Although you may be right about the way they are treating you, I do not see a legal claim based on these facts. You have the option of patronizing a different hotel.
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You should consult a local atty who handles discrimination and civil rights cases. If you can prove discrimination based upon nationality, you may have a case. You may also have a case for discrimination based upon sexual preference. NJ law needs to be reviewed to see what protections you may have there in addition to federal.
Sounds like discrimination based on national origin in a place of public accommodation (hotel), and a violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act & LAD, the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination.
You may have a case. You should seek a personal injury/discrimination attorney if you have damages that you can prove. Good luck.
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