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Date Posted: 18:42:21 06/27/17 Tue
Author: Not unusual
Subject: No, that's what we have paid at most hotels in the past that don't have fridges built into rooms.
In reply to: LOL 's message, "Just called Loews hotel to inquire about fridges in the room. They said they charge $25 a night for a fridge. Thought I was hearing things. Anyone else think that's outragious." on 15:29:06 06/27/17 Tue

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  • Nope- ditto the above poster. (NT) -- Ice - ice, 19:20:24 06/27/17 Tue
  • I don't think it's normal. Stayed in several hotels that offered a fridge on a first come, first serve basis at no charge. One was the Hyatt Regency, which is known for charging for practically breathing the air. (NT) -- Dance Mom who travels, 06:04:12 06/28/17 Wed

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