Aligning California with national legislation best for consumers
SACRAMENTO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–On behalf of California’s more than 6,000 hotels and 235,000 hotel employees, the California Hotel and Lodging Association released the following statement about federal and state legislation governing hotel fees:
“We support a single national standard for hotels to disclose resort fees so our guests can simply and clearly see any costs associated with their stays,” said Lynn S. Mohrfeld, President and CEO of CHLA. “Although resort fees are no longer a common practice in California with only seven percent currently using them, fully disclosing any charges to guests should be seamless throughout the nation.”
About the California Hotel and Lodging Association
The California Hotel and Lodging Association is the leading resource and advocate for California’s more than 6,000 hotels, motels and boutique inns that employ more than 235,000 workers. CHLA, established in 1893, is the largest state lodging industry association in the nation and is a partner with the American Hotel & Lodging Association. For more information, go to www.calodging.com.