Resort fees are under scrutiny from the Federal Trade Commission according to an article in the Washington Post.
We were the first to take a stand against greedy resort fees in Beavers Bend State Park several years ago. Now, a few cabin management companies in Broken Bow have followed our lead and wave the “No Add-On Fees” flag.
Wyndham Worldwide is facing a lawsuit from customers. Consumers are sick and tired of paying needless fees. I’ve heard a plethora of feedback from Beavers Bend luxury cabin guess and they echo our sentiments…
Resort and add-on fees are wrong.
After I began writing about resort fees in Beavers Bend a few years ago, a few new terms were formed. Hot tub, incidental, cleaning…we’re due for a new fee name soon.
Here’s a quick refresher course…
- Never pay hot tub fees
- Never pay resort fees
- Never pay cleaning fees…unless you leave the cabin untidy.
- Never pay firewood fees
- Never pay incidental fees
- Never pay insurance fees
“Resort fees allow a hotel to advertise one low price but charge a much higher price to a guest when they arrive at the hotel. It is truly shameful behavior,” according to @KillResortFees.
Their website has a wealth of information for the novice to seasoned traveler.
When shopping for a luxury cabin in Broken Bow, pay attention to more than simply the advertised price. Dig through the terms and conditions and look for these unnecessary resort fees.
Summer weekend dates are full at Mountain Vista until mid-August. Limited weekdays are available in July.
Fall Foliage dates will begin filling quickly. Make your October-November Beavers Bend reservations soon. It’s one of the busiest times of the year in our area.
Thousands read our blog monthly. Contact me if there’s a topic you’d like more information on in Beavers Bend State Park. Remember, you’ll never be “dogged” with unnecessary fees at Mountain Vista!