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Travel Advisors Act to Protect Clients From Resort Fee Surprises

Associated Press

Tourists view the water fountains at the Bellagio Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. Many Las Vegas hotels charge resort fees, and some travel advisors have been steering clients away from them. Associated Press

Skift Take: Not only are resort fees an annoyance for hotel guests, but they put the onus on travel advisors to make sure clients are aware of what their stay will actually cost. Some advisors are fighting back by steering clients toward properties that don’t charge the fees.

— Maria Lenhart

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