2019 Resort Fee Settlement – Claim $22 or 2,200 Wyndham Rewards Points


2019 Resort Fee Class Action Settlement

A mind-blowing 6 million dollar settlement has been proposed in the class action lawsuit entitled Luca v. Wyndham Hotel Group LLC,.

Please visit www.2019resortfeesettlement.com to file a claim and learn more about the case.

In summary, class members claim they were charged deceptive resort fees when booking through the Wyndham website.

Wyndham denies any actions of wrongdoing but has agreed to settle in order to avoid further court costs.

Wyndham Hotel Resort Fee Class Action Settlement Contact

  • Luca v. Wyndham Hotel Group LLC.
  • Case No. 16-cv-746-MRH
  • Pending in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
  • Luca v. Wyndham Hotel Group LLC Settlement Administrator KCC Class Action Services LLC PO Box 43237 Providence, RI 02940-3237
  • admin@2019resortfeesettlement.com
  • 1-855-263-1090

Class members do not need to hire lawyers as they will be represented by Gary F. Lynch, Jamisen A. Etzel (CARLSON LYNCH LLP) and Joseph P. Guglielmo, Erin Green Comite, Carey Alexander (SCOTT + SCOTT LLP).

Wyndham will be represented by K. Winn Allen, Ronald K. Anguas Jr., Zachary A. Avallone (KIRKLAND & ELLIS LLP)

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Who much will class members receive?

Cash payment of $22 or 2,200 Wyndham Rewards Points.

Who should file a claim?

Cash payment of $22 or Resort guests who booked a room at a Wyndham-affiliated hotel using the company’s website, completed their stay between June 6, 2010, and Oct. 18, 2019, and paid a resort fee. Consumers must have booked their room through the Wyndham Hotel websites, guests are not eligible if they booked their stay by telephone, in person, through a third-party website such as Expedia.com, Travelocity.com, or Hotels.com, through a group booking, or any other avenue. Resort fees include any mandatory resort fee, service charge, hotel service fee, resort service fee, or facility fee. Taxes or excise payments passed onto a governmental entity or optional benefits such as parking fees do not count as resort fees under the Class definition. Wyndham Rewards Points.

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