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resolved to the customer's satisfactionResolved Travelocity — advertised 5 star hotel secret hotel - gave me 4 star
resolved to the customer's satisfaction
After searching for several days for the best price I could get a 5 star hotel for, I noticed the "Top Secret" option. It offered a 5 star hotel for $88 and a 4 star hotel on the same street for $45. I purchased the 5 star, not caring what I got as long as it was 5 star. As soon as the purchase was complete, it revealed my secret hotel and said "you are confirmed at this 4-star hotel". I just went through the process to purchase a 5-star hotel, not a 4-star. I confirmed on the main site that the hotel I got was NOT a 5 star hotel, so I called to get the error corrected in some way. Well, after speaking to the customer care representative and her supervisor, I was told that there was nothing that could be done. The purchase was final and if they cancelled the reservation, I would still be out my money. Wow!! I believe this could be called false advertising! This is not my first time purchasing hotels using this process, but it was the first time using Travelocity... and my last!