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Where does the clever hotel wordplay cross the line?

The surcharged seemed like nothing to Andy Fixman -- a "trivial amount" he says. But it meant everything to him.

Vampire bugs ruined my honeymoon

Rachel Meredith’s account of her honeymoon reads like a script from a National Lampoon's Vacation movie -- minus the funny.

Is this enough compensation? They’re filming an action movie in my hotel, and it’s loud

My wife had an unusual experience this morning," writes reader Kent Schaum. "Kathy was awoken at 6 a.m. to a film crew filming an upcoming shoot-it-up thriller next door."

‘Keystroke error’ turns $289 rate into $28

Terry Capps finds a $28 a night room rate at a Westin hotel in Orlando. Turns out the hotel made a mistake, and that the real price is $289 a night. What now? Should the resort honor the original price or can it change the rate and force Capps to pay?

Deconstructing my honeymoon in Aruba

When Stefanie Rasimowicz finds out the pool at her resort hotel will be closed during her vacation, she faces the prospect of a ruined honeymoon. The hotel is apologetic, but offers her no alternative except to use another nearby pool. Can it do better? Should it?
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