When we got home and got our credit card bill they had added another $3.25, not on the original check-out bill, for the coffee bags placed in the room.
Have you ever heard of a hotel charging for the coffee or tea that I previously thought was an amenity in the room? They certainly were not in the locked mini bar. What a bunch of cheapos! Is this a new practice of all hotels?
Oh no. No, no, no. Bad trend. Don't do this, hotels. Some of us would rather pay an extra $3.25 for WiFi than for the crappy coffee outta the auto-drip maker in the room. This is bad.
Is this, like, a thing now? Are hotels charging people for coffee in the rooms? Or is this just a special case at Barclay where, upon our last visit, we were charged $7.00 for a bottle of Evian?
If you've been charged for using the in-room coffee, talk to us about it. We will sympathize.