I have had 2 rooms at a hotel here in Denver. My son, wife an grand child in one an myself in another. The rate I was given 11 months ago was 59.00 per night per room. They are now telling me that the rate is 150.00 per night per room an I can pay that or get out. Can they do that? Another thing I have had many issues with hotel staff stealing my belongings to the point I had to put hidden cameras in my room. It was brought to the managers attention at the time and nothing was done. I have been treated like complete dirt since I have been here by all the hotel staff. I was even approached by strangers staying at the hotel telling me very vulgar things that they heard the front desk saying about me when I walked away from the front desk one day. I feel as if I've been singled out, and disgr
It depends what you agreed to with the hotel. Without seeing the agreement with the hotel, it is difficult to determine whether they can raise the rates or not.
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