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Couple Claims Inn Wouldn’t Allow A Non-Religious Wedding Ceremony

We’ve heard of disputes alleging religious discrimination by businesses against customers, but often those situations involve the customer having a religious belief or view, instead of the absence of religion altogether. That’s the issue at hand in a charge leveled on behalf of a Wisconsin couple filed against an Illinois inn that they claim wouldn’t let them hold a non-religious wedding ceremony. [More]

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After Refusing A Room On Christmas Night, Hotel Decides Homeless Group Can Stay There For Free

A Delaware hotel that caught heat yesterday after reports that it had canceled room reservation booked for a group of homeless people on Christmas night, the hotel has now apologized and reversed course, saying that it will provide lodging for the group through the weekend. [More]

B&B Owners Ordered To Pay Gay Couple $4,500 For Refusing To Rent Them A Room

B&B Owners Ordered To Pay Gay Couple $4,500 For Refusing To Rent Them A Room

It’s taken three years, but the owners of a B&B are now being ordered to pay a gay couple $4,500 after refusing to rent them a room at their inn, based on the fact that the men were gay. The owners argued before a hearing with the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal in Canada that they had a constitutionally protected right to freedom of religion on their side. [More]

Orbitz Booked Me Into Hotel With No Vacancies

Orbitz Booked Me Into Hotel With No Vacancies

Andrew says Orbitz screwed up his trip to New York by booking and charging him for a room at a hotel that couldn’t honor the reservation. He arrived at the hotel at 9 p.m., but there was no room waiting for him. [More]

Fairmont Hotel Cancels Reservations After Receiving $13,000 Deposit

Fairmont Hotel Cancels Reservations After Receiving $13,000 Deposit

UPDATE: Looks like this situation has been resolved.
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128 students at Washington University in St. Louis are more than a little peeved after finding out their reservations at a Fairmont hotel in downtown Chicago had been canceled, even after the hotel had received their $13,000 deposit. [More]