When I say this is a hot topic, I’m not kidding. I had to shut down the comments on this post earlier today because people just couldn’t get along. But here’s your chance to sound off in a more civilized forum: A weekend poll.
More hotels are offering nonrefundable rooms. And more guests are booking them (often without knowing it).
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When should a hotel bend its nonrefundability rules? I asked you about airlines last week. But hotels have their own unique set of circumstances.
Here are the results.