This sounds like a fraudulent business practice

Washington Post:
Critics find hotels’ hidden fees to be inhospitable

Critics find hotels’ hidden fees to be inhospitable


WONKBLOG | But chains argue they need to use fee structures to keep their room prices competitive in searches.
Their argument for the hidden fees fits the description of fraud.  If people will not buy your product or service if they know the total price, you are defrauding them when you have hidden costs.   If they were selling securities they would be in clear violation of disclosure rules.

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