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  • Palm Beach County settles online hotel tax fight

     
    Online travel companies, including Expedia, Orbitz, Priceline and Travelocity, have agreed to pay Palm Beach County about $1.9 million for disputed hotel "bed" taxes. County Tax Collector Anne Gannon in 2009 filed a lawsuit arguing that online travel companies
  • Blind buying made easier: How to use sites like Priceline, Hotwire

    Blind buying made easier: How to use sites like Priceline, Hotwire
    Many of you turn to "opaque" online agencies to get the very best available hotel deals. As long as you can specify the hotel's quality range and general location, if the discount is big enough, you're willing to accept the agency' selection of an...

    Seniors on the Go: Unresolved complaint? Post a gripe

    Seniors on the Go: Unresolved complaint? Post a gripe
    Travel suppliers often fail to deliver what you expect, and when you complain, they all too often ignore you or send you a canned reply. When a supplier actually fails to provide the service, engages in outright misrepresentation, or causes a monetary...

    Help, my ticket credit disappeared

    Help, my ticket credit disappeared
    Miriam Bustamonte's ticket credit with American Airlines is gone because she and her husband were "no shows" for their flight. But they canceled the tickets, didn't they? Q: We had to cancel a cruise recently because my husband needed to have surgery....

    Whose hotel reviews do you trust?

    A recent ad directed to the industry -- and maybe consumers, as well -- asks whether travelers are better off trusting hotel reviews compiled by "expert travel writers" or by ordinary travelers who may not have a clue about evaluating hotels. The ad was...