The Room Rates at Hilton Hotels
In July 2019, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Hilton Worldwide Holdings for allegedly operating a bait and switch pricing scheme by deceptively advertising low prices for its hotel rooms…
November 2017: Plaintiffs withdrew the motion for preliminary approval.
October 2017: A federal judge ordered the named plaintiff to provide more information about the proposed settlement agreement, including the value of the settlement and a justification for compensating the class with another certificate instead of money.
June 2017: The named plaintiff moved for preliminary approval of a proposed settlement agreement. According to its terms, class members who originally received a $200 “Spend a Night on Us” certificate will receive a new $100 certificate that can be used towards a stay at a Hilton-brand hotel, and class members who received a $100 “Spend a Night on Us” certificate will receive a new $50 certificate towards a stay at a Hilton-brand hotel.
January 2016: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Hilton Worldwide Holdings alleging that the Hilton hotel promises to give rebate certificates to individuals who attend one of its timeshare presentations when, according to plaintiffs, the hotel refuses to honor the certificates. (Plaintiffs filed an amended complaint in 2017.) (Elder et al v. Hilton Worldwide Holdings, Inc. et al, Case No. 16-cv-278, N.D. Cal.)
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