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Monday, April 17, 2006

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m3 ds

We knew about the resort fee before we booked. We are consumers and it is our job to research such. Resort fees are popping up everywhere, folks. Is it a little shady? Yes. But get used to it because it's not going away. We were told what the resort fee covers upon check in (I'd rather have my $ back than use the offered ammenities, but alas...). Something that was a nice touch which I have not seen at other resorts in Hawaii and Palm Springs was the fact that the amount we paid for the resort fee would be credited the next time we stay at TI if booked directly through TI.

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