Class Action

Prices at Noble House Hotels & Resort Restaurants

Class Action

Prices at Noble House Hotels & Resort Restaurants

February 2019: A federal judge granted the restaurant’s motion for summary judgment concluding that menus are not advertisements. The judge also found that the restaurants adequately disclosed the surcharge and, therefore, reasonable consumers would not be misled.

2018: Plaintiffs filed an amended complaint bringing similar allegations.

2017: A class-action lawsuit was filed alleging that Noble House Hotels & Resort restaurants falsely advertise prices. The complaint, which was originally filed in state court in September and then transferred to federal court in November 2017, alleges that the restaurants mislead customers by failing to adequately disclose that the restaurants add a surcharge to the advertised menu prices of food and drinks resulting in consumers being charged more than the price listed on the menu. (Holt et al v. Noble House Hotels & Resort, LTD d/b/a Noble House Hotels & Resort, LTD. LP, Case No. 17-cv-2246, S. D. CA.)

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