It really all depends on the occupancy agreement you signed and whether you waived or limited any of your rights to recover by signing the agreement. Further, you always have to ask yourself what specifically are your damages? If the room cost you 100 bucks and you were already refunded 25% of that amount, without further damages to yourself, family, etc., you have to wonder what the final result of suing would be. It may cause you more harm and annoyance to attempt to sue to redress any of the harm caused. If this is a hotel chain you may be able to contact corporate or send them a letter describing your experience in detail, most likely they will want to make amends with you to protect their reputation. Good luck.
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Financially?....not likely. If its about the principal and you want to hire a lawyer to address it, there are many things that can be done depending on how important it is to you. In the mean time, there are better sources of resolving this or doing something principled like writing bad reviews on review sites, using social media to bring it other consumers attention, etc.