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  • California Room Taxes & charges

    Can anyone tell me what the CAlifornia room taxes and charges are? I cannot find out any info on this. What is the percentage rate?






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    Re: California Room Taxes & charges

    Anaheim is 15% Room tax

    Garden Grove is 12%

    And some hotels also charge a "Resort Fee", usually around $10 a day plus Room Tax.

    Also it is common to charge for parking at some hotels, plus WiFi access, etc.

    So the rate you get quoted can go up quite a bit with all the extra charges.
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      Re: California Room Taxes & charges

      Can they change the room rate they charge at any given time? I was quoted one rate, and now the cost just went up $300.00! They kinda have you because we leave in one week, and everything is getting booked. We are right across the street from the park.





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        Re: California Room Taxes & charges

        If you didn't guarantee with a credit card, then yes, they can change the rate quoted at any time.
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