Billie Mitchell on sat 23 apr 05
if any of you had room mates and stayed at the wyndam hotel please check your credit card bills... i had two room mates.. diane paid for the room and we paid her for our share... they double charged for the room.. they charged diane full price and then turned around and charged it again on my credit card.. so be aware! i have called them but they wont do anything until monday.. they can charge you on any day any time but cant correct it until monday.. thats a crock of shhhhhhhhhh............. is there anyone else out there that they did this to???? if so please contact me as i am really mad.. if they cant handle conventions correctly they shouldnt be doing it at all... i am going to also contact nceca as they should be aware of the dealing with hotels that cant get their act straight. if it was just a few bucks i wouldnt be so mad.. but your talking over $600... so they made at least 1200 off of our room.. at least so far..
Vince Pitelka on sat 23 apr 05
Those of you who stayed at the Wyndham Inner Harbor might like to hear my
story. Last April I flew up to Baltimore for the preliminary testing at
Johns Hopkins before donating bone marrow for my brother. We stayed at the
Wyndham Inner Harbor. I arrived first, and in my room, the heat and the air
conditioner were doing battle, both on full-blast, and the heat was winning.
It was at least 100 degrees in my room. They sent up an engineer right
away, and he had to turn off the heat for the whole floor in order to cool
my room. My brother and sister-in-law arrived the following day, and their
room on the same floor was still very hot, because the air conditioning
wasn't working at all. Again, they sent up an engineer, he opened up a
panel on the wall, and my brother said that the wiring inside looked like it
had been repaired fifty times by a farmer (no offense to the farmer's out
there). He got the air conditioning working again, but it broke down just
after midnight and there was no engineer available. The next morning when
we checked out my sister-in-law raised holy hell, and they dismissed all
charges except for parking. But they did so very reluctantly with a sour
disposition, and that was a mistake. They should have done so cheerfully,
but instead, they seemed like a rather bitter, spiteful bunch.
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