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    Broke bride wants a $3,000 refund from Hilton — should I help her?

Broke bride wants a $3,000 refund from Hilton — should I help her?

Six months before getting married in her hometown of Santa Rosa, Calif., Pamela Baker-Miller made hotel arrangements for some of […]

How did 550,000 Hilton points become 55,000 Delta miles? And can you undo it, please?

When Gale Flake tries to convert his Hilton points to Delta SkyMiles, something gets lost in the translation. Can the conversion be undone?

No oceanview room – and no refund

Mary Fahy pays extra for a nonrefundable oceanview room through Expedia, but when she checks in, she’s given quarters overlooking the other side of the property. Is she owed a refund?

Are “unpublished” hotel reservations too hard to cancel?

Derek Ho's Expedia booking goes sideways, and he needs help. Can this trip be saved?

A perfect Paris vacation foiled by a flagging flap — what can I do?

It was supposed to be a special trip for Alana Pitts and her father to celebrate his birthday in Paris. They'd made reservations at the Hilton Arc De Triomphe hotel in Paris back in June, using his HHonors points, and selected a special room on the executive floor with two queen-size beds.

Unnatural disaster: What to do when your hotel doesn’t have room

The deadly storms that left large swaths of the East Coast without power just before the Fourth of July holiday provided an uncomfortable lesson to hotel guests like Ken White: Always call to confirm your reservation — especially when the place you’re visiting is reeling from a natural disaster.

A stolen West Point class ring, and all I get from my hotel is an excuse?

There's been a lot of talk about stolen property in hotels -- see last week's story on the safe removed from a Radisson room -- and today's case presents us with a similar problem.
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