fees

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  • Hidden Hotel Fees

    Resort fees, energy surcharges, groundskeeping fees -- these days, it feels like some hotels are joining the airlines in nickel-and-diming travelers to death! Check out our roundup of hidden hotel fees below, and then tell us: what's the worst hotel fee you've ever had to pay?

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    Sarah Schlichter
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    Independent Traveler

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    Re: Hidden Hotel Fees

    On Airport Shuttles: If the hotel charges a fee, that vehicle falls into a whole new class and most likely requires a state for-hire license and federal USDOT number and operating authority. Hotels are exempt from these rules when they provide the service as a courtesy at no charge.

    This link will show all those registered as having authority to carry passengers for compensation.