All Melvin Miller wanted was a hotel room with two beds. And that’s exactly what he thought he had when he made a reservation at the Ramada Cumberland Downtown in Cumberland, Md., through Booking.com. “Should a “double” room have two beds? Not at the Ramada”
LeeAnn Graham thought she had made a reservation for a vacation rental on Booking.com. She thought wrong. Or did she? “No confirmation from Booking.com and no refund”
When Nikki McCollum cancels her Booking.com rental in Rome, she’s shocked to learn about a $215 cancellation fee. Did they disclose the charge — and does she have to pay?
“But no one told me about this $215 cancellation fee”
When Evalee Dahn cancels a reservation she made through Booking.com, she’s charged for it anyway. Is the company allowed to do that?
“I canceled my room, but Booking.com billed me anyway”
Dorothy Dittmar reserves a room in Paris with two twin beds. But then the hotel backs out of the deal. Does she deserve a refund?
“A little bed problem on my Booking.com reservation”